Presidential Leadership Lessons from FDR’s First 100 Days | Thomas Fox – The Harmony of Harmony

first 100 days. Franklin D Roosevelt’s first time period is the standard by which all different presidents are measured during their first days on the job. Why? Why? That’s because FDR not only hit rock bottom but also gave legal directives that changed the shape of America for years to come. Although the very first thing he did was declare a public holiday to avoid wasting the national banking system, he passed vital laws to halt the results of the Nice Despair. These payments included the Federal Agricultural Adaptation Act.

first 100 days. Franklin D Roosevelt’s first time period is the standard by which all different presidents are measured during their first days on the job. Why? Why? That’s because FDR not only hit rock bottom but also gave legal directives that changed the shape of America for years to come. Although the very first thing he did was declare a public holiday to avoid wasting the national banking system, he passed vital laws to halt the results of the Nice Despair. These payments included the Agricultural Adaptation Act, the Federal Emergency Aid Administration, the Civil Safety Corps, and the Nationwide Industrial Enchancment Act. He also enacted the Lending Reality and Glass-Steagall Legal guidelines to help regulate the stock market, the collapse of which was a harbinger of a financial downturn. While these actions did not change the course of great despair, they did give people hope as nothing less than FDR seemed to be doing something to combat the financial disaster.

Finally, think about the ability to secure a whole new place as a chief compliance officer in the compliance space. Every company believes in being and doing business ethically, but what are some things you can do in your first 100 days? Hopefully you won’t fall into such a dire corporate situation as FDR faced in the United States in 1933, but the fact is that many new leaders are still being judged in those legendary first 100 days.

One of the many obvious issues that can guarantee success in the corporate world is having a relationship with your boss. It’s best to have vital conversations about expectations, type of work, sources, and private development. To facilitate these discussions, the following factors were raised:

1. There is no point in trashing the current compliance program.

2. You may want to lead discussions with your boss.

3. Your boss is looking for an answer, not a problem.

4. Your boss doesn’t like reviewing your to-do list.

5. Be sure to join people your boss likes and admires, like their mentor.

6. Set expectations.

These first 100 days are likely to be a very stressful time. It can be even more difficult due to your itinerary and spending very long hours trying and realizing the ideas. The good advice and review community is a much needed helpful resource. Use your outside community of mentors, coaches, and friends you’ve developed over the years to discuss your role and expertise within the company. The hot button is to use the sources available to you in your first 100 days.

Kevin E. Boling