Your First Year

Your First Year

Administrators & Staff

From Six to Twelve Months

At this point in time, you should feel fully engaged in your new role. You’re able to utilize your skills and knowledge, make sound decisions, contribute to team goals, and understand how your assignments affect others in the organization. You’ve developed effective working relationships and have a strong understanding of HCC’s mission and culture.

Talent Engagement Orientation Resources

Schedule, Job Duties, and Expectations

  • Celebrate the successes of your contributions.
  • Continue to seek regular informal feedback; prepare for formal feedback during the annual review.
  • Have a conversation with your manager about your experience at HCC to date:
    • Is the role what you expected?
    • Are your skills and knowledge being fully utilized and are there ways to better utilize them? What’s working well, what could work better?
    • Do you need additional support or resources?
    • Begin discussing the year ahead.


Socialization

  • Consider participating on either a departmental or Center of Excellence committee or cross-functional team.
  • Provide feedback and suggestions on ways to enhance the onboarding experience. What might improve this process for new employees?


Training & Development

  • Discuss your job essential skills areas and identify relevant learning opportunities.
  • Discuss your professional development goals and identify relevant learning opportunities

 

Faculty

From Six to Twelve Months

At this point in time, you should feel fully engaged in your new role. You’re able to utilize your skills and knowledge, make sound decisions, contribute to team goals, and understand how your assignments affect others in the organization. You’ve developed effective working relationships and have a strong understanding of HCC’s mission and culture.

Just-In-Time Orientation (JITO) is a set of professional development resources designed to help faculty to quickly become acclimated to HCC, offering an overview of policies and procedures, and teaching resources that are critical to effective service both administratively and in the classroom during your first year at HCC.

Talent Engagement Orientation Resources

Schedule, Job Duties, and Expectations

  • Celebrate the successes of your contributions.
  • Continue to seek regular informal feedback; prepare for formal feedback during the annual review.
  • Have a conversation with your department chair about your experience at HCC to date:
    • Is the role what you expected?
    • Are your skills and knowledge being fully utilized and are there ways to better utilize them? What’s working well, what could work better?
    • Do you need additional support or resources?
    • Begin discussing the year ahead.


Socialization

  • Consider participating on either a departmental or Center of Excellence committee or cross-functional team.
  • Provide feedback or suggestions on ways to enhance the onboarding experience. What might improve this process for new employees?


Professional Development

  • Discuss your job essential skills areas and identify relevant learning opportunities.
  • Discuss your professional development goals and identify relevant learning and growth opportunities.

 

Instructional Leaders

From Six to Twelve Months

At this point in time, you should feel fully engaged in your new role. You’re able to utilize your skills and knowledge, make sound decisions, contribute to team goals, and understand how your assignments affect others in the organization. You’ve developed effective working relationships and have a strong understanding of HCC’s mission and culture.

Talent Engagement Orientation Resources

Schedule, Job Duties, and Expectations

  • Celebrate the successes of your contributions.
  • Continue to seek regular informal feedback; prepare for formal feedback during the annual review.
    • Have a conversation with your manager about your experience at HCC to date:
    • Is the role what you expected?
    • Are your skills and knowledge being fully utilized and are there ways to better utilize them? What’s working well, what could work better?
    • Do you need additional support or resources?
    • Begin discussing the year ahead.


Socialization

  • Consider participating on either a departmental or Center of Excellence committee or cross-functional team.
  • Provide feedback and suggestions on ways to enhance the onboarding experience. What might improve this process for new employees?


Professional Development

  • Discuss your job essential skills areas and identify relevant learning opportunities.
  • Discuss your professional development goals and identify relevant learning opportunities