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Welcome to Onboarding New Employees Training Series with 18 hours PDU credits towards PMI. Managers and supervisors should do all they can to make the Onboarding process as smooth as possible for their new employees. Onboarding helps new hires adjust to the social and performance aspects of their jobs so they can quickly become productive, contributing members of the organization.

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Course TitlePMI PDU CreditsCourse Description
Learning from Co-Workers1Reinforcing the great things about the team and company provides a new employee the chance to learn some things he or she may not know. This can create new levels of energy and excitement. In particular, when new employees hear from peers, there is an added level of credibility that strengthens the message regarding what’s great about their new job. Take advantage of this opportunity and strengthen the new hire’s commitment to the role, team, and company, while also providing the chance for all team members to become reenergized about the great things happening at work. By completing this course, you will Know how to help new hires learn from co-workers why it’s great to work for the team and the company.
Teams Share with New Hires1When new employees join a team, they often have an incomplete picture of what the team is all about. Certainly the new employee learned some things during the hiring process, and of course has learned more during the first few weeks on-the-job, but starting a new job has a lot of complexity to it. And sometimes, complete information may not be given, or the new hire may not be able to remember everything due to the large amount of information that is shared during this time. Once the new hire has settled in, it’s a great time to revisit the team’s purpose and deliverables with the new employee. And who better to share this information than the team itself. By completing this course, you will Know how to encourage team members to share the team’s overall purpose and deliverables with the new hire.
New Hires Build New Skills1Managers are essential to helping new hires identify the information and skills required to meet commitments and goals. As a manager, you will know best what is required to perform well in the job, and can help the employee prioritize what should be learned and developed first. Remember, new employees want to be successful. They will be looking to you for guidance as to what they must know and develop. Taking the time to help your new employee develop into a strong, contributing employee will be beneficial for you, the team, as well as the new employee. By completing this course, you will Know what skills and knowledge the new hire must build to be successful in the new role.
Coaching New Hires1As a manager, you are the key person to help a new employee know what must be done in his or her role. You are the person who provides the most coaching, feedback, and direction. You can help ensure the employee stays on track and can successfully contribute to the team and organization. Therefore, if you spend the time helping your new hire know what to do, your new hire will be more engaged and more successful long-term. This course provides a process to help you coach your new hires during the first few weeks and months of employment. By completing this course, you will Know how to give new hires frequent coaching and information to ensure the right work is done at the right time.
New Hires Get Coaching From Others1Although a professional network is beneficial for new hires, it’s hard for any new employee to start one. But as a manager, you can help. Using your knowledge of the new hire’s role and people within the company, you can determine who might be able to help the new hire build the right skills, understand key information, or provide coaching. Taking the time to help create a network of resources will pay off. In no time you’ll see your new hire engaged and performing. This course provides a process you can use to help your new hire create a network of people who can provide coaching and feedback, thus helping the new hire get up to speed much faster. By completing this course, you will Know how to help new hires build a network of resources for coaching, feedback and skill building.
Reconnect Employees to Individual Work1In the beginning of any job, expectations are set, and new employees work to meet those expectations. This is good. But after a few months, new hires tend to be more comfortable in their role and have a better idea of what to do. They are now ready for a bit more. As a result, work expectations should change to meet the new hire’s emerging knowledge and capabilities. This course provides a process you can use to outline the work expectations you have for the new hire. During this time, be sure to talk about the employee’s most important tasks and responsibilities, the work that must get done, and why. By completing this course, you will Be able to reconnect new hires to the work they must do and achieve.
Feedback for New Hires1New employees have a lot to learn and do when starting a new job, and the first few weeks can be quite overwhelming. But once some time has gone by, new employees start to settle in. Yet it’s this time, a few months into a new job, which is critical for new hires. This is the time new employees need guidance to ensure they are gaining the right knowledge, building the right skills, and performing the right tasks. The purpose of this course will be to provide feedback and direction to your employee. You can perform this discussion any time during the first few months of employment. By completing this course, you will Be able to give new hires feedback on what they’ve done so far and learn what they must do in the future.
New Hire Expectations of a Manager1As a manager you play a critical role in an employee’s success and overall performance, this is especially true for new employees. When a person takes on a new role there are a number of things happening over the first few months. The new hire needs to adapt to new tasks and responsibilities, meet new people, get familiar with a new work environment, and adjust to how work gets done on a new team. The course will help you create an understanding of how you plan to coach and support your new hire. This process helps build rapport and a great work relationship for future success. By completing this course, you will Know how to help new hires understand exactly what they can expect from you as a manager.
First Weeks’ Deliverables1One of the key elements of success for any new employee is to know what he or she must accomplish. When new hires know what they must do, they are able to focus on the right things at the right time, thus contributing to the team and adding value. Without good direction, new employees tend to struggle, and don’t spend their time learning the right information and doing the right type of work. As a result, these new employees tend not to perform well and don’t contribute to the team at the desired level. The course will help you help your new hires clearly understand how they must spend their time during the first few weeks of employment. Early direction setting helps set the stage for a great start, creating a foundation for long-term success. By completing this course, you will Be able to help new hires learn what work they must do and what they must achieve in the first few weeks on-the-job.
Team Members Introduce Themselves1One of the pleasures that come from any job is working with great people. When we develop relationships with our co-workers, we enjoy our jobs more, are more productive, and have a greater sense of belonging within the team and the organization. As a result, our relationships at work become an essential component of our overall success. When new hires start a new job, they usually do not have any established relationships on the team. Yet, as we just mentioned, our relationships with co-workers are essential to our success. Therefore, it will benefit both the team and the new hire to get to know each other. Although relationships tend to develop naturally over time, a team can jump start this process by taking action during the first few weeks of a new hire’s employment. By completing this course, you will Be able to help team members introduce themselves to the new hire.
Great Work Situations for New Hires1New hires in particular benefit when their manager understands what is important to them. When managers know how to create a great work situation for a new hire, both manager and employee get off to a great start. From the beginning, you will be able to do the right things to meet the new hire’s needs. This will ensure a great work environment for the new employee, thus creating higher performance levels and greater levels of commitment. The purpose of this course will be to find out what your new hire needs in his or her job to perform well, and will also create a work situation the person enjoys and wants to contribute to at a high level. By completing this course, you will Know what will create a great work situation for each new employee.
Learning a New Role1When people start a new job, they have a lot of questions. New hires want to know about their work, their responsibilities, and what they need to do. In addition, new employees often wonder how they’ll fit in. They want to know what type of contribution they’ll make and whether they’ll be able to make a difference. Although some new employees may figure this out on their own, it may take a while, or they may end up creating an incomplete picture in their mind. The purpose of this course will be to help the new employee clearly understand how he or she fits in with the team and contributes to the organization. We recommend you perform this course during the first few weeks of the new hire’s employment. By completing this course, you will Know how they fit in with the team and how they can contribute to the organization.
We Wish We Had Known1When we start a new job there is so much to learn, it can all be somewhat overwhelming. Sometimes it’s not until we’ve settled into our job that we realize what we didn’t know when we first started. Looking back, we often find there is something that we wished we had known during those first few weeks. This information may have helped us avoid a few pitfalls, perform better, or just made it easier to adjust to the new job and organization. The purpose of this course is to provide the opportunity for your team to share with new hires what they learned along the way. In particular, sharing what the team wished they had known at the start of their job is a great way to welcome this new employee. By completing this course, you will Know how to help new hires learn what their peers wished they had known when starting their own job.
Exploring Professional Development1It’s always a great idea to talk with all employees about the opportunities for growth within the organization, and it’s especially true for new hires. By talking about possible opportunities, you’ll reinforce the company’s commitment to the new hire, and solidify the new hire’s commitment to the organization. As a result, a discussion about future opportunities can increase a new employee’s engagement and ultimately their performance. The purpose of this course will be to start the process of exploring potential development opportunities within the company. By completing this course, you will Know how to help new hires explore how they can grow and develop within the company.
New Hires Build a Professional Network1As a new hire, creating a network is a great thing to do. A strong network of people can set the stage for a great career. The only challenge is, new hires tend not to know who they can include in their network. However, as experienced team members, you do. Using your knowledge and experience of the company, you can identify a few people who would be great to include in the new employee’s network. This course will help you support your new co-worker’s success by providing him or her a head start in building a professional network. Not only will the new employee benefit from your assistance, but the team will benefit from a co-worker who is better equipped to perform and help deliver the team’s goals. By completing this course, you will Know how to help new hires build a network of people within the company.
Feedback from New Hires1As a manager of a new hire, it’s a great time to set the stage for a collaborative working relationship. For remember, your new hire won’t be a new employee for long and the opportunity to start your working relationship off right won’t last forever. So why not find out how you’re doing as a manager? This course will help you ask your new hire for feedback and find out how well you’ve provided support and coaching so far. You’ll definitely learn a few things, and your employee will be impressed and delighted that you asked for his or her opinion. By completing this course, you will Know how to receive feedback from your new hires.
New Hire Performance Review1Performance reviews are an essential component of our work. These reviews may be formal, end of the year discussions, or they may be short informal feedback sessions. Either way, receiving information about one’s performance is key for anyone’s success. Performance feedback helps us know what we’re doing well, informs us on what we need to strengthen, and gives us an idea of our current level of performance. This course provides a step by step process you can use to conduct performance reviews with your new hires. By completing this course, you will Know how to deliver a review of the new hire’s performance since starting the new job.
Work and Challenges in the Future1As a manager, you have the opportunity to help transitioning employees get clarity on the work that must be accomplished, as well as identify any obstacles and challenges that may lie ahead. This information helps transitioning employees clearly know what they have to do, and what challenges they should be aware of as they make the final move out of the new hire role. For when employees are clear on the work they must do, and are prepared for the challenges and obstacles ahead, they have a greater chance of succeeding in the future. The purpose of this course will be to help the employee focus on the right work in the future, and to anticipate any challenges he or she may need to solve for. In addition, this is a great opportunity to reconnect with your new employee and create a smooth transition as the person moves out of the new hire role to become a fully contributing employee. By completing this course, you will Know how to create clarity regarding the work and challenges that lie ahead for the new hire.

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