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2020 - The First 240 Days



VenueOnline Event, USA - United States USA - United States

KeywordsOrientation and onboarding; Personality assessments; Orientation for executives


Topics/Call fo Papers

Retention of new hires is recognized by most companies as a critical issue, and onboarding is universally viewed as a key factor in retention. Six out of seven companies claim to have an onboarding program. Yet most companies’ onboarding processes last a week or shorter; only 6% have onboarding programs that extend beyond the first 90 days. The necessary assimilation to cement successful behaviors and sustain employment takes longer than this. We believe that it takes executives eight months to be highly functioning members of an organization. We will outline key steps in the assimilation process and what companies can do to ensure that their leaders have the tools they need to succeed.
The difference between orientation and onboarding
The ripples of assimilation that happen in the critical early months on the job
Pre-hiring personality assessments
Orientation for executives
New Manager Assimilation Workshop
Addressing political savvy
Internal and external guidance
Establishing boundaries of responsibility
Culture and the organization’s immune system
Ensuring advice is heard
The probability that a senior hire will fail in the first 18 months is 50%, and the associated costs of failure can be 10x salary. Companies often blame these failures on the executive, instead of considering the easy steps they can take to mitigate risk and ensure success. We will cover those steps.
The risks and costs of failed hires
Different perspective on why executives fail in new roles
How companies fail their new executives
The difference between orientation and onboarding
What’s right and wrong with The First 90 Days
The ripples of assimilation that happen in the critical early months on the job
Best practices in executive assimilation
VP or Director of Talent Acquisition
VP or Director of Talent Management
Steve Moss served as Chief Marketing Officer four times in consumer and technology companies. In his last role, he lasted only 19 months – and didn’t even diagnose some of the issues he faced until months after he had left. He has learned from his own hard knocks, and from research by HR thought leaders, to identify success strategies for new executives. Steve takes pride in developing leaders.
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Last modified: 2020-10-14 17:52:36