Induction training to help you with the business critical issue of talent management
This is a sample learning overview that we can design and deliver specifically for your organisation.
UK organisations are losing up to £2 billion a year in employee productivity due to inefficient induction processes. With the considerable investment of time and resources into identifying and recruiting key talent, organisations really cannot afford to fall down with a sub-standard induction programme.
Making your ‘on-boarding’ and induction programme strategic requires careful planning and integration at all levels of the business. Induction has moved from an administrative HR process to strategic, integrated talent management. By understanding the needs and ensuring the strategic linkages, HR can champion and facilitate the design of a scheme that cascades throughout all levels of the organisation.
We can design and deliver workshops around creating a strategic approach to induction. Such a programme will provide key insights into the dynamics surrounding ‘on-boarding’, will help you develop a scheme that is strategic, and will examine how its impact can be monitored and evaluated.
Effective employee induction will kick start an employee’s engagement from day one through cultural alignment, the establishment of key relationships, unlocking of potential and discretionary effort and a sense of immediate ‘belonging’. All of which result in measurably enhanced engagement, productivity and performance levels.
Induction integration: Creating integrated and sustained performance in line with organisational needs, values and priorities
The link to engagement and performance
Practical, interactive activity
Poor induction: determining the causes and overcoming the challenges
A strategic induction programme: key components and considerations
Impact assessment: what to consider
Designing a scheme that will work in your organisation
A wide range of learning methods ensures we deliver learning that is appropriate, specific and drives sustainable change.