PART 1:

Why are organizations so bad at onboarding?

We’re all hiring new people. So why are we all so bad at getting those new people up to speed in their new roles? Learn how to fix it now.

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A new employee sitting alone in a room
A group of employees playing games

PART 2:

Onboarding begins before day 1

Your onboarding actually began the moment you first learned about the company’s existence. Find out why and how you can use this to your benefit.

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PART 3:

3 foundational onboarding principles for driving employee confidence and capability

Improve the employee learning experience & speed to initial capability by applying 3 foundational principles of modern workplace onboarding.

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Runners at the starting line
Nervous-looking new employee at a table with coworkers

Part 4:

Skip the show ‘n tell—immerse new employees in your culture

New employees have a lot to think about. But the biggest onboarding concern for them will always been the same, despite company or role: Will I fit in here?

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PART 5:

Getting managers involved in onboarding early and often

Managers must be involved early and often to fully enable the reimagined onboarding experience, but in traditional onboarding this isn’t always the case.

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A manager showing an employee how to accomplish a task on a tablet

PART 6:

How to get buy-in for your new onboarding vision

Influencing stakeholders is key. Here are five critical tactics that will help you gain buy-in for your reimagined onboarding experience.

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