HR Domains (Career GPS): Employee Relations; Organizational Design and Development; Leadership Development and Organizational Culture
New employees are still a gamble. Even with the best hiring process, there’s no guarantee of success. There are plenty of downsides to employees who are slow to fit in or who never really fit in. The goal of any successful onboarding process or program should be to get new employees up-to-speed and working with their team as fast as possible. This webinar shows you how to apply the proven methods and techniques of the Learning Path process to speed up the onboarding process.
Questions you might have:
How soon would you be confident assigning a new employee to work with your most valued customer?
When do you know a new employee is likely to stay and be a productive member of your team?
When do you know a new employee can be trusted to work without constant supervision?
This webinar focuses on the three keys to success:
- How to help employees fit in their new work team
- Ensuring that new employees are fully capable of doing the job at a high level
- Boosting morale and confidence of new employees while they are learning
Presenter: Arupa Tesolin, Learning Paths International Canada
Arupa Tesolin is the head of Learning Paths International Canada (http://learningpaths.ca) and the innovation training company Intuita (http://intuita.com). She leads the Learning Paths revolution across Canada, which is helping organizations deliver new levels of speed and performance with improved efficiency. An internationally recognized author, learning consultant, speaker and innovation leader, Arupa has more than 25 years of experience leading innovative learning and management practices and business performance improvement in Canada. Arupa is the author of two popular books, Ting! and Spark, the Intuita innovation workshops, over 100 articles in top international training and management publications, and two science papers, including The Ecology of Intuition. Clients include the Ontario Government, the Government of Canada, both public and private companies, and associations.