You've no doubt heard the expression, "You don't get a second opportunity to make a good first impression." It's a good expression that applies to most first-time contact - including employee onboarding.
That's right. From a potential candidate's first exposure to your organization during the application process to their first day of work, you're making an impression (and hopefully a positive one). The manner in which you welcome potential new employees matters. In fact, organizations that put as much effort into welcoming new employees as they do keeping them - succeed.
Join us for this webinar with Renee Thompson to learn the key principles of how to make a good first impression during the most critical time of new employee's exposure to your organization - during the onboarding process.
In this session, you'll learn about three best practices:
- How to develop strong partnerships between your HR team and the nursing leadership team during the application and interviewing process.
- Why welcoming new employees is everyone's responsibility.
- Why you should contact new employees before they start, welcome them and answer any questions they have.
About Renee Thompson
Renee Thompsonhas more than 23 years' healthcare experience, including clinical practice, nursing education, quality management and executive leadership. This diverse experience has afforded Renee the unique ability to view the delivery of healthcare from a 360° perspective.Renee is the Chief Connections Officer at RTConnections, LLC - an organization that educates, connects and inspires current and future nurses.She is also the author of the book,"Do No Harm" Applies to Nurses Too! Strategies to protect and bully-proof yourself at work.Renee speaks nationwide to healthcare organizations and academic institutions, motivating her audience at keynote addresses, professional conferences, workshops and seminars.