Letting employees know they’re not performing at expected levels can be awkward and stressful. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Managers and supervisors can facilitate performance improvement conversations without the angst.

In the Supportive Accountability Leadership™ Model, performance improvement conversations are not designed to “get rid” of people; they’re intended to identify what the employee needs to be successful.

In this ½-day workshop, leaders delve into collaborative communication to engage employees and help them improve their quality, efficiency, and productivity.

Time Commitment:

4 hours, including a 15-minute break

Learning Objectives:

Managers and supervisors will:

  • Learn to read verbal and nonverbal cues to identify each employee’s communication style, discover their own style, and adapt their approach accordingly
  • Understand and apply best practices for performance improvement conversations
  • Plan their approach and facilitate collaborative and productive dialogue
  • Analyze the support employees need to improve their performance and achieve success

Who Should Attend:

  • New and emerging managers and supervisors
  • Experienced managers and supervisors seeking to refine their skills in leading effective performance improvement conversations

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