When executives take on new leadership positions, their ability to be effective is assumed. That is why they are appointed in the first place. But competence alone is not enough for optimal results. Thriving in a new managerial role requires setting the stage for success, winning over key colleagues, communicating according to a plan and listening to those affected by the change.
Authors: David García, Guido Stein
Source: IESE Insight
Subjects: Career / Employment, Management, Organizational Behavior