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Accelerate Business Performance During Critical Leadership Transitions

Get done in 100 days what normally takes 6-12 months

95% of PrimeGenesis clients succeed

40% of new leaders fail

For executive leaders taking on new roles, the PrimeGenesis 100-Day Action Plan process prepares leaders before the start, speeds up assimilation, sets direction, builds the team, accelerates momentum, and delivers results.

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80% of M&A fails to boost returns

For leaders integrating teams post acquisition or re-organization, the PrimeGenesis 100 Day Action Plan process gets all players on board with the change and accelerates achievement of cultural and business integration goals.

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70% of transformations fall short

For executives leading through a strategic point of inflection or reinvigorating a stalled team, PrimeGenesis programs define the from-to challenge, kickstart a change process and deliver results that stick.

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What Our Clients Say

Somewhere right now, there is a first time CEO out there, not working with

PrimeGenesis, not following their 100-Day Action Plan, and I am worried for them.

 

Jan Mathiesen, CEO Atrenne Integrated Solutions

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Featured Books and Blog Posts

Why Closure Is So Important For Moving On After Losing A Job

Why Closure Is So Important For Moving On After Losing A Job

We’ve heard it a million times in a million different ways. You can’t embrace the future with one foot stuck in the past. You can’t go forward if you’re looking in the rearview mirror. You can’t solve problems with the same thinking that created the problems in the first place. The common theme is about the need to close out one chapter in order to embrace the next one.

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