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3 mistakes people make when starting a new job

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3 mistakes people make when starting a new job

Entering a new role is a daunting prospect, even for the most seasoned execs. Taking on a whole new load of responsibilities, as well as a new team of people is always tricky to master at the early stage; however, it’s not impossible.

On the other hand, execs may head into their role like a bull in a china shop, in a bid to assert their position and propose new changes and ideas to improve the workforce for the better. This is just one of the common mistakes execs can be guilty of making when joining a new role.

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