Strategic Employee Onboarding: The First 365 Days

Onboarding is one of the key activities that happens after resume screening, interviewing, and selection of the candidate. Developing and implementing a total onboarding program for both new employees and internal recruits can improve performance, decrease turnover, and sustain a highly performing team.

You will learn to:

  • Recognize the differences between onboarding and orientation
  • Discuss key reasons for developing an onboarding plan
  • Create or customize an onboarding program that will fit unit needs
  • Apply practical strategies to build and deliver a high impact onboarding experience
  • Identify the important roles and responsibilities associated with onboarding experience

You will benefit by:

  • Gaining practical tips, tools and strategies that can be immediately applied to your work
  • Developing departmental brand and lowering turnover (un-boarding)
  • Increasing the effectiveness of the onboarding experience for new employees
  • Developing an onboarding experience that will strengthen the employment brand
  • Calculating the loss (cost) associated with turnover

Audience:

Supervisors and managers responsible for hiring new staff

Curriculum Area

  • Performance Management

Competencies

  • Advancing the Mission
    • Progressing
  • Building Relationships and Interpersonal Skills
    • Emerging
  • Development of Self and Others
    • Emerging
  • Leadership and Achievement Orientation
    • Emerging

Sessions

Code: PMC1801

Presenter: Mark Brown

Cost: $229

Offered by Learning & Professional Development