Your goal is to analyze your
current situation and desired goals for your new position.
In other words, determine your plan for your
first 100 days in the job.
Here's the process:
• Define the current “as is” environment
of your new job and your vision for the “to be” environment
as you will create it based on your ability.
• What are the key plans of action that you
will employ to create the type of environment that
will allow you to be objectively viewed as a good leader?
• Define in detail, your plans, actions and
the milestone events that will fulfill your leadership
vision through meeting defined goals and objectives.
• Define the leadership styles and the methods
you will employ to create your leadership environment.
• What strengths, weaknesses, obstacles and
threats will you most likely have to define, take advantage
of or overcome? What strategies will you employ to
understand, deal with and overcome the challenges you
• What metrics have you created that will objectively
measure the results of your first 100 days so that
you and others can objectively review your success
• When the 100 days are complete, describe what
your job (organization) looks like and how you will
be monitoring as well as maintaining its progress to
insure future success.
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