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When new leaders join established organizations, the transition can sometimes feel uneasy. There's a melding of new and old ideas, but there can also be an undercurrent of uncertainty and resentment. It is rarely intentional or malicious, but protecting what we've built is human nature, and new shared experiences must be created. A transition team, including an objective third party, can help ensure those undercurrents don't become a riptide. They can assist in establishing open communication, role clarity, and expectations for all involved. When done well, they aim to prevent a divide between new and old and build relationships where trust and growth will follow. The best leadership teams combine the strengths of the full team.


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