George’s predecessor had burned a blue flame i.e. started well but ended up being asked to leave as he hadn’t understood the organisation’s needs.
There were high expectations from the upper levels of the organisation that George would be more successful. However, at the local level, his new direct reports were burned by their previous experience and harboured grave concerns that George might replicate the actions of his predecessor.
George’s coach suggested in his preparation that he consider six key areas. Read more…