SUPERVISING DIFFICULT EMPLOYEES
Thursday, August 15, 2013 from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM (CDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Human Resource Staff, Supervisors, Managers, Business Owners, C-Level Team
Failure to confront poor performance and inappropriate workplace behaviors increases stress, hampers production and devastates morale. Supervising difficult employees consumes energy, time, and money.
People in a supervisory position often have not been taught the critical management skills needed to effectively deal with difficult employees. Skills they can use to take charge, correct inappropriate behaviors and encourage positive employee growth.
This program defines concrete management skills and behavioral principles that will improve your ability to confront, control and harness harmful employee behaviors, improve performance and accountability.
This is a high impact, skill building program designed to facilitate organizational change. It was developed for those in a supervisory or team leadership position and for senior level managers committed to sharpening their skills. Senior management staff are encouraged to attend with their team.
Registration: $149 per person
$129 per person for 3 or more from the same organization.
Innovative Training Solutions That Works.
Space Is Limited. Register Today.
Key Session Topics
- Core Behavioral Principles
- Setting Limits & Establishing Boundaries
- Critical Harnessing Skills
- Conquering Fear, Doubt & Disbelief
- Moving From Chaos To Stability
- Conducting The Informing Interview
- Are You The Problem?
- Educating VS Terminating
Produced & Presented By
Strategic Solutions by Ron Ross
Continuing Education Productions, Inc.