One of the most rewarding, yet potentially stressful situations is starting a new role. Of course, there is excitement, pride and satisfaction in attaining the role.
However, there are many unknowns and sometimes even fear about what may happen when you start. This is normal, however can be reduced through participation in the CoachStation Role Integration Coaching and Mentoring program.
Are you looking to ensure your new hires are set up for success? The CoachStation Role Integration Coaching (RIC) program designed for employees starting a new role is designed to do just that. Our experienced coaches work with program participants to clarify expectations, focus on the critical first few weeks, provide regular feedback, and encourage questions and feedback.
A recent article by Tribal Habits highlights several key statistics that provide solid evidence of the importance of effective induction and role integration.
Organisations with effective onboarding processes improve their new hire retention rate by 82% and their employee productivity by over 70%.
59% of Australian hiring managers have had an employee resign during their probation period due to poor onboarding processes and 43% lost new employees within the first month of their employment.
We provide the necessary support and resources to help the employee perform their job effectively and foster a culture of continuous learning and improvement. Our program monitors progress and evaluates its effectiveness regularly to ensure that it remains effective and relevant.
A partnership with CoachStation to support your new team members through tailored coaching and related resources will add value to this process, leading to a genuine win-win for all involved.
Participation in the CoachStation RIC program looks like this:
The RIC program provides many benefits. Primarily, there is the opportunity to transition and onboard into the new role with additional support from an external resource and coach. This is designed to work in conjunction with the recruiting organisation and their induction process, enhancing the opportunity for both the employee and new employer.
Coachees participate in two online coaching and mentoring sessions across an 7-week period. The first session is scheduled 1 – 2 weeks prior to starting your role, whilst the second session is scheduled to occur around 3-4 weeks after. Commonly, this might involve identifying a 30-60-90 day plan; specific skill development; developing greater self-awareness and Emotional Intelligence; leadership capability; or similar themes.
The coaching is reinforced through access to our custom eLearning platform, resources, tools and content. Specifically, your RIC program includes:
Support of team members always matters – especially in those crucial first few weeks.
To enrol in our Role Integration Coaching program, contact CoachStation today.