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- Getting an employee up to speed requires an inspired and organized process from the company, and it also requires a similar commitment from the new hire. The employee needs to do certain things to be successful, and the employer can help position him or her to make those steps happen.
– Click to read “Onboarding: What Does the Employee Owe the Company? Part 1“
- Onboarding can feel like a complicated process. Having an organized, yet customized, approach to training new employees has become a vital part of sales success. This blog post offers details on how you can set up your process to maximize effectiveness.
– Click to read “An Organized Approach to Navigating the Onboarding Process”
- If you’re headed for a big ocean wave, getting on your board effectively is crucial to your surfing success. Implementing effective onboarding practices when bringing on a new employees make a big difference in how well your business does, too. This blog post (the first in a series) offers practical insights for bringing new hires into your team successfully.
- Scott Anderson, Founding Principal of Diamond Performance Solutions and RevenueForce, will be a featured presenter at the 2015 AA-ISP Leadership Summit.– Click here for details on the Summit and information on registering.
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