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Leading Effectively When You Inherit a Mess
Sree Vijaykumar
Sree Vijaykumar
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Leading Effectively When You Inherit a Mess
A 10-year longitudinal study on executive transitions that Navalent conducted found that more than 50% of executives who inherit a mess fail within their first 18 months on the job. They also uncovered numerous landmines for leaders in this situation. And, with the best of intentions, many CEOs step on a number of them. When a leader inherits a mess created by others, especially when arriving as an outsider, the situation can feel fragile and knowing where to begin the long journey of change can feel precarious. There are six things the most effective leaders do to avoid failing in a new role. Read more

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