Survive the 10 Toughest Conversations
Every Supervisor Dreads Webinar
1-Hour CareerTrack Webinar
In today's workplace, many employees seem to be guided only by their own
personal standards. With the variety of personalities and philosophies that are
brought together in any organization, supervisors and managers have a tough job
on their hands. It can be very challenging — even uncomfortable — to confront
employees about certain issues.
You've probably witnessed it yourself. Perhaps one of your colleagues was
dressed inappropriately for work, and you wondered why your manager didn't
directly address the situation immediately. At the time, you thought, "It can't
be that difficult."
Now you are the manager, and you're the one responsible for addressing these
kinds of issues. In your supervisory duties, you realize how uncomfortable and
difficult some conversations can be. And if you find yourself dreading these
conversations or putting them off, you are not alone.
Avoiding a crucial dialogue can cost you and your organization time, energy, and
money. Think about it; for every day that you allow to go by without confronting
an issue, you risk declining productivity and decreased morale within your team,
customer dissatisfaction, and financial and legal trouble for your organization.
If that isn't enough, the stress you feel every day you let the situation
continue is excruciating.
Learn not only how to address these critical situations and endure the toughest
conversations, but also how to end each encounter on a positive note. This
1-hour Webinar will equip you with the communication strategies and
confrontation management skills you need to survive and thrive as a successful
Are you confident that you can perform each of the following objectives?
- I can identify and effectively guide problem
employees to better results.
- I can set quality standards to level the
playing field for development and increased productivity of all employees.
- I understand the challenges each of my
employees are facing and have a plan to help them overcome these obstacles.
- I am prepared to face tough discussions with
confidence, and I know what needs to be said and done.
If you're unsure about even one of these objectives, you need to attend
this program to ensure you are helping your team function at an optimal level.
You'll find this hour to be a worthwhile investment that can help you avoid
costly employee turnover, improve team performance, and eliminate negative
Don't dread confrontation with your employees about their behavior,
attitude, and performance. Gain the skills you need to turn these situations
into opportunities for enhancing employee development, building team morale,
and becoming a better manager.
Who will benefit?
HR managers, department managers and supervisors, anyone who is involved with
employee development and growth, anyone whose position calls for a greater
understanding of the employee development process.
After just one hour with our expert, you will be able to:
- Identify the underlying causes of a difficult situation
- Develop an approach to address difficult conversations that results in a
more consistent, positive outcome
- Keep the conversation moving forward in a positive direction, even when
the subject matter is sensitive
- Plan for possible objection, and prepare to handle it like an expert
- Handle emotions, anger, and tears associated with difficult conversations
- And more!
You and your entire team will benefit from this informative and exciting
1-hour Webinar. Don't continue dreading difficult conversations with
your employees — get great training that will have you earning the respect of
your coworkers and successfully improving your team!
Webinar Start Time: 1-Hour CareerTrack Webinar
2 pm Eastern
1 pm Central
12 pm Mountain
11 am Pacific
10 am Alaskan
9 am Hawaiian
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Webinar Digital Download Only - US $99
Immediately following the Webinar, the
phone line will be opened up to conference participants who wish to submit
questions to our speaker, time permitting.