One 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
At the end of this course, the participant will be able to:
Team members introduce themselves to the new hire