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    While researching for this blog, I spoke with many practice employees who said their onboarding and early training was less than desirable. “I basically had a book thrown at me and was told to read it and take quizzes,” was one disturbing response that stood out to me in particular.

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    New employee training lays the foundation for the success of someone’s career and is a responsibility that should not be taken lightly. You are a mentor, not a manual. Training methods should be more hands-on and focus on the reason why things are done a certain way, not just simply how things are done. Focusing on the “why” instills the importance of learning in your culture that focuses on the individual and empowers them to make decisions. It also shows that you care about their success both now and in the future.

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    Konrad Billetz
    Konrad Billetz is the co-founder and CEO of Frameri Eyewear.


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