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I work for a small nonprofit. We employ two to three new employees per year, and I would like to inject some energy into our orientation program. Currently, we review the handbook with them and schedule them to meet with IT, accounting and other departments. Unlike with a large group, however, the orientation seems to fall flat. How can I add some sizzle?