After the first six months in a new leadership role – which often feels more like a sprint than a marathon – it’s time to hit your stride, says CIO Ed Marx, who provides guidance on everything from remaining visible to managing up.
The first three months of a new role should be spent learning the culture, establishing relationships, converting quick wins, and building your team, says CIO Ed Marx, who talks about how he hopes to do that.
After the first month in a new role, what should leaders be doing – and not doing – to make sure they’re getting off on the right foot? CIO Ed Marx talks about this pivotal time period and offers advice based on his own experience.
One of the most important tasks of a new leader? Embarking on a “listening tour,” says Ed Marx, which can go a long way toward understanding customer needs and identifying objectives.
From going in rested to holding meetings before your actual start date, there are several steps that can help ease the transition to a new leadership role, says CIO Ed Marx.