Re-Onboarding Your Skills

December 13, 2023

Re-Onboarding Your Skills

People joining a new business or project are usually given an orientation. It can entail relevant content and business practices, mission vision practices and cultural norms for the organization and/or project. The purpose of the orientation is to get people familiar with what the most important steps are and the details for creating success.

In the old days, new hire orientation was the first day of work and lasted for one half day. Organizations discovered that was not enough time or enough information for the new hire so orientations turned into onboarding which could last for 60, 90, 120 days. At the end of this time, people were reviewed for their knowledge and how well they were doing.

So how long have you been at your organization? Have you checked to see if you need to re-onboard yourself for the cultural changes; mission vision updates and valued content regarding the performance of the organization? Reviewing you and where you are is what good leaders do and what great leaders make a part of their personal strategy for their successful performance.

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Natalie R. Manor

Natalie R. Manor is a consultant, executive business coach, speaker, 5 time author and extraordinary facilitator.  Her consulting firm, Natalie Manor & Associates NMA, has attracted global success seeking clients and organizations for 30+ years.

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