Your new hire may be lonely, and you may not even realize it. Imagine buying a state-of-the-art piece of equipment for your veterinary practice. You focus on it the first day or week but then forget about it as it sits in a corner. When it comes to a new employee, many practices do the same thing. People are hired and then quickly left to figure out what’s next all on their own.
Aspire founder and leadership consultant Randy Hall provides practical, ready-to-implement ideas that will help your new employees avoid the “loneliness trap” and become fully engaged and integrated members of your team. You will learn three essential steps to develop an onboarding process that starts your new hires off right and sets them up to contribute to your practice’s future. You will also discover how defining expectations and achievements upfront are as vital as connecting over coffee, an in-house scavenger hunt, or a daily five-minute chat.
Hiring is one of the most important aspects of leadership because a practice can never be better than its employees. They determine your level of care and service. They define your practice’s culture and potential. No doubt you have invested a ton of time and effort in the people you hire. Listen to this week’s podcast episode so you can create an onboarding program that prepares your new hire for success! For additional tools and resources to lead change in your practice, check out Aspire’s online courses and blog posts at aspirevet.com