Key Elements of New Employee Hiring & Onboarding
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- DateTue 02 July 2019
- Time10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
- Location161 Mission Falls Lane, Suite 216, Fremont National 9453
- Ticket$$ 110 per person
- Table$Price for a table per table (seats Normally between 8-12)
- ContactEvent Manager
Creating a right start for new employees begins first, with ensuring you are hiring for the role needed and guess what title has nothing to do with hiring for the role needed.
Companies currently leading the way with hiring right and achieving low turnover know exactly what is needed and it has nothing to do with job description either.
They also know the importance of right fit and making a connection with their new employee from the start. This learning opportunity will provide you the right start to evaluate your current hiring and onboarding practices, build upon strengths and add pieces to build the overall value of your hiring and onboarding process.
You'll learn how to build a talent matrix to assess candidate's real strengths in relation to the strengths currently needed for the role on your team. Additionally, you'll learn standard work techniques to implement to provide an onboarding experience that will brand your company’s culture as an amazing place to work!
Why should you Attend
This webinar offers learners a fresh perspective on the hiring and onboarding piece of performance management. It is a process that requires work up front but will build a sustainable, lasting process that will set your organization apart from the routine hiring and onboarding experience most have come to know!
Areas Covered in the Session
Develop a proper talent matrix for hiring right fit
Ensure your screening and interview process is setup to find "A"team members
Structure the onboarding process to maximize team effectiveness and optimization
Ensure processes are developed for cultivating a culture of teamwork
Develop an onboarding process that ensures growth and communication style is identified
Ensure a rounding and 1 to 1 schedule is developed
Who Will Benefit
Chief Human Resources Officers (CHRO)
HR Vice Presidents
Organizational leaders at levels
Learning & Development Professionals
Organizational Development Professionals
Organizational Excellence Professionals
Talent Development Professionals
Jared Narlock's way is to help others grow and development and inspire others to take action to live their why. He was most recently a Vice President of Talent Development and is currently a professional trainer and consultant specializing in management, leadership, communication, engagement and team development; as well as services related to Everything DiSC, other talent development tools and learning management systems.