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Mobility Disruptor #3: ‘Sink or Swim’ Mentality to Onboarding




19-Feb-2018

Onboarding is tough, and these stats prove that many new hires and internal transfers need more support than they are currently receiving:

  • 40% of new executives fail in first 18 months.1
  • 60% report it takes 6 months to have full impact in their new role.2
  • Two-thirds of executive transitions are internal moves and 70% of leaders rate their internal transition as difficult.3

When companies leverage an effective onboarding plan, the results are transformational for both the individual and the company. For example, proper onboarding can lead to up to a 40% increase in performance during the onboarding period.3 The initial investment in executive coaching delivers 7x’s the ROI.4

In this 5-minute mini-webinar, you’ll discover best practices for winning at onboarding your relocating talent. Watch now!

1Gartner (formerly Corporate Executive Board) Survey

2Altair Global Momentum Survey 2015

3Internal Hires Need Just as Much Support as External Ones, HBR.com

4PriceWaterhouseCoopers Survey, Executive Coaching – Another Set of Clothes for the Emperor?


Contribution by Lauren Herring.

Lauren is CEO of IMPACT Group and the author of This Side Up! A Simple Guide to Your Successful Relocation. She passionately leads the organization to empower employees and families during times of transition across the globe. Lauren is committed to living out our company’s mission “to make a positive impact, one relationship at a time.” She serves on the Board of the United Way of Greater St. Louis, COCA (the Center of Creative Arts), Junior Achievement and Connections to Success.

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