An employee’s path from new hire to future leader starts with a successful onboarding process – it’s up to you to set them out on the right foot.
“As a manager of new hires, you are as responsible for inspiring great performance as you are for getting new employees oriented to your company and to their role,” writes Alexia Vernon, author of 90 Days 90 Ways: Onboard Young Professionals to Peak Performance, in a guest post for Monster Thinking. If you want to mold your new hires into exceptional employees Vernon suggests five actionable strategies that include pushing them outside of their comfort zones, giving them the opportunities to lead, and making yourself regularly accessible in the days after that first onboarding week. For more details, read her full post here.
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