Collaborative approach works best when new staff start
When training new hires, managers need to understand a person’s strengths and weaknesses and work to establish the best learning strategies for him or her. It’s important to conduct an assessment of the individual’s skill set against the expectations of the position. Once you’ve hired and assessed the individual, you need to lay the groundwork for his or her training. Managers should create an initial competency checklist, and build on that to create a training program that includes:
- Daily assigned readings
- Regular mentoring and job shadowing
- Daily assigned homework
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