Profiles of new manager onboarding programs

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    The lack of established habits means that first-time managers have a unique opportunity to learn and develop leadership best practices, but reality falls short of this ideal. Data shows that 51% of new managers feel unprepared for their first role and, unsurprisingly, 60% of them underperform or fail within two years. It is clear that better training early in their tenure is necessary, but what that onboarding program should look like is less clear.

    This publication presents case studies examining how each organization’s responses to the four questions below impacted new manager onboarding program design.

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