Successful staff onboarding is an art, even in the best of times. Doing so in a completely virtual environment such as the one we have been in the past six months, is even more complex.
The onboarding process involves educating new hires to their job tasks, the people they work with (both internally and externally) and the unique organizational culture for starters. In a traditional office setting, this might involve an office tour, orientation meetings, informal gatherings, and many “organic” opportunities to transmit knowledge and answer questions. In a completely virtual environment, these rituals will take more time, if they even ever occur. New employees may also be entering the organization during a time of instability, or reactivity, further complicating their transition to their new position. Navigating this new reality, and doing it well, is an evolving and essential skill for CEOs to master as they manage virtual teams.
Join this CEO dialogue to hear from colleagues the onboarding processes that they have adapted to meet the current work environment.
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Registration for this event will close October 20, 2020 at 12:00 p.m. ET.
Questions for the panel may be submitted in advance to [email protected].
Dany Bourjolly Smith, SHRM-SCP, lead consultant, Association CareerHQ Recruitment Concierge Team
Cameron Curtis, CMM, CAE, president & CEO, Association of Air Medical Services & Medevac Foundation International
Jay Karen, CAE, chief executive officer, National Golf Course Owners Association (NGCOA)
Lane Velayo, CAE, chief executive officer/owner, Synergos