Dealing with Difficult but Talented Government Employees: Stop Bad Behavior
Live Webinar Recording
Recording Price: $199.00
(Includes Proprietary Materials)
Every manager in government has at least one difficult employee to deal with, but what do you do when that employee is also a top performer? How do you intervene with, and eliminate bad behavior? There are specific management strategies you can use to accomplish this. Join us for this 60-minute webinar to discover:
Constructive techniques to change destructive behavior
Proven management strategies to eliminate bad behavior
Tips on collaborating with HR when coaching difficult employees
Tactics to increase accountability with clear standards & boundaries
Dealing with Difficult, but Talented People Federal Workers - Eliminate Egos
Keys to separating "performance" from "attitude"
Questions you should and shouldn't ask to get to the root of the problem
How best to partner with HR so you don't lose an asset on your team
How to Successfully Set Boundaries with Employees: Increase Accountability
How do you decide when enough is enough - regardless of the talent?
When to save employees from their mistakes and when to let them suffer
How to set and communicate clear expectations for behavior improvement
Proven Strategies to Stop Bad Behavior Today!
3 ways to quickly motivate your employees and capture their attention
Effective methods to discuss performance with highly talented employees
Following up - when to do it and how to handle any outcome
Live Q&A - Have your specific difficult employee questions answered!
About The Speaker
Shawn Casemore is the president of Casemore and Company - where he works with leaders who want to increase their influence in the workplace:
For nearly 20 years, Shawn Casemore has been helping organizations improve their operational performance.
Some of his delighted clients include Magna International, Arvin Meritor, Bellwyck Packaging Solutions, and Bruce Power
Shawn is a highly sought after national speaker and writer. His articles have been published in both print and online in several industry publications including "Globe and Mail", "CFO Magazine" and the "Association of Manufacturing"
Discover powerful strategies to eliminate bad behavior, coach talented but difficult federal employees and improve the overall functionality of your government office.