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INTEGRATION COACHING FOR LEADERS

Optimum Talent has developed a coaching model that calls upon all partners into making it easier to integrate a leader into his or her new role within a new company.


When taking on a new role, managers are expected to do so successfully and to immerse themselves into their new environment and with their new colleagues with ease. This critical period of adaptation, which is simultaneously strategic, cultural and functional, is generally referred to as “integration.”

“Recent studies show that some 40% of managers will leave the company from 12 to 18 months after they take on a new position.”

The major reason explaining this lack of success in the manager’s new position is that they often feel that they’re left to fend for themselves, while they must:

  • identify the territory around them;
  • put their action plan into place; and
  • break resistance, while forging trust and building relationships.

The direct and indirect costs generated by a manager’s departure can reach three times the latter’s total remuneration, and can involve:

  • a loss of business opportunities;
  • reduced productivity;
  • substandard efficiency;
  • the need to recruit a new manager; and
  • employee demoralization

INTEGRATION COACHING PROCESS

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