Every industry has found success in one way or another through individual processes and protocols. But how does one go about bringing in an entirely new executive with a different mindset, ideas, and work value construct while still maintaining a strong atmosphere?
Most importantly, get a head start and begin creating a list of expectations of the work that needs to be done. Prepare for a winning mindset by having a plan in place that will properly onboard any new executive or employee. Take advantage of the first 100 days of the job by relying on an action plan that integrates the mission and vision for the company.
Communicate with the new hire. While there may be a lot of information to give and for the executive to retain, stress the importance and the goal of the successful atmosphere that has been built. If you are unable to communicate the desires for the position, when something does occur, a rushed reaction may result, leading to chaos. Plan out what needs to be completed and effectively communicate the goals.
Build a team centered on success. Identify key members that will be an asset to the role and allow them to grow, learn and evolve with the new executive hire. A team built on trust and compatibility has all of the makings to continue a successful pattern of business. The most effective practices come from a collaborative team environment to ensure the companies strategic and operational initiatives are met with a successful team!