Onboarding That Aligns with Your Mission

Having a solid mission statement can make any onboarding process a million times better.

When you’ve got a clear foundational rock with a mission that is so strong and compelling, the next step is to take it to each team member and say “how does your role contribute to the mission”? If someone in your organization doesn’t understand how the work they do contributes to that mission, they’re not going to be as interested in how they do it. They won’t be as aligned with the ideas behind the work.  

It’s often been said that there are no small parts and I believe this is true of any organization. Whoever you are, wherever you are in the chain of command, your role must reflect the mission as a whole. When you have an organization that’s on the same page morally and fundamentally, there’s no limit to what you can accomplish.   

The onboarding process should be more than just logistics. It should be a warm welcome and a thorough introduction to what your company is. With the people-first method, the onboarding process can be less of a formality and more of a celebration. Establish your solid mission statement and build up your noble team members!      

Watch my video or pick up your copy of People First to learn more about Onboarding That Aligns with Your Mission. Or if you prefer, we can get personal! Let’s chat and discuss how to best pivot your organization to being people first. Book a call today, my treat.        

No matter where you are today, re-prioritizing your business and switching to a people-first mindset is the way to push to the next level. The first step? Recognizing that to grow your business, you’ve got to grow your people.

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About Amy Lafko

As a Physical Therapist, Amy spent years in school learning best practices for patient care and how to put the patient first. Like so many technically skilled clinicians, she advanced to a leadership role. Spending 20+ years in operational leadership, she had an epiphany: Putting the customer first isn’t the path to success or fulfillment. Rather, the most successful organizations and practices put their people first – and exceptional customer care, profitability, and effectiveness naturally followed.