Today will talk about on boarding people into your business.
Number one, do I have a clear onboarding plan for my new team member? What we've got to remember about this, is that they don't need to be complex. An onboarding plan really need to cover what are the steps to get my new team member settled comfortable, happy and productive in my business over the first three to six months.
Number two, take time out for weekly check ins especially in those early stages. This can really help identify issues early and also help identify where help is needed. Often it can help the new team member focus on their progress and what are the sort of things that they need to be doing going forward.
Number three, incorporate a development plan into your onboarding plan. This can often help you understand the goals and the aspirations of the new person joining your team. We just can't underestimate how important it is to understand what is they really value, so that we can help them achieve it.
A quick recap of my top three considerations for onboarding people into your business. Number one, is to have a clear onboarding plan for the new person joining the team. Number two, take time out for weekly check ins to be able to understand if there are any issues, areas for improvement, as well as helping the new member track their own progress. Number three, incorporate a development plan into the onboarding plan so that it's really clear what their goals and aspirations are and what they look to achieve.