Perfect Phrases for New Employee Orientation and Onboarding: Hundreds of ready-to-use phrases to train and retain your top talent

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jul 15, 2011 - Business & Economics - 160 pages
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THE RIGHT PHRASE FOR EVERY SITUATION . . . EVERY TIME

Getting new employees up and running with the company is a highly challenging process. For true success, you need to have full command of the most appropriate language for the task.

Perfect Phrases for New Employee Orientation and Onboarding contains hundreds of ready-to-use phrases for transitioning employees into their new roles. You’ll learn how to home in on employee engagement, support the building of work relationships, and deliver constructive feedback. This handy, quick-reference guide provides effective language for:

  • Getting the most out of meet-and-greet meetings
  • Defining company culture and employee expectations
  • Coaching new employees with onboarding challenges
  • Collecting onboarding feedback
  • Onboarding a diverse workforce
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 The Difference Between Orientation and Onboarding and Why Organizations Cant Afford Not to Onboard
1
Knowledge Relationships and Feedback
13
Chapter 3 Perfect Phrases for the Prestart Phase of Onboarding
31
Perfect Phrases for Getting Off to a Great Start
37
Perfect Phrases for the Honeymoon
47
The Onboarding Plan Continued and the Wrong Fit
55
Chapter 7 Perfect Phrases for Understanding the Culture
67
Perfect Phrases for Typical Onboarding Challenges
79
Chapter 9 Perfect Phrases for Collecting Onboarding Feedback
91
Chapter 10 Perfect Phrases for Giving Onboarding Feedback
97
Chapter 11 Perfect Phrases for Onboarding a Diverse Workforce
115
Chapter 12 Perfect Phrases for Branding Your Onboarding Experience
133
Chapter 13 Six Steps to Building an Effective Onboarding Experience
143
References
147
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About the author (2011)

Brenda Hampel and Erika Lamont are founding partners of Connect the Dots Consulting, which provides solutions for onboarding and executive and high-performance team coaching. They live in Hilliard, Ohio.

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