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Executive Onboarding: Manage Through the Stages of Onboarding, From Before the First Contact Well Past the First 100 Days

Thursday, April 18, 2013 11:00am - 12:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: George Bradt, Prime genesis

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Leadership transitions are some of the toughest challenges people face–professionally and personally. Nearly half of new leaders fail in their first 18 months. Often, those failures are the result of crucial mistakes made in the very beginning that can be devastating for organizations and leaders alike. The business world is changing rapidly; we’re all new leaders all the time, and must treat the next 100 days as the first 100 days of the rest of our careers.

Learn how you can take charge, build or rebuild your team, and deliver better results faster than anyone thought possible--and how you can coach others to do the same. To that end, this conversation focuses on how to leverage three ideas to complete in your first or next 100 days--what would normally take six to 12 months.


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George Bradt
George Bradt

Prime genesis

George Bradt has a unique perspective on transformational leadership based on his experience as a business leader, consultant, and journalist. He progressed through sales, marketing, and general management roles around the world at companies including Unilever, Procter & Gamble, Coca-Cola, and J.D. Power’s Power Information Network spin-off as chief executive. Now he is a principal of CEO Connection and managing director of the executive onboarding group PrimeGenesis.

George is a graduate of Harvard and Wharton (MBA), co-author of four books on onboarding, including The New Leader’s 100-Day Action Plan, and co-author of a weekly column on Forbes.com, The New Leader’s Playbook.


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