Employee development templates
Use this collection to help you nail employee onboarding, development, and retention.
About this collection
Employee development is about more than promotions: it’s about setting employees up for success on day one, identifying opportunities to help them grow, and checking in regularly to make sure they feel supported. Use the templates in this collection to help employees make the most of their first 90 days on the job, hone their strengths and build new skills, and give underperforming employees the tools they need to find their way.
How to use this collection
Create a 90-day plan to help new hires get up to speed and succeed in their new role.
Step 1. Set employees up to thrive
Career development starts in the first 90 days of a new job. That’s when employees learn the ropes, pick up a company’s values, and establish relationships that will serve them throughout their career. A good 90-day plan gives new hires the structure, guidance, and resources they need to succeed. Our 90-day plan template will help you onboard employees effectively, so they’ll be ready to take off running in no time flat.View template →
Career development plan
Create a development plan to help employees grow and achieve their professional goals.
Step 2. Level up your people power
Invest in your employees and help them define a career path within your organization, so you can benefit from their talent and drive. Our career development plan template helps employees build on strengths, improve in growth areas, and achieve their professional goals.View template →
Performance improvement plan
Create a performance improvement plan to give employees a chance to address performance problems.
Step 3. Fix problems fast
If an employee isn’t delivering, they may need help to turn things around. A performance improvement plan allows you to define expectations clearly and give employees the guidance they need to get their work on track. Our performance improvement plan template provides you with the framework you need to describe problems, identify achievable objectives, and support employees as they make necessary changes to behavior or performance.View template →