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'Onboarding': Crucial Feedback for Executive HiresPosted by Anonymous
and step forward onto the right path before you get stuck in a routine or on a path that’s destructive to your team and to the company. Typically the information about your success as a new executive is obtained through polling the organization about your ability to fulfill your objectives. Current research suggests that nearly 40% of newly hired executives fail within the first 18 months. To pass the onboarding test and to find immediate success upon the start of a new role, it’s best that you begin by building bridges with new colleagues even before starting the role. First impressions are made immediately, so having favor is the eyes of the team is a crucial factor to success. Authenticity and a desire to get to know the team will lend to establishing a foundation of trust and will enable people to get to know your style and commitment to excellence within the team. A company’s commitment to onboarding is important both for the company and for the executive and should not be overlooked but should be considered a key to success.
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