4 simple steps to include in an Employee Onboarding

Nearly every metaphor for corporate success has one thing in common that is Teamwork. So to get every employee on board with your company goals, there are 4 steps to achieve success in an Employee Onboarding

a) Define your organisation’s key results

Employees efforts should be aligned in three objectives, they are, meaningful, measurable and memorable. Workplace Accountability should be clearly defined in every organization. The study revealed that only 15% of organizations clearly define and effectively communicate the key results they need to achieve success. Once it is clearly defined, the next step is to articulate them in a digestible way and ensure that all the employees fully understand the requirements to achieve these successes. Managers play a key role in making this connection for employees where they discuss and prioritize all the points in the key results for the entire organization.

b) Spread Positive Accountability in the workplace

To cultivate cohesion it is necessary to emphasize and even incentivize positive accountability in the workplace. A common issue inhibiting cohesion in the workplace is the “blame game’’. When the target is missed, employees may be inclined to blame each other rather than staying together with each other. Therefore, employees should build a commitment with themselves and others, responsible for hitting deadlines and working to achieve the organization’s key results which will help in practising positive accountability in the workplace.

c) Establish open lines of communication within the organization

It is necessary to establish a culture where there will be open communication rather than waiting for feedback from supervisors. Employees of the organisation should feel comfortable giving and receiving feedback on a regular basis. When employees don't fear seeking feedback and are comfortable sharing feedback with others, accountability emerges as a natural result.
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d) Employee track system and progression

Leaders are responsible for regularly communicating and reinforcing both organizational and individual objectives. Ensure that there is an organised system of tracking progress which helps to clearly understand every individual objectives in achieving key results by weekly group meetings or one to one measure progress.

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