Right from the Start: Taking Charge In A New Leadership Role by Dan CiampaRight from the Start: Taking Charge In A New Leadership Role by Dan Ciampa

Right from the Start: Taking Charge In A New Leadership Role

byDan Ciampa, Michael Watkins

Paperback | March 1, 2005

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Whether you are succeeding a much-admired boss or charged with implementing sweeping, potentially unsettling change initiatives, a new role is fraught with obstacles. To ensure that your first steps in a new job will lead to enduring success, "Right from the Start" lays out an action-oriented framework to follow during the early months of a transition. Dan Ciampa and Michael D. Watkins prepare you for the often-treacherous task of navigating an organization's strategy, politics, and culture so that you can smoothly and effectively get to work on your new agenda. "Right from the Start" combines this tactical advice with absorbing profiles of CEOs, COOs, and EVPs who candidly discuss their experiences - the successes and the failures - with transitioning to a new leadership role.
Dan Ciampais an adviser to leaders moving into new positions and on creating a culture that sustains new technology and operational improvements.Michael D. Watkinsis a cofounder of Genesis Advisers, a leadership development consultancy that specializes in the design of onboarding and transition acceleration solutions, workshops, and co...
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Title:Right from the Start: Taking Charge In A New Leadership RoleFormat:PaperbackDimensions:336 pages, 8.3 × 5.5 × 0.94 inPublished:March 1, 2005Publisher:Harvard Business Review PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1591397928

ISBN - 13:9781591397922

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Really Salient Advice Ciampa and Watkins do an excellent job of communicating lessons learned through deep research with new executives about what worked and what didn't as they transitioned to new roles and new companies. They present a very logical, phased approach to managing your transition to a new role, a process which they advise starts during the interview/courting phase. They use many examples throughout the book, which both illustrate their points and make for an interesting read. I have skimmed other "first 90 day" books which, while useful, seem much more tactical in their recommendations. I will absolutely have a much more strategic approach to my next corporate entry thanks to this book.
Date published: 2007-10-17