90 Day Plan for New Manager: 8 Things To Include

Eric Mochnacz
May 1, 2022

Eric Mochnacz was recently quoted in an article published by Terkel on the importance of including regular feedback from the supervisor and team through regular checkins when onboarding new managers.

Any successful onboarding should occur over the span of 90 days, with regular check-ins for a new manager on their 30, 60, and 90 day anniversary. The new manager should also be encouraged to have regular check-ins with their direct reports so those individuals can give feedback to their new manager, and can identify strengths and areas of improvement they need to focus on as they integrate into the organization.

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