Developing a structured, integrated employee onboarding program with new employee orientation at its core is the key to retaining employees.
As good as many companies are at planning and setting up change, the follow-through doesn’t always go as smoothly. According to a Robert Half Management Resources survey, 46 percent of change management efforts fail during execution. But why?
Developing a coaching organization involves a systems approach that begins with creating a vision and testing readiness, then moves toward implementation and measurement. This ensures the creation of an infrastructure that will continue to support a coaching culture over time.
Evidence suggests that organizations are more competitive, agile, and engaged when employees freely and consistently share knowledge. In other words – the company learning culture and level of performance go hand-in-hand.