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Maximizing the Impact of Your Onboarding Program:

A Skills Training Workshop for HR Teams

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Introduction

Welcome to this skills training workshop on measuring the effectiveness of your onboarding program. Onboarding is an integral part of any organization’s talent management strategy and plays a crucial role in setting new hires up for success in their roles. In this workshop, we will delve into best practices for evaluating the effectiveness of your onboarding program and explore various frameworks and tools that can help you gather and analyze data to inform your onboarding efforts. By the end of this session, you will have a better understanding of how to measure the impact of your onboarding program and identify areas for improvement.

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  • To provide HR teams with a thorough understanding of how to measure the effectiveness of their onboarding program
  • To introduce various frameworks and tools that can be used to gather and analyze data on onboarding
  • To explore practical strategies for using this data to inform and improve onboarding efforts
  • Defining the purpose and goals of your onboarding program
  • Identifying key metrics and success indicators for onboarding
  • Gathering and analyzing data on onboarding effectiveness
  • Using data to inform and improve onboarding efforts
  • Practical exercises for applying the concepts learned in this session

This training will be conducted through a combination of lectures, discussions, and practical exercises. Participants will have the opportunity to engage in group activities and apply the concepts learned in this session to real-world scenarios.

This training will include both theoretical and practical elements. Participants will learn about the importance of measuring the effectiveness of onboarding programs and the various frameworks and tools that can be used to gather and analyze data on onboarding. They will also have the opportunity to apply these concepts through practical exercises, working in groups to design and evaluate onboarding programs using the frameworks introduced in this session.

included in 90-min, Half Day & Full Day sessions

  • Using Kirkpatrick’s Four Levels of Evaluation to assess the impact of an onboarding program
  • Designing an onboarding program using the ADDIE model
  • Evaluating an onboarding program using Bloom’s Taxonomy of Learning

(included in Half-Day and Full Day sessions)

  • Kirkpatrick’s Four Levels of Evaluation: This framework involves evaluating training programs at four levels: reaction, learning, behavior, and results. It can be used to assess the impact of onboarding programs at each of these levels.
  • The ADDIE Model: The ADDIE model is a five-step process for designing and developing training programs, including onboarding programs. It can be used to guide the creation and evaluation of onboarding programs.
  • The Bloom’s Taxonomy of Learning: This framework outlines six levels of cognitive development and can be used to design and evaluate onboarding programs that challenge and engage new hires at various levels of learning.
  • Kirkpatrick’s Four Levels of Evaluation: HR teams can use this framework to gather data on new hires’ reactions to onboarding, assess the learning that takes place during the onboarding process, observe changes in behavior as a result of onboarding, and measure the overall impact of onboarding on business outcomes.
  • The ADDIE Model: HR teams can use this framework to guide the creation of an onboarding program, ensuring that it is well-designed and aligns with the goals and needs of the organization.
  • The Bloom’s Taxonomy of Learning: HR teams can use this framework to design onboarding activities that challenge and engage new hires at different levels of learning, helping to ensure that onboarding is an effective learning experience.

At the end of this session, participants will have gained a comprehensive understanding of how to measure the effectiveness of their onboarding program and identify areas for improvement. They will have learned about various frameworks and tools that can be used to gather and analyze data on onboarding and will have had the opportunity to apply these concepts through practical exercises. Participants will be well-equipped to design and evaluate their organization’s onboarding program to ensure that it is set up for success and helps new hires thrive in their roles.