I'm starting a new role as a development team lead in a large American corporate software development firm. Over the course of my first week, I'll be introducing myself to various stakeholders. During these introductions, I plan to provide an overview of my experience to date. I want to make a good first impression and in the past, this is how I would describe my experience :
I worked at company X for Y years and worked on Z.....
and repeat this simple template for a number of different companies and technologies. Now as a dev team lead I think something more or different is required. I'm not suggesting lying but want to describe my background from a more leadership perspective. So, in addition to :
I worked at company 'X' for 'Y' years and worked on 'Z'.....
At company 'X' I was also responsible for researching the architecture for the 'H' component.
I'm joining the firm as a dev team lead and therefore was not an internal hire so I feel I have to prove myself more rather than if I had been internally promoted. Also, I feel I will be under more scrutiny to deliver and know what to do because I'm an external hire into a leadership position.
How should I introduce myself to the various stakeholders? Please advise tips / heuristics /rules (or books) . Although I will be meeting different stakeholders they will all be of a technical background, some more than others so I plan to use the same outline of my background experience at each meeting.
Update: I should have mentioned but I've been requested by my manager to prepare a couple of slides to briefly outline my experience. I plan to talk about my past experience at a high level (1 minute) and my hobbies (1 minute).