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Spark team communication on the complimentary skills that each person brings to the team that will help us to solve problems.

How to handle the possibility of union organization

Our decisions and actions need a firm foundation. Think of it this way. If you are building a house, you know the foundation has to be secure. Otherwise, cracks form. Water comes in. The rest of the house can shift, suffer damage. This short strategic planning primer gives simple steps to starting a plan.

#2 ID:1508 Topic: Problem Resolution Learning Path: Leadership Type: Trainer Resource Industry Settings: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail Other Topics: Management, Collaboration

Helping a sales team member resolve an issue.

#3 ID:604 Topic: Sales & Service Learning Path: Personal Performance Type: Video Vignettes Industry Settings: Office & General, Retail Other Topics: Communication, Sales, Problem Resolution

A demonstration of how to use problem-solving skills to help resolve an issue with a sales team member.

#4 ID:605 Topic: Sales & Service Learning Path: Personal Performance Type: Video Vignettes Industry Settings: Office & General, Retail Other Topics: Communication, Sales, Problem Resolution

Understanding all three steps of an easy-to-use problem-solving model - A.C.. E. in Action.

#5 ID:22 Topic: Interpersonal Skills Learning Path: Personal Performance Type: Video Vignettes Industry Setting: Office & General Other Topics: Change, Communication, Leadership, Problem Resolution Closed Captioned

You’ve clearly communicated expectations, delivered at least a couple of verbal warnings, and even a written warning. If the employee has not yet improved, the next action to take is a last chance option. This could be many things; including another written warning or suspension or time off with pay.

When dealing with a performance challenge from this point forward creating written notes regarding your conversations becomes critical.

When evaluating performance challenges, don’t assume anything! Do your homework and get the all the facts you can. Have personal knowledge of the performance issue. Don’t rely on allegations, rumors or information provided to you.

A straightforward, yet entertaining approach to delivering the message that dealing with employee performance challenges is rarely easy or quick. But not taking effective actions can be damaging and more time-consuming—not to mention the lost product

#9 ID:804 Topic: Communication Learning Paths: Leadership, Personal Performance Type: Complete Programs Industry Setting: Office & General Other Topics: Leadership, Assessing Performance, Problem Resolution Seat Time: 21 Minutes

When an employee doesn’t do what he or she said she could or would do, move to the first formal step of progressive discipline, a verbal warning. The verbal warning is a discussion where you let the employee know what specific behavior is unacceptable and that it has to stop.

When an employee has responded well to your corrective discussion, it doesn’t end there. Take time to hold regular performance discussions with all employees all the time. Conversations like these will save you time, improve productivity and increase employee morale.

Of all the things we do, dealing with and resolving our employee performance challenges are among our most difficult responsibilities.

#12 ID:1865 Topic: Communication Learning Paths: Leadership, Personal Performance Type: Video Vignettes Industry Setting: Office & General Other Topics: Leadership, Assessing Performance, Problem Resolution

Progressive discipline is really a matter of following a series of planned actions when dealing with employee performance issues or infractions of company policy. The actions intensify in seriousness if the employee continues to fail to meet job expectations and standards.

Typically, it's best to assume that an employee is not purposefully performing less than expected. He/she may simply need clarification of what’s expected, some additional guidance, or to understand the importance of following policy and meeting expectations. Generally, most performance challenges can be resolved during this second action, the corrective discussion.

Dealing with angry and defensive behavior that is directed toward you is difficult, to say the least. The best strategy is to sit back and listen. Let the other person get it all out. As tough as it is, don’t respond in kind.

Ethics violations put the company and our work at risk. We count on you to conduct yourself with integrity and to help influence others to also act with honesty and professionalism. This course teaches a simple process when you notice a co-worker violating the code of business ethics.

#16 ID:1372 Topic: Ethics Learning Path: Personal Performance Type: eLearning - LearningBytes® Industry Settings: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail Other Topics: Compliance, Professionalism, Problem Resolution Course Level: Foundational Seat Time: 10 Minutes

Once you’ve reached the last chance option with an employee, expectations and consequences have been clearly communicated. Now it’s time to draw a conclusion. Does the employee have the right skills and/or motivation?

#17 ID:1876 Topic: Communication Learning Paths: Leadership, Personal Performance Type: Video Summary Industry Settings: Healthcare, Office & General Other Topics: Leadership, Assessing Performance, Problem Resolution

The longer we allow employee performance issues to continue, the more we put productivity and the effectiveness of our department, team or organization at risk.

It isn’t easy to experience loss, whether our loss is business-related, financial, or personal in nature. Most of us learned quite recently, for example, that the stock market giveth, and the stock market most definitely taketh away. Our response to a loss such as this can make or break us.

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