“Onboarding: A Strategic Partner Model for Bringing About Cultural Change”

Tuesday, March 19 | 1:00-2:00 p.m. ET

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Onboarding for new employees is a rapidly developing functional area of HR. A successful onboarding program sets new employees up for success by helping them reach higher levels of productivity faster, and increases employee retention and engagement. Reaching these goals requires HR to go beyond the traditional approach of conducting orientation and instead to be a strategic partner to the institution.

In this webinar, you’ll learn how the University of Colorado Boulder’s HR department was able to partner strategically with other departments on campus and act as a change agent through the implementation of a year-long comprehensive onboarding program. You’ll also explore how this onboarding model can bring about a culture shift by creating a sense of ownership at all levels of the institution.


  • Chrissy Harrison
    Onboarding Manager, Department of Human Resources

    University of Colorado

This webinar has been preapproved for 1.0 general credit hours by the HR Certification Institute and SHRM.
You will receive your recertification hours by attending the live event and completing the evaluation.

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