The First 100 Days

According to a study, 40% of directors and vice-presidents are dismissed or voluntarily leave within 18 months of their appointment.

The first few months are critical for onboarding executives.
During this period, we invite them to create momentum, earn people’s trust, reach consensus and establish the conditions for sustainable results.

Why 100 days?
The term dates back to 1815 when Napoleon, in 100 days, returned to power, went to war and was defeated. Since that time, the "first 100 days" is considered a sufficient period to evaluate the potential of leaders.