Lilith Christiansen

Lilith Christiansen, vice president, onboarding solutions, brings more than 20 years of consulting experience to SilkRoad, having established a reputation as an industry expert, author, and speaker. At SilkRoad, Lilith leads a team dedicated to partnering with SilkRoad customers to develop world-class strategic onboarding practices and programs that transform their employee experiences and drive business outcomes. The onboarding solutions team helps organizations build better employee experiences and drive retention by connecting all the onboarding experiences throughout the employee lifecycle. Prior to joining SilkRoad, Lilith served as vice president of the organizational development practice group at Kaiser Associates, coleading deep analytical and business performance perspective projects to help leading companies succeed against organizational development challenges. She coauthored the best-selling business book "Successful Onboarding," one of the first books to outline methodologies for creating strategic onboarding programs on a global scale to unlock hidden values from talent bases.

The Innovators April 19, 2019
5 Methods to Engage, Retain, and Ready Your Employees During Workforce Transformation

Technologies like machine learning, automation, and artificial intelligence are here, and they are causing massive digital disruption in the business world. As some jobs are destroyed, new jobs are created, and still more are changed dramatically, McKinsey Global Institute projects as many as 375 million workers may need to switch occupational categories by 2030. While HR leaders are not...

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Inside Recruiting April 1, 2019
It's Not How You Recruit, It's How You Onboard: 6 Ways Your Employee Experience Needs to Change

Nearly half of employers say it is taking them longer to fill jobs today than at any other period in the post-industrial era, and 60 percent of employers directly attribute this fact to a tough hiring environment, according to a 2018 survey by Harris Poll, SilkRoad Technology, and CareerBuilder. In a competitive market — where 51 percent of employees continue to apply to positions...

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