In this video ActionCOACH Jody Johnson Speaks about Business Mastery
We are so thrilled to announce Charles Woods as the newest coach at ActionCOACH Team Sage. Charles brings tremendous value to the team, and as a bonus he is bi-lingual and can serve our Spanish speaking community.
Here he shares a little about his training… Stay tuned because Charles is already up to incredible things!
A big hello to our blog followers. We’ve been away for a while and for that we apologize. We were making some shifts to the way we do things all in an effort to bring you more valuable content in a more accessible way. So it is with great excitement that we reveal our new blog platform…. VIDEO!
Why choose video, you might ask? On video you get to see our our faces light up as we share each weeks topic. That and you don’t have to squint to read tiny letters should you choose to read our blog on your iPhone 😉
This week you get to see me (Doug) share about the power of connection. A topic I think is absolutely essential to your business… check it out! and feel free to give us any feedback or leave us topic suggestions!
How efficient is your onboading process? When someone new comes into the company, there is a lot of stuff to go over to get that person up to speed. However, the time and effort involved can disrupt the schedules of managers and everyone else on the team. How can you get your new hires up to speed without slowing down everyone else?
Make your onboarding process more efficient.
Four Strategies for Shrinking Your Onboarding Process
Here are four ways you can cut down the time needed to bring a new hire onboard.
Creating an efficient, well-thought out onboarding process will pay off in the long run. You will have new hires who can get up to speed faster and existing employees who take ownership of helping new hires. That is teambuilding at its finest.
The most effective way to get a new hire up to speed is to have your existing team to coach that person along the way. The new hire has a built-in support network. Team members get to spend one-on-one time with the new hire. The result is a well-trained employee who is comfortable with most everyone on the team.
But, how can you get your current team to coach your new hire?
Getting Your Team to Coach and Mentor the New Person
Here are some ways you can get your current team to become effective mentors and coaches for your new hires.
You need to give your current team a stake in getting the new hire productive. By involving them in the mentoring and coaching process, you are building team morale and setting up the new guy for future success.
A new recruit is arriving today for his or her first day of work. What can you do to make sure that person thrives and becomes a long-term productive member of your team? Set that person up for success from the minute he or she arrives.
What Does It Take to Ensure Your New Hire Thrives?
Here are some ways you can set your new hire up to be the long-term productive team member you envisioned:
If you take the time to recruit the perfect person for your open position, take the time to set that person up for success. What are you going to do the next time you hire someone?
How can you transform the productivity level of your employees? That is a question that nags at business owners and managers alike. If you do a quick internet search, you will find lists upon lists of tips “to make your employees more productive”. And many of those team building ideas work.
However, if you truly want to change your employees’ productivity, you have to rethink and restructure your thinking.
How to Transform Your Employee’s Productivity
The secret to a highly productive employee? A happy, motivated employee who feels appreciated.
You can use all the team building ideas you want to try and motivate your employees to be more productive. But, if an employee is not happy and feels unappreciated, nothing you do will make that person more productive.
How do you plan on transforming your employees’ productivity today?