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Tuesday, May 5, 2020

Addressing Poor Performance – (Included in Propel 2 Series)

Start Date: 5/5/2020 11:30 AM CDT
End Date: 5/5/2020 4:00 PM CDT

Venue Name: MCAKC Knowledge Center

Location:
10955 Lowell Ave, Suite 1050
Overland Park, KS  United States  66210

Event Website: https://www.mcakc.org/liftprojectmanagement

Organization Name: MCAKC

Contact:
Jacki Conn
Email: jconn@mcakc.org
Phone: 913-948-9200

This session is 1 of 8 in the Propel 2 - Leadership Series. Use the button below to register for this series. If you've already registered, click "Add to my Calendar" above to add this session to your calendar.

Addressing Poor Performance

A single employee with chronic performance problems can dominate a leader's time and drag down the productivity and morale of an entire team. This course builds leaders’ skills in handling chronic performance problems. Learn how to document and present a solid case for needed improvement and use effective interaction skills. Leaders identify the steps to take after the performance problem discussion to provide ongoing feedback and support and to determine if it is necessary to impose formal consequences.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this seminar, you will be able to:

  1. Effectively address poor performance in a firm, fair, and consistent manner.
  2. Minimize the impact of chronic performance problems on people, productivity, and profitability.
  3. Provide problem performers with a clear understanding of what they must do to improve and the consequences of failing to do so.
  4. Encourage people to take ownership and accountability for improving their work performance.
Target Audience: Leaders with responsibilities for managing staff.

CEUs: 0.4

Instructor
Jennifer Olberding is a Human Resources professional and an adjunct professor at Johnson County Community College. Jennifer holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from Kansas State University. She has helped create and enhance human resource functions, develop processes, and increase the effectiveness of people and services.