Retention Starts Here
“Onboarding” refers to the processes in which new hires are integrated into
the organization. It includes activities that allow new employees to complete an
initial new-hire orientation process, as well as learn about the organization and
its structure, culture, vision, mission and values.
69% OF EMPLOYEES ARE MORE LIKELY TO STAY WITH A COMPANY FOR 3 YEARS IF THEY EXPERIENCED GREAT ONBOARDING
“Talent management is one of the things CEOs worry about most, and yet companies often spend very little time onboarding their new employees. The most effective organizations onboard new hires for the duration of their first year — their most vulnerable period — and focus on three key dimensions: the organizational, the technical, and the social. By using this integrated approach, they enable their employees to stay, and to thrive.”
– Ron Carucci
Harvard Business Review
Empower your people to Succeed
The Onboarding Programs are designed
to include the following:
PURPOSE, VISION & VALUES
Communicating & creating awareness
around organizational Culture and Values.
In addition to aligning personal goals to
the organization and emphasizing expected
behavior and communication styles within
To establish a fair and transparent culture,
authentic communication and feedback is
imperative for building a collaborative
atmosphere. An environment where you are
“growing people” instead of stagnating them.
This starts through empowering people by
helping them understand how to set their
goals and how they will be evaluated..
SOCIAL STYLES ©
An internationally certified leadership
development program based on behavior.
This workshop enables people to increase
their interpersonal effectiveness and
versatility in dealing with others through
understanding their own behavior and
the behavior of others.
HIGH PERFORMING TEAMS
No man is an island, and strength lies
in numbers. When it comes to building
extraordinary workplaces and high-
performing teams, researchers have
identified three essential pillars: autonomy,
competence, and relatedness. This is why it is
important to give your people the skills to
embrace diversity & Inclusiveness and help
them differentiate between leadership and