Structured Goal Setting For Employee Onboarding | New Report With Voices CEO

Featuring substantial insights and interview extracts from David Ciccarelli, Voices’ CEO, as well as from other reputable CEOs and industry leaders, the report focuses on successful strategies for integrating new employees into a company, and argues that structured goal setting is key.

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Building on the increasing popularity of the 30-60-90 day plan structure in workplaces across America and the globe, builtin’s article furthers the high praise this innovative onboarding process has garnered.

In particular, it turns to Ciccarelli’s wisdom as the leader of a dynamic and innovative creative talent firm at the forefront of the global $104.2 billion dollar creator economy.

Ciccarelli advocates for a clear 30-60-90 day stratified three-month goal structure when management teams and corporate leaders are working with new staff members. He suggests that the more traditional way of asking new employees about their short, medium and long-term goals leads to ambiguity and in the future, miscommunications, mismanagement and missed opportunities.

The CEO also advised that the implementation of the structure must be clear and transparent for it to truly benefit both the new employee and the company. He stated that the premise of developing goals for each passing month should be translated into a coherent one page plan written in bullet points.

In order to further assist leaders and readers of the builtin report, he also shared the current template used by the human resources, recruiting and management teams at Voices.

In light of the great resignation economic trend, builtin and Ciccarelli believe that it is more critical than ever for companies to really get new hires right and to effectively welcome and establish new team members so that they can flourish and ultimately boost a company’s success.

Since its arrival into the creator economy, Voices has rapidly expanded to become the world’s largest voice-over marketplace. They currently operate in over 160 countries.

The company has developed a strong international reputation both for their services and for their forward-thinking way of conducting business. To date, they have worked with some of the world’s largest companies and content producers, including Microsoft, BMW, GoDaddy, Hulu and The Discovery Channel.

As Ciccarelli was quoted in the new 30-60-90 report, “The reason why you want to prioritize the people aspect in the first 30 days is to form those early bonds. If you emphasize the building of the network in the first 30 days, then your new employees know who to go to when they’re faced with a problem or a challenge.”

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