Red Door Interactive
Supporting a Growing Learning Culture
How Red Door Interactive made its onboarding and employee development programs more efficient
San Diego, California
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The Employee Experience team at Red Door Interactive needed to get all of its onboarding programs into a more scalable, trackable system…and quickly. But that was easier said than done: “Initially, I’d gone through the process of trying open source and free tools. I cobbled together various solutions for different sorts of learning for our employees, but none of them answered what we needed,” remarks Kate De Jong, VP of Employee Experience.
Red Door Interactive’s Approach
After an exhaustive search, the Employee Experience team chose Bridge to facilitate its training and development programs. Ms. De Jong and her team, including Lisa Marino, Manager of Employee Experience, began leveraging Bridge to scale Red Door Interactive’s employee development programs. The team focused on strategic initiatives, such as:
Creating Efficiencies by Centralizing Training
The Employee Experience team needed to scale its programs to support a growing team.
Supporting a Culture of Learning
“We are committed to hiring ‘A’ players – people who can come in and make a big difference at Red Door. Through that hiring process, it seems we have naturally selected employees who are learners, achievers, and activators.” comments Ms. De Jong.
How Red Door Interactive Measures Success
“At Red Door Interactive, the idea of learning and development and career advancement are woven into the fabric of our culture,” commented Ms. De Jong. To help support this culture, the team focuses on a few critical goals:
Pivot to Support Business Needs
For the Employee Experience team, being able to pivot training and development toward company needs is imperative.
Ensure Adoption of Company Culture
While the Red Door Employee Experience team supports all kinds of initiatives that foster employee engagement, they know that success of the company largely relies on employees that feel an ownership and genuine connections in the company. Therefore, a main focus of the team is to ensure new employees get off to a great start.
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