A TWO DAY WORKSHOP
One reason people change jobs is that they never feel truly welcome or a part of the organisation they join. If a company spends considerable money recruiting, interviewing, and perhaps even relocating employees, it makes good sense to go one step further and make the new employee feel like they have made a good decision to come to this company.
A thoughtful new employee orientation programme, coupled with an employee handbook that communicates workplace policies can reduce turnover and save that organisation thousands of dollars. Whether your company has two employees or two thousand employees, don’t leave new employee orientation to chance.
HOW YOU WILL BENEFIT
- Understand how important an orientation programme is to an organisation.
- Identify the role of the human resource department in the orientation programme.
- Recognize how the commitment curve affects both new employees and their managers.
- Know what companies can do to deliver their promise to new employees.
- Determine the critical elements of effective employee training.
- Establish the importance of having an employee handbook for new and long-term employees
- Instruction by an expert facilitator
- Small interactive classes (Maximum 25 per group)
- Specialised manual and course materials
- Certificate of completion from Institute of Professional Development – Open University Malaysia
WHAT YOU WILL COVER (2 DAYS)
Finding, Hiring, and Keeping Good People
To begin, delegates will discuss the organisational activities required to find, hire, and keep good people, and how those activities tie into an orientation process.
Building Employee Commitment
Next, delegates will learn about the four pillars of commitment: clarity, competence, influence, and appreciation.
During this session, delegates will explore how perceptions and appearances can affect orientation.
Fast Track Orientation
This session will discuss what kind of orientation is best for short term employees.
Designing a Successful Orientation Programme
Next, delegates will think about their own experiences with orientation. They will combine this with a list of common orientation mistakes to develop a framework for designing a successful programme.
The Eight Orientation Habits of World-Class Employers
During this session, delegates will learn what world-class employers do to make their orientation programme a success.
This session will give delegates some ways to get buy-in from supervisors for the orientation programme.
The Commitment Curve
Next, delegates will learn about the employer/employee commitment curve, and how to make the orientation process work with it.
Characteristics of a Successful Orientation Process
During this session, delegates will discuss the top ten characteristics of a successful orientation process and how they can incorporate those items into their organisation.
Delegates will spend this session completing Kolb’s learning style inventory and learning how it applies to employee orientation and training.
Addressing Learner Needs and Expectations
This session will teach delegates how to define training expectations.
Working with External Providers
Next, delegates will discuss what to consider when working with external providers during orientation.
This session will introduce delegates to the principles of adult learning. Delegates will also discuss how to incorporate these principles into orientation and training.
How to Build and Sustain Interest
During this session, delegates will learn how to motivate their employees during orientation.
Bridging the Generation Gap
Next, delegates will take a brief look at resolving generational issues.
Creating Employee Manuals
During this session, delegates will discuss what should be included in employee handbooks.
A Checklist for Success
To wrap up the day, delegates will create a checklist of necessary items for their orientation. Then, they will work with a partner to brainstorm ways to improve their current orientation process.
At the end of the day, delegates will have an opportunity to ask questions and fill out an action plan.
CLOSING DATE FOR REGISTRATION
7 working days before the first day of workshop
TRAINING WORKSHOP FEES
1 person = RM1550.00
2 persons = RM1450.00 per pax
3 persons above = RM1350 per pax
Payable to “Meteor Learning Sdn Bhd”
# Fee includes 2 coffee/tea breaks, lunch, training material and Certificate of Attendance
NUMBER OF DELEGATES
Maximum 25 only
ALL ENQUIRIES (Institute of Professional Development – Open University Malaysia)
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