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This session pulls from the presenter's five books on the subject, The New Leader's 100-Day Action Plan, Onboarding, The Total Onboarding Program, The New Job 100-Day Plan, and The First-Time Leader, his weekly column on Forbes.com, The New Leader's Playbook, and his own global experience as a line manager to help new leaders, hiring managers and all supporting them work through three phases of onboarding akin to producing, directing, and stage managing a show.
Attendees will emerge with an understanding of how to:
Why you should attend:
- Create an onboarding timeline and recruiting brief and align stakeholders around them
- Pre-sell while buying and then close the right sale the right way
- Help others deliver by co-creating and supporting new employee's Personal Onboarding Plan
- Manage the announcement cascade and pro-actively introduce new employees
- Provide resources and support to help new employees accelerate and adjust along the way
Bringing new employees on board and moving into new leadership roles are two sides of one of the toughest challenges people face. 40% of new leaders fail in their first 18 months* because of mistakes made in the very beginning by those new leaders AND by the organizations bringing them in around fit, delivery and adjustment. Critical mistakes made so early can be devastating for all involved.
Learn how search and HR executives and hiring managers can help new employees take charge, build their teams and get great results in new roles faster than anyone thought possible.
Areas Covered in the Session:
is about assembling the resources required for success. When it comes to onboarding, this is about aligning stakeholders around the role and onboarding plan and acquiring talent in the right way.
is required to set the new employee up for success, co-creating a Personal Onboarding Plan to clarify expectations and interdependencies.
is what is required to make sure the new employee can do work on day one can work with others, and can deliver and adjust along the way.
Who will benefit:
Why should you attend:
- Line Managers
- Functional Managers
- Human Resource Professionals
According to recent studies, many companies in all industries are lacking the quality and depth of executive talent needed to grow and compete successfully in the future.
A business environment characterized by more frequent disruption and complex strategic challenges means that competent leaders who can manage effectively in the new social age, will become more and more critical for the long term sustainability of any organization.
Although there is a strong need for leadership "bench strength" budgets and time available for employee development are lean, so more and more companies are looking for cost effective on the job development methods.
Join us to learn about how leadership coaching has proven to be effective to address a large variety of development needs.
Areas Covered in the Session:
Who Will Benefit:
- How to determine when a leader could benefit from coaching
- How to select a leadership coach
- What type of assessments to use to determine development needs
- The pros and cons of strengths based coaching
- How to successfully manage leader resistance to coaching and get leaders to take responsibility for their own development
- The ROI of hiring a leadership coach
- Case studies from technology, consumer products and health care companies
- Your Questions
- HR Professionals
- Line Managers
- Chief Human Resource Officers
- HR Directors and Managers
- Employment Managers
- Compensation Specialists
- Training Directors
- Financial Managers
- Executive Team Members
George Bradt has a unique perspective on transformational leadership based on his combined senior line management, consulting, and journalistic experience.
He progressed through sales, marketing and general management roles around the world at companies including Unilever, Procter & Gamble, Coca-Cola, and J.D. Power's Power Information Network spin off as chief executive. Now he is a Principal of CEO Connection and Managing Director of the executive onboarding group PrimeGenesis. George is a graduate of Harvard and Wharton (MBA), author of five books on onboarding including The New Leader's 100-Day Action Plan, the New Leader Smart Tools iPad app, and The New Leader's Playbook weekly column on Forbes.com