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How to Successfully Onboard New Team Members

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- How to Successfully Onboard New Team Members -

Course Overview

For many new employees, “onboarding” is a 30-minute introduction on the day they commence employment. No wonder so many new employees become confused, challenged and even disillusioned within a few weeks of joining a new organisation.

You will  learn during this training that onboarding is different from conducting an employee induction. Unlike an orientation, onboarding is an integration process that not only provides the information that new hires need and  also ensures that they become actively involved as quickly as possible.

If you want to give every new employee, whether they are full-time, part-time, casual or a volunteer, the opportunity of understanding everything they need to know to fulfil the role, then this training is essential for any supervisor, team leader or manager.

Key Learning Outcomes

  • Explain the purpose of onboarding and the benefits it provides to new employees
  • Describe four key onboarding elements and how they support the onboarding process
  • Describe actions you can take and information you can use to successfully integrate new employees within the context of the four key elements
  • Prepare information relating to the four onboarding elements to use and share with new employees during the onboarding process

Topics Covered

  • Specific areas to address that will help new hires adjust to the company culture and their position
  • The five elements of role clarification: performance expectations, interaction preferences, resources, decision making, and development
  • Questions to consider that help the manager and new hire establish mutual expectations.

Why Learn Online?

Learning new skills online can be perfect for organisations and employees for the following reasons:
  • You only have one or a few employees to train and develop (on a specific training topic)
  • Getting a trainer to your location could be difficult or cost-prohibitive
  • The employees you want to train work from home or are part-time
  • You don’t have the resources to cover for the employees you want to be trained, so allowing them to the training online means they won’t need to leave their work areas
  • Your training budget is limited, and online learning is more cost-effective
  • You want your people trained in a wide range of skills this year,’s online learning provides much better value to get everyone involved in learning and developing themselves.
  • Learn on a desktop
  • Watch on a Tablet
  • Take the training on a Smartphone
  • Develop skills at work or at home