Four Weeks to Work Pre-boarding Experiences

An engaging portfolio of learning experiences that provide provides momentum for a successful performance start on day one. Four Week to Work is a learning experience focused on pre-boarding where understanding, confidence, and momentum are critical for the initial success of the new-hire and manager. Together, the Course and the Playbook create a shared learning path for the new hire and the team they are joining.

Four Weeks to Work PlaybookThe Four Weeks to Work Playbook communicates that the new hire can expect support, and a commitment to learning and development; easing the inevitable transition anxieties.
Four Weeks to Work Pre-boarding Online CourseThe Four Weeks to Work Course presents both the manager and new hire storylines together to enhance understanding by providing perspective on the critical time period from offer acceptance to the first day. 
Four Weeks to Work Pre-boarding TeamBookThe Four Weeks to Work Teambook provides preparation for the organization, the hiring manager, and the team in order to create and support a performance-driven start for the new employee. 

What is a Digital Playbook?

The playbook is a digital-first book which provides an engaging starting point for teams and new hires. The playbook can be accessed on any device with an internet connection. Progress is at an entirely self-directed pace and leveraging an always-on approach, users can reach social channels inside the experience, such as live Twitter feeds, videos, and even suggested readings, playlists, and podcasts.

Read a sample of the playbook (right).

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Expanded Four Weeks to Work Pre-boarding Learning Experience

The Four Weeks to Work Course is a digital learning experience focused on pre-boarding where understanding, confidence, and momentum are critical for the initial success of the new hire, manager and teams. The course is designed for organizations to brand and integrate into their onboarding program and is available now for customization and tailored delivery.

The Four Weeks to Work Course presents both the manager and new hire storylines together to enhance understanding by providing perspective on the critical time period from offer acceptance to the first day (typically four weeks).  Together, the Course and the Playbook create a shared learning path for the new hire and the team they are joining.

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