First, she turns her attention to how new executives can find the right company fit, craft 30, 60, 90-day plans that give you a boost, and get the whole team bought into your vision.
Next, she puts on her talent development hat, sharing how founders can hone an eye for spotting and recruiting the best external talent, while building up a stable of internal leaders. Finally, she takes us inside the board room and dives into the healthy habits that any startup can borrow.
Whether you're a founder, executive or board member looking to sharpen up your skills — or someone who wants to step into these same shoes someday — it's a must-read. Raimondi's clearly crystallized the lessons and stumbles from each chapter of her career, with a healthy dose of modesty. “Great leaders and executives have enough humility to recognize, ‘I was on a rocket ship, and these are the mistakes I made on that rocket ship that I wouldn’t do again,” she says.
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