How Griffin set the stage for his own ouster as CEO
George Bradt share his perspective in Human Resource Planning Society’s “People and Strategy”
A new leader may well find himself in a corporate “hot landing,” What are some of the strategies that could help?
Interview with George Bradt on the importance of onboarding.
A first-time leader? Here’s how to keep others happy
New on the Job? How to manage your supporters and detractors.
Bullish on Books: New on the Job? New Book Offers 100-day Action Plan
Post on The New Leader’s 100-Day Action Plan
Click to Read George Bradt’s posts on the Huffington Post
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
Lauren Weber’s interviews George Bradt on how to take advantage of the time between accepting and starting a new job.
Acclimating Newcomers to the Office
Jane Porter’s article on acclimating includes comments from George Bradt about the importance of relationships formed early.
Michael Skapinker’s article arguing a different point of view from that expressed in “The New Leader’s 100-Day Action Plan”. (Though he does seem to agree with more than he disagrees with.)
Top 100 Influencers –
John Sumser’s excellent series on RecruitingBlogs.com profiles Onboarding leader George Bradt
Analyzing Cultural Fit
George Bradt’s article on the BRAVE tool to help HR executives assess cultural fit.
The Value of Adaptive Leadership
BCG suggests adaptive leadership generally trumps more directive leadership. George Bradt generally agrees – but not in all cases in this article by Lin Grensing-Pophal
Read Will Flamme’s article ion the launch of Onboarding: How to Get your New Employees Up to Speed in Half the Time and The Three Stages of a Hiring Manager, Buying and Selling at the Same Time, and Orientation is Not Onboarding.
Onboarding Done Better
Read Lou Dubois’ article in Inc. on “How to Set Goals For New Employees“. Has some good ideas in it about the importance of different types of goals and about aligning goals.
Read Lou Dubois’ article in Inc. on “How to Make an Employee’s First 90 Days Successful“. Has some good ideas in it. (Note he misquoted me on the 40% failure rate. It’s at 18 months, not 8 and is based on a study by Heidrick & Struggles of 20,000 searches.)
The Only Three Interview Questions You’ll Ever Need – The Independent’s Tim Walker discusses George Bradt’s Forbes article on interviewing
16 things small businesses can do differently (and better)
Why CEO Candidates Shouldn’t Even Take An Interview With JC Penney
Mitigating Risk in Your New Position – Jayme Check
Executive Onboarding – The Unwritten Rules of Success
Barbara Kaufman makes the case for universities to adopt a systematic onboarding process to welcome and integrate newly appointed administrators.
Blogging about Business
An Interview with George Bradt (Comprehensive)
Sacramento Business Journal
How to cope with losing a key employee – Elaine Goodman (quoting George Bradt)
“They must, must, must buy into the values, or they are a problem from Day One,” Bradt said. “Everybody better be paddling the same direction, or the boat is going to flip.”
Why More Marketers Are Taking The CEO Reins
Read Thomas Yang’s thoughts on this trend.
Total Picture Radio
Interview with George Bradt on his Forbes articles re: The New Leader’s Playbook
Plus an interview on the basics of onboarding re: The New Leader’s 100-Day Action Plan.
Plus, an interview on the crucial partnership between hiring managers and new employees re: Onboarding book.
George Bradt, shares insights, proven solutions, and cutting-edge techniques for successfully transitioning into a new role whether you are a first-time leader or seasoned professional.
“a great interview with priceless advice and “must listen/must read” content for anyone approaching a start-up situation.”
BFM 89.9 Malaysia
Raise Your Game – The New Leader’s 100-Day Action Plan
George Bradt shares with BizTalk Host Jim Lobaito the proven process for accommodating, assimilating, and accelerating new employees up to speed in half the time.
Power Lunch: TV Segment On What New JC Penney Ullman Should Do In His First 100-Days
Does the world need JC Penney?