The initial years are critical. Coming fresh from a B-School and joining a corporate that has its own unique working philosophy, the young manager can find it difficult to perform when his values are not aligned with the standards the organization professes to follow. Consequently, this leads to lack of motivation and inefficiency with regards to the current responsibilities.
The new world is deeply-connected. Keeps getting smaller. Roles and profiles can merge and change paths frequently. It's important to be aware of one's place in this complex structure.
Majority of career crisis & frequent job changes have their roots during the first three years after one graduates. Understanding the fundamentals, accepting the realities and building the right strategies is essential.
Easier to change oneself in the first three years than the later part of one’s career. Imperative to set strong foundations that help you tide over storms over the years
Becoming a leader doesn't work in isolation. Strong support gives you objective view and honest feedback helping you realize your vision. As self-evolution is a life-long process, so is the relationship with a coach.
Always pays to be in sync with reality – how the real world works. Significant to be self-aware and build the ability of reflection.