"A must–read for anyone bringing someone new into theirorganization if they′re serious about setting them up for success!Well organized, easy to understand and implement."
Andy Kriz, Director, The Human Capital Institute
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Robert Rigby–Hall, Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer, LexisNexis Group
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Tom Colligan, Vice Dean of Executive Education, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
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PART I PREPARE FOR YOUR NEW EMPLOYEE S SUCCESS BEFORE YOU START RECRUITING.
CHAPTER 1 Understand the Organization–Wide Benefits of a Total Onboarding Program: An Executive Summary.
CHAPTER 2 Clarify Your Destination and Messages to the Candidate and the Organization.
2.1 Purpose and Priorities (Downloadable).
2.2 Onboarding Track Record (Downloadable).
2.3 Messages (Downloadable).
CHAPTER 3 Craft Your Time Line, Write a Recruiting Brief, and Align Your Stakeholders.
3.1 Total Onboarding Program Time Line (Downloadable).
3.2 Recruiting Brief (Downloadable).
PART II RECRUIT IN A WAY THAT REINFORCES YOUR MESSAGES.
CHAPTER 4 Create a Powerful Slate of Potential Candidates.
4.1 Employment Brand (Downloadable).
4.2 Candidate Sourcing (Downloadable).
4.3 Candidate Tracking (Downloadable).
CHAPTER 5 Evaluate Candidates Against the Recruiting Brief While Pre–Selling and Pre–Boarding.
5.1 On–Site Interview Day Plan (Downloadable).
5.2 Interview Guide (Downloadable).
5.3 Interview Debrief (Downloadable).
5.4 Reference/Background Check (Downloadable).
CHAPTER 6 Make the Right Offer, and Close the Right Sale the Right Way.
6.1 Offer Closing Process (Downloadable).
PART III GIVE YOUR NEW EMPLOYEE A BIG HEAD START BEFORE DAY ONE.
CHAPTER 7 Co–Create a Personal Onboarding Plan with Your New Employee.
7.1 Personal Onboarding Plan (Downloadable).
7.2 Onboarding Conversation Guide (Downloadable).
CHAPTER 8 Manage the Announcement to Set Your New Employee Up for Success.
8.1 Announcement Cascade (Downloadable).
CHAPTER 9 Do What It Takes to Make Your New Employee Ready, Eager, and Able to Do Real Work on Day One.
9.1 Accommodation Checklist (Downloadable).
PART IV ENABLE AND INSPIRE YOUR NEW EMPLOYEE TO DELIVER BETTER RESULTS FASTER.
CHAPTER 10 Make Positive First Impressions Both Ways.
10.1 Pseudonewcomer Audit (Downloadable).
10.2 New Employee as Valued Customer (Downloadable).
CHAPTER 11 Speed Development of Important Working Relationships.
11.1 Assimilation Checklist (Downloadable).
CHAPTER 12 Provide Resources, Support, and Follow–Through.
12.1 New Manager Assimilation (Downloadable).
12.2 Acceleration Checklist (Downloadable).
APPENDIX I Organization–Wide Transformation.
APPENDIX II Sourcing Candidates on the Web.
About the Guest Experts.
About the Authors.