Employees are promoted for a number of reasons – to motivate them, to build skills and facilitate learning, and often, because someone is needed to fill a vacant position. No matter the reason, it works out best for all involved if the promotion goes successfully, if the person transitions seamlessly into the new role. Especially for senior and executive level promotions, failure is costly in terms time, energy, and money (Peterson, 2015), and when really disastrous, may damage an organization’s reputation and financial vitality.


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