If you are starting a new middle or senior leadership role, Ben Solly recommends having a 100-day plan to help you hit the ground running

If your new role involves a leadership responsibility, it is always advisable to have a plan, especially if you are starting at a new school.

Moving into a leadership position, whether it is part of a middle or senior leadership team brings with it significant responsibility and it is critical to making a positive start.

I was advised several years ago that constructing a 100-day plan is an effective way to prepare for a new role in a new school. Since then I’ve taken it through several iterations and I’ve arrived at a format that I now use whenever I have taken on a new responsibility.

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