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There are three key elements to a successful transition to a new role. The facts weigh in favor of the people who leverage a transition and see it as an opportunity. Whether the transition is a promotion, a reassignment, or a career choice, identifying the three elements improves the chance of a career win-win.
It is important to approach the new assignment in steps and have a plan to "learn" the job. In his book, The First Ninety Days, Michael Watkins outlines steps that a new leader needs to take to be successful.
In the current business environment, transitions to new roles and assignments can happen quickly and sometimes unexpectedly. Having a plan on how to approach the situation works for everyone.
Why should you attend:
A career is no longer a linear and predictable path. Everyone experiences a role change that may be a challenge. A new role can be a promotion, a career change, or a reassignment. Instead of a knee jerk reaction to the "new" opportunity, learn how to successfully transition and leverage your strengths.
Areas Covered in the Session:
The three key elements are:
Who Will Benefit:
- Adopt an inner winner mindset
- Characteristics of inner winners
- Sharpening your emotional intelligence
- Don’t step on your own toes
- Take time to self-promote your brand
- Assess the new position
- What technical knowledge is needed?
- Understand how it fits into the organizational structure and process flows
- Meet key people
- Promote your brand
- Develop a 3 month and 6 month Plan
- Uncover the "informal organization chart" and the road blocs
- Identify your stakeholders
- Align your "team" and build your strategy
- Individual Contributors
- High Potentials
- Baby Boomers
Valerie Pelan has been consulting and providing Executive coaching for over 10 years.
She provides her corporate clients with a strategic and global perspective that combines her business experience working in Fortune 100 companies and her experience as an entrepreneur. As President of Integrated Focus, she provides leadership coaching to leaders and high potentials: her areas of expertise are executive presence, career transitioning and leading change.
She works with the owners and executive teams in mid-sized companies providing Strategic Planning and communication skills.
Valerie was featured in Jan. 2009 Dallas Business Journal. Her clients agree she provides a strategic perspective on leadership and team dynamics that improves performance and positively impacts business results.
Valerie’s 20+ years in Fortune 100 companies included strategic organizations such as product management, competitive and financial analysis, regulatory affairs and service implementation.
Valerie has worked with C suite leaders to VP and business owners and their executive teams. She is certified by the global standards organization, ICF and mentors and assesses coaches as part of their coaching certification. She is certified in over 15 assessments giving her flexibility and adaptability to work in various organizational cultures: MBTI - Myers Briggs, DISC, Extraordinary Leader 360, MLQ 360, Lominger Voices 360, Hogan Inventories, Winslow Behavioral Profile, and Conflict Dynamics Profile.
Valerie has been a leader in the community and continues to serve on non-profit Boards. She speaks at National and global conferences on Coaching, leadership, and Communication skills. She has MBA in Economics and is an adjunct professor at University of Dallas College MBA program in the College of Business.