In 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
At the end of this course, the participant will be able to:
New employees are reconnected to the work they must do and achieve