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In Person Training is back starting in May. We will continue to offer Live Online Workshops as well. Select the "In Person" or "Live Online" Category below to find the training option that works best for you.

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This workshop can be taken as a stand-alone workshop or as part of the Foundational Leadership Certificate Series.  Just exactly where does that buck stop?  Good managers know how to delegate, but it can be a challenge to manage employees who are more interested in passing the buck than being responsible for it. The resulting lack of ownership and responsibility can bog down processes and shut down projects.  Learn how to marry expectations to results in “Accountability: Stop the Blame Game.” This workshop will help you create a game plan for building a culture of accountability with your team—starting at the top—and teach you how to design and use agreements with your team.  Learning Objectives Define three critical elements: responsibility, empowerment and accountability, and how they work together to create results Learn how to design and use clear agreements that provide clarity — knowing exactly who is responsible for what and when to get the job done  Discuss and gain skills for holding yourself — and others — accountable for results, no matter how things turn out  Become aware of where you are in the accountability game...what you do well, and what may need some attention Create a game plan for building a culture of accountability with your team Who Should Attend Supervisors, Managers Team Leads Individual Contributors Group discount:  Enter code ACC110321 when registering 3 or more attendees to receive a 15% discount. When Wednesday, November 3, 2021 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM Where Live Online Fee includes all training materials.  Read More

This workshop can be taken as a stand-alone workshop or as part of the Foundational Leadership Certificate Series.  Just exactly where does that buck stop?  Good managers know how to delegate, but it can be a challenge to manage employees who are more interested in passing the buck than being responsible for it. The resulting lack of ownership and responsibility can bog down processes and shut down projects.  Learn how to marry expectations to results in “Accountability: Stop the Blame Game.” This workshop will help you create a game plan for building a culture of accountability with your team—starting at the top—and teach you how to design and use agreements with your team.  Learning Objectives Define three critical elements: responsibility, empowerment and accountability, and how they work together to create results Learn how to design and use clear agreements that provide clarity — knowing exactly who is responsible for what and when to get the job done  Discuss and gain skills for holding yourself — and others — accountable for results, no matter how things turn out  Become aware of where you are in the accountability game...what you do well, and what may need some attention Create a game plan for building a culture of accountability with your team Who Should Attend Supervisors, Managers Team Leads Individual Contributors Group discount:  Enter code ACC113021 when registering 3 or more attendees to receive a 15% discount. When Tuesday, November 30, 2021 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM Where King of Prussia, PA 234 Mall Boulevard Suite G-50 King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406 Fee includes all training materials, morning beverage & box lunch. Read More

This workshop will give  you an overview of the laws and policies governing workplace harassment.  You’ll learn to recognize what is and is not appropriate behavior and your role in maintaining a respectful and productive workplace. Objectives An overview of workplace harassment and discrimination laws Clear definitions of unlawful harassment, “hostile work environment”, discrimination, and protected categories An overview of sexual harassment, workplace retaliation, and the complaint procedure Explain that your company prohibits unlawful harassment and retaliation, review your complaint procedure Real world examples to help employees understand the differences between unlawful harassment and lawful workplace interactions and to help them assess whether they need to modify their workplace conduct Who Should Attend New hires that missed your company-wide Harassment training When Thursday, November 4, 2021 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Where Webinar Read More

This workshop will give  you an overview of the laws and policies governing workplace harassment.  You’ll learn to recognize what is and is not appropriate behavior and your role in maintaining a respectful and productive workplace. Objectives An overview of workplace harassment and discrimination laws Clear definitions of unlawful harassment, “hostile work environment”, discrimination, and protected categories An overview of sexual harassment, workplace retaliation, and the complaint procedure Explain that your company prohibits unlawful harassment and retaliation, review your complaint procedure Real world examples to help employees understand the differences between unlawful harassment and lawful workplace interactions and to help them assess whether they need to modify their workplace conduct Who Should Attend New hires that missed your company-wide Harassment training When Wednesday, December 1, 2021 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Where Webinar Read More

This workshop will help you fully understand the laws and policies governing workplace harassment, recognize what is and is not appropriate behavior and, most importantly, understand what your role as a manager is in maintaining a workplace free of harassment. Objectives An overview of workplace harassment and discrimination laws Clear definitions of unlawful harassment, “hostile work environment”, discrimination, unlawful retaliation, and protected categories An overview of sexual harassment, workplace retaliation, and the complaint procedure The supervisor’s (or manager’s) key role in preventing harassment, discrimination, and retaliation claims, and reducing liability exposure for the company Real world examples to test managers’ knowledge, highlight the differences between unlawful harassment and lawful workplace interactions, and to highlight what managers should look for as a “red flag” that conduct may need to be investigated Who Should Attend Managers that missed your company-wide Harassment training When Thursday, November 4, 2021 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Where Webinar Read More

This workshop will help you fully understand the laws and policies governing workplace harassment, recognize what is and is not appropriate behavior and, most importantly, understand what your role as a manager is in maintaining a workplace free of harassment. Objectives An overview of workplace harassment and discrimination laws Clear definitions of unlawful harassment, “hostile work environment”, discrimination, unlawful retaliation, and protected categories An overview of sexual harassment, workplace retaliation, and the complaint procedure The supervisor’s (or manager’s) key role in preventing harassment, discrimination, and retaliation claims, and reducing liability exposure for the company Real world examples to test managers’ knowledge, highlight the differences between unlawful harassment and lawful workplace interactions, and to highlight what managers should look for as a “red flag” that conduct may need to be investigated Who Should Attend Managers that missed your company-wide Harassment training When Wednesday, December 1, 2021 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Where Webinar Read More

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