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Onboarding: Using orientation as the first critical step in retention

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ERE webinar from 10/24/2007 hosted by Ronald Katz

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Onboarding: Using orientation as the first critical step in retention

  1. 1. The Stages of OnBoarding Accelerating Leadership Transitions George Bradt March 2008
  2. 3. “ That tricky first 100 days” The Economist – 7/13/06 Role Delivery Personal Adjustment Learning Organization Relationships
  3. 4. On-boarding Results Contact Offer Accept Start Cheat Control Exploit
  4. 5. Different perspectives in early stages Scope Assess Buy Sell Sell Buy Before the first contact Organization Candidate / New Leader Cheat Control Exploit
  5. 6. “ They can because they think they can.” Virgil – 1 st Century BC
  6. 7. Cheat : get a head start before the start Plan Relationships Set up Make new leader feel valued, valuable, proud Organization - Supervisor New Leader
  7. 9. “ I love me” “ I love my family” “ My team loves me” “ I love my team” “ I love my work” “ I’d love to be somewhere else”
  8. 10. Control first impressions see signs & symbols hear “ we” stories believe what you do
  9. 12. Exploit opportunities through the team Enable and inspire people to do their absolute best, together, to realize a meaningful and rewarding shared purpose Communication Campaign Imperative Milestones Early Wins Role Sort 30 45 60 70 Day One Strategic Operational Organizational
  10. 13. Enable ADEPT Acquire Develop Encourage Plan Transition
  11. 14. “… meaningful dialogue about that child’s future” “ I never wanted to snap the ball so well in my life” Inspire
  12. 15. Enable and inspire people to do their absolute best, together, to realize a meaningful and rewarding shared purpose
  13. 16. Questions??? Sell: Job #1 is getting the job – can’t turn down a job not offered Buy: Due diligence to mitigate organization, role, personal risks Cheat: 100-Day Action Plan, jumpstart relationships, learning; get help Control: First impressions day one & on: signs, symbols, stories Exploit: imperative, milestones, early wins, roles, communication New Leader Buy: Create a slate of viable candidates & set up conversion Sell: Convert … or cut loose top candidate before losing backups Support: With mentoring, coaching or transition acceleration as needed Organization
  14. 17. Cheat : get a head start before the start Control first impressions Exploit opportunities through a high performing team George Bradt 203-323-8501 [email_address]

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