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Generally, your most important work relationship is with your bosses. Going into a new role, the sooner you can figure out how to work with your new boss, the better. How they react to the plan you prepare to guide what you do before and through your first 100-days tells you whether they intend to control you, let you run free, or partner with you.

A fundamental premise of this article is that, as an executive onboarding into a new role, you are going to create a 100-day action plan per the eight essential steps of executive onboarding.

Then, the first thing you should do with your 100-day action plan is to share it with your new boss.

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