Date: June 28th Time: 11am ET / 4pm BST Duration: 60 minutes

How you onboard your new hires can affect your organization in many ways. If done well your new hires will be retained longer and they will be productive sooner, thus affecting your bottom line. Providing a mentor can assist new hires in many ways, from understanding the company culture and expanding their network sooner to getting up to speed faster on their new role.

In this webinar, our goal is to help further build your business case for mentoring to support onboarding and help you start planning a mentoring program for your new hires. Judy Corner our subject matter expert in mentoring will be covering the following agenda:

  • The 2017 New Hire – Expectations and retention trends
  • Common onboarding challenges
  • How Mentoring supports today’s onboarding challenges
  • Designing a Mentoring Program to support onboarding
  • Case Study – How mentoring supported Onboarding

The presentation will take around 40 to 50 minutes, with the remaining portion of the hour being a Q&A from our mentoring expert Judy Corner. This will be your chance to speak to an expert.

We look forward to seeing you there. Simply fill out the form on the right and you will be emailed your invite today.

 

Meet the presenter:

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Judy Corner | Director of Mentoring at Insala

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Judy's Bio:

Judy has over 29 years of experience providing customized human resources consulting services to medium to large organizations. Specifically in the area of mentoring, during the last twenty-four years, I have designed and delivered mentoring workshops, mentor and mentee training, a complete mentoring methodology - Hi-Impact Mentoring® - in both handbook and online versions, various focused and subject tailored mentoring solutions, and published a range of mentoring articles. In addition, I have been a speaker at various conferences and organizational functions, and have delivered the comprehensive Hi-Impact Mentoring® process within varied industries for many Fortune 1000 organizations.