There is also a lot of appreciation Industry Email List for the new employees. This example comes from the introductory session of one of our customers. The director who asks the question is always very clear about what she Industry Email List will do with the input. Either she takes over immediately, or she indicates that she will think about it, or she clearly indicates that this does not fit within this organization. This is experienced as very Industry Email List pleasant and is also educational for everyone. 7. Schedule a comeback session A return session after two months is valuable for new employees and for the organization.
The goals of the comeback session Industry Email List may include: Share experiences. Let everyone ask a question (about experiences or contacts) in their 'old' break-out team. If everyone in the team responds to this, everyone will come up with seven interesting insights from the session. Then you can move forward! Expand internal network. When you Industry Email List come together again, you can pick up the thread from the previous session. Bring the same people back together, but also make time for new acquaintances. Present next Industry Email List steps for learning and development. Have someone from the HRD Learning & Development team provide insight into the possibilities available in this area.
This bridges the gap from the Industry Email List onboarding phase to further development in the position. It can be deduced from the reactions of participants in introductory meetings that most would prefer to meet live. And that will probably happen again soon. On the other hand, I also hear that organizations and participants indicate that they are only now discovering what is actually possible with an online meeting. This shape could well turn Industry Email List out to be a keeper. For example, as a replacement for international meetings of organisations. This normally takes a lot of time, money and energy from all involved. In my opinion, an Industry Email List online session will be preferred here in the future.