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Onboard or Overboard! Employee Retention and Productivity

  • 15 Nov 2018
  • 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
  • Webinar via Zoom

Employees are going overboard, leaving companies at a faster pace than ever before. You work so hard to recruit the right talent and yet 1/3 of employees quit their jobs in just the first six months! One major factor in this is lack of great onboarding. Companies fail to realize the need to reinforce the "buying decision" – yes, onboarding is a key time for new associates to determine if they made the right choice or not.

Join Scott Colehour, Lisa Stortz, and Tonia Morris for a lively discussion and demos from leading organizations that will showcase onboarding to help reinforce the decision of joining your company.

ATTENDEES WILL LEARN:

  • What makes great onboarding
  • When onboarding should start
  • How long should onboarding last
  • What about mentors, coaches, supervisors
  • How onboarding can increase new hire productivity

Don’t let your new recruits jump ship! Register today!

Sponsored by Training Magazine and Allen Interactions, click on HERE! to register for this event through Training Magazine.

ABOUT OUR SPEAKERS: 

SCOTT COLEHOUR


Scott Colehour has been in the e-learning design and development industry for more than 25 years. He is co-founder and solutions architect of Allen Interactions, which builds interactive custom learning solutions to fit organizational and business needs. Scott has participated in the design of over 400 e-learning initiatives. His vast knowledge of instructional interactive design methodologies are rooted in the philosophies of performance and practice-based learning.

Prior to joining Allen Interactions, Scott served Macromedia Inc. in many roles including technical customer support, training developer/instructor, multimedia consultant, tradeshow/conference manager, manager of sales support engineers, and national sales account manager.

Scott also served Authorware Inc. by designing and developing multimedia-based training applications to demonstrate the feasibility of applying multimedia to solve specific corporate performance problems. Prior to his experience with Authorware, Scott was a system analyst/interactive training developer for West Publishing Inc.

LISA STORTZ


Lisa Stortz consults with clients to ensure that performance outcomes align with business objectives. She uses her more than 25 years of experience to continually add value to her relationships. Lisa was formerly a managing director at a top investment firm where she led marketing and was part of several strategic ventures. Prior to coming to Allen Interactions, Lisa led the business development for a leading advertising firm. Lisa is a lifelong learner and turning complex business challenges into meaningful and memorable experiences energizes her. Lisa is currently Strategic Relationship Manager at Allen Interactions, working with top companies to ensuring e-solutions are meeting their business needs.

TONIA MORRIS


Tonia brings workshops and presentations that shine the light of understanding and cooperation to ‘Turn Chaos Into Structure.’ She addresses pressing challenges such as the communication divide, work ethics, employee retention, rewards, and maintaining a positive work environment.

Tonia comes from a human resources background and has researched, collaborated with industry leaders, and led focus groups with hundreds of Millennials to better understand their needs, behaviors, employer expectations, and career desires – and translate that information into working strategies for the new order of working together.

She has worked with organizations in retail, government, education, financial services and information technology to understand the evolving workplace, and replace costly turnover, weak morale and engagement, and a generational disconnect with fresh ideas to help leaders in small-to-medium-size organizations attract, retain, engage, and inspire Millennials in today’s workplace.