LearningNow: Induction Strategies that Work

by | Oct 14, 2013 | Articles

Over 50 L&D practitioners gathered together to discuss induction and onboarding in order to make first impressions count! 

Throughout the interactive session, we combined the experiences and lessons learned from top learning companies from the Towards Maturity Benchmark, together with the collective wisdom of the workshop participants.

Case studies were shared from Barclays Internal Audit team and engineering firm, Mott Macdonald.

As a result of crowdsourcing on the day, we are able to provide hints and tips for:

  • Improving the pre-joining experience
  • Improving the experience in the first days and weeks
  • Improving the experience in the first frew months
  • Demonstrating the value of induction training.

The whitepaper from this event highlights some of the practical solutions discussed so if you missed the event, then do download this free resource below!

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