New Leaders need knowledge, relationships and feedback to drive alignment and success. Relationships are usually the most important of the three factors, as they are also the gateway to gaining knowledge acquisitions and feedback. New Leaders often fail to adequately invest in these three areas, either because they are time-constrained, overly focused on driving results, or under-estimate the importance of knowledge, relationships and feedback.
Here are some of the pain points New Leaders experience when they don’t create access to one or more of these success factors.
A Sampling of Pain Points New Leaders May Face
|Actions misaligned with strategic direction||Struggle with navigating the culture|
|Myopic view of competitive climate|
|Acting without input or support||Priorities clash with others' efforts|
|Difficulty accessing needed resources|
|Create active resistance from team and others||Confused by complexity and interrelationships|
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