Congratulations on getting a new job! You've worked very hard to get to this point - writing all of those resumes, networking with all of those people, preparing (and nailing) all of those job interviews, and staying strong throughout the entire thing.
And, your hard work paid off! You've impressed this company enough that it's willing to take a chance on you. The people who work there believe in you. Now, it's your job to exceed their expectations and show them you are well-worth the investment.
If you're able to do that, you'll fast-track yourself for success, promotions, and great opportunities.
The number one reason new employees fail in the first 90 days is because they assume it's the employer's job to train them for their new job. You are a business of one. You are a service provider for your employer. That means, they expect YOU to take ownership of the onboarding process. They expect YOU to hit the ground running. They expect YOU to establish yourself in the company. They expect YOU to define your gaps in knowledge. All of that is on YOU. As an employee of the company, that is what you're being PAID to do.
And, if you DON'T take control of that process, you're going to fall behind very quickly and risk your future at that company.
In this course, we're going to breakdown EXACTLY what you need to do to hit the ground running at your new job and fast-track your way to a promotion.
Why should you take control of this process and train yourself? Here are a few great reasons.
Reason #1: You're unique.
While some companies make the effort to train you, most companies do not. And many of the companies that do provide training fail to train new employees effectively because everyone is unique. We're all different and we all have different strengths, weaknesses, learning preferences, interaction styles, and so on. What you need in order to be successful in your new role might be different from the other person who was hired at the same time as you. That's why it's CRITICAL for you, the new employee, to take ownership of the onboarding process so you can focus on the right areas.
Reason #2: You'll stand out.
Another reason to take initiative in the first 90 days and train yourself is that it sets you apart from the rest of the group. It allows you to stand out in a great way to your new employer, which increases your chances of getting promoted faster. So few people are onboarding themselves into their new jobs because they think it's their employer's responsibility. As a result, if YOU take that initiative, you REALLY stand out. You'll be seen as a high performer who clearly understands your value to the company. This is how you're going to set yourself up for success and attract bigger opportunities for yourself.
This course is for people who want to...
Don't buy this course if...
You aren't fully committed to taking ownership of your new role OR you feel completely confident that you can succeed without additional training.
If you're ready to fully commit to onboarding yourself in your new job, this course will give you the tools and guidance you need to do it effectively.
In this course, you will learn how to...
J.T. O'Donnell is the founder and CEO of Work It Daily. She has over 18 years of experience in the development and delivery of HR, employment, recruiting, job search, and career development tools and resources. Her advice and insight have been featured in several publications, including Inc. Magazine, Fast Company, The New York Times, and more.