The first 100 days in the new job. Puppies protection?! Not even close! The time given to new employees to establish themselves in a new job is getting shorter and shorter. Regardless of whether it is an internal or an external job change. Dynamics. Complexity. Pressure.
Onboarding is gaining importance.
To deal with the new area of responsibility, to understand own strengths and weaknesses, to define your own goals not only makes a lot of sense but furthermore contributes enormously to you being able to handle the pressure positively. Often onboarding takes place on the new job and threatens to sink in the new daily routine. Why not start early with onboarding – pre job instead of on the job.
No climber approaches a new wall without having fully thought it through in advance(!). Because if he climbs the wrong way, it could be difficult, at least uncomfortable or even dangerous. Be prepared for eventualities, for new situations; get to know yourself and be able to evaluate your possibilities realistically. Reflect on everything in advance before the new job dynamics takes hold. And this will happen faster than you think.
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