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Onboarding - Protect your Investment and Position Your Leader for Success
Presented by ClearRock
Ramping up new leaders quickly is the best way to ensure early wins and the likelihood of success. Onboarding starts before they walk in the door. Human Resource leaders, managers and mentors play a key role in helping new employees accelerate and enrich their time to productivity and transition smoothly in their new roles and your culture.
Consider these statistics:
- 40% of new executives fail within first 18 months and this has been consistent for the past 15 years.
- According to The Corporate Education Board, effective onboarding helps leaders reach their potential 9 months faster. Additionally, direct reports are 15% more effective and 21% less prone to attrition when leaders are clear about organizational objectives and what and how the work they do with their team links to these goals.
- Outside hires take twice as long to ramp up as a leader promoted from within. Approximately 70% of peers and managers are underprepared and /or unavailable to support new-to-role leaders.
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Ellie Eckhoff, Vice President of Business Development, ClearRock
Ellie is an accomplished coach and consultant with experience in corporate learning and development, leadership coaching, career management and sales and marketing. Her career spans more than 20 years working with companies across the spectrum of pharmaceutical and medical devices industries, with diverse, multifunctional experience in Fortune 500, mid-size, and start-up organizations.
Ellie brings a seasoned leadership presence and judgment, which has earned her the reputation of being a trusted coach and advisor to senior leaders, particularly when making critical talent and business decisions.
At ClearRock, Ellie consults with companies across a spectrum of industries to coach and develop leaders and executive teams and consults with Human Resources to link critical talent decisions to business drivers.
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