So much can transpire in the first days of a new job. It can be a scary time for new hires, and how management handles these trepidations can make all the difference in regards to whether the new employee is successful and whether he or she chooses to stay with the company.
Most companies work extra hard to put good leaders in place, not only at the very top of the company but also in all the departments, divisions, and other segments where strong leadership is essential to company growth.
How do you learn? Most of us grew up in an environment where we sat in straight rows at neat little desks, listening to teachers ramble on about the topic of the moment. If we were lucky, we had instructors that were engaging. But, conversely, many of us endured long stretches of boredom in stuffy classrooms. Learning became a sort-of spectator sport, where we watched and listened, memorizing endless lists of dates and other trivia, our patience tested to the limit.