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When new hires choose your company as “the one,” it’s a big deal for them and you. And it’s personal. There’s nothing they want more than to belong — to fit in, understand their role, learn the ropes, and add value to the organization right away.
Because it’s personal, one-size onboarding isn’t going to work. Organizations should look at the new hire onboarding process as a complete experience. In fact, onboarding should begin from the moment the candidate says, “Yes.” That means personalizing the offer letter and pre-boarding experience and creating more than a task checklist about workspaces, computers, and paperwork. Strategic onboarding rapidly engages enthusiastic new hires into the life of the organization and keeps them continuously engaged with every career move or transition.
Why is it so important to get onboarding right?
Episode 21 of this podcast series, produced by Ottawa-based writer/audio producer Kevin McGowan in partnership with Training magazine, features a chat with business management consultant Jeff Manchester, co-author of “The Power of Vulnerability: How to Create a Team of Leaders by Shifting INward.” Manchester has worked with more than 1,000 presidents and CEOs as a strategic advisor through one-on-one executive coaching. He is a master at INpowering individuals and teams to maximize their true potential.
Click below to listen to Episode 21: The Power of Vulnerability