Stamford, CT (PRWEB) September 17, 2008
PrimeGenesis (http://www.primegenesis.com), the leading executive onboarding and transition acceleration group serving senior leaders taking on particularly complex or high-stakes situations released a white paper today that shares key learning from its executive onboarding practice about how to succeed in a new leadership role.
Titled "Succeed in Your New Leadership Role," the white paper identifies what a new leader should do to: get a head start in a new role before day one; take control of first impressions with a personal leadership message; connect people to enable and inspire; and create a powerful team imperative at the right time to drive better results faster.
"In today's business climate, new leaders in all industries and sectors have very little time to deliver significant results," said George Bradt, managing director of PrimeGenesis and author of The New Leader's 100-Day Action Plan (2006 John Wiley & Sons, Inc.). "We have onboarded hundreds of executives in every imaginable situation. Our experience reveals specific actions new leaders must take to succeed. For instance, we know that new leaders who enter on day one with a well-researched and structured plan buy valuable time and stack the odds in their favor. We wrote this white paper to help as many new leaders as possible improve their chances of success."
The free white paper is available at http://www.primegenesis.com/downloadwp.html.
Founded in 2002, PrimeGenesis is the leading executive onboarding and transition acceleration group serving senior leaders and teams taking on particularly complex or high-stakes situations. PrimeGenesis helps new leaders develop high-performing teams in the first 100 days and drives leader and team to deliver the kind of results that are essential to success. Its expert specialists have senior line management and organizational development experience with leading companies throughout the world and are based in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Cincinnati and London. For more information about PrimeGenesis and its services, visit http://www.primegenesis.com or call (203) 325-1367.