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Developing Work Relationships Individuals build their relationships with colleagues and peers to increase personal success and team collaboration. This course bundle includes the following bite sized mobile ready courses: Working with a Diverse Team Evaluate how well you work with individuals with different perspectives and expertise   Build your Network Build relationships with colleagues to learn about their role, skills and expertise   Empathy for Others Assess the level of empathy you show others   Share Your Knowledge and Expertise Increase your willingness to share your knowledge and expertise with others   Recognize Your Peers Recognize your peers for their contributions and accomplishments   Building Trust with Others Build trust with others by building relationships with your colleagues   Balance Conflicting Customer Priorities Balance the conflicting priorities of different customers   Additional Courses These courses are part of the Leading Teams Learning Track. If you’d like to add to your development experience, consider selecting additional titles from this Learning Track: Developing Work Relationships   Creating Great Teamwork   Conflict Management Skills Read More

This workshop can be taken as a stand-alone workshop or as part of the Advanced Leadership Series. If only managing discipline in the workplace could be as easy as using a time out chair.  When employees act out of hand, supervisors are the first line of defense against claims of improper treatment, discrimination, or even wrongful discharge. And how you handle those claims can make a substantial legal difference.  In “Discipline & Termination Strategies for Managers” you’ll learn the concept of progressive discipline, how and when to apply corrective actions and what the steps are within the termination process that will help avoid claims of wrongful discharge and/or discrimination. You’ll learn the difference between Employee Relations and Labor Relations, and gain an understanding of the Employment at Will doctrine. Learning Objectives Learn how and when to apply corrective actions and terminations to ensure the actions are legal, fair and consistent Understand the concepts of progressive discipline Learn the steps within the termination process that help to avoid claims of wrongful discharge and/or discrimination Group discount:  Enter code DT101420 when registering 3 or more attendees to receive a 15% discount. Who Should Attend Experienced HR Generalists Employees Identified for Advancement Team Leads When Wednesday, October 14, 2020 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Where King of Prussia, PA 234 Mall Boulevard Suite G-50 King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406 Fee includes all training materials & morning beverage.   Read More

Discussing Total Compensation Managers learn how to discuss compensation issues, rewards, as well as company benefits with individual employees. This course bundle includes the following bite sized mobile ready courses: Market Range Compensation Help employees know what the compensation market range is for their role   Performance and Rewards Discuss with your employees how individual performance impacts rewards and compensation   Linking Performance and Rewards Create a clear link between performance delivered and rewards received   Going Above and Beyond Identify who needs to be rewarded for working hard and going above and beyond what’s required   Benefits Discussion Conduct a benefits discussion with your team   Additional Courses These courses are part of the Developing and Rewarding Others Learning Track. If you’d like to add to your development experience, consider selecting additional titles from this Learning Track: Developing and Coaching Employees   Giving Great Feedback   Discussing Total Compensation Read More

If you believe you tend to overact in stressful situations, then it would certainly benefit you to tackle this issue. Whether you realize it or not, others notice these reactions and behaviors, and may be uncomfortable working with you, especially during challenging situations. If this is the case, it’s not good. Do yourself and your career a favor and work to get your emotions under control. You’ll love being able to better handle stressful situations, and will find this is great for you and great for others. This course provides a process to help assess how you react to stressful situations. Pinpointing the specific actions that may be creating a problem will help you understand exactly what needs to be improved. By completing this course, you will be able to determine if you tend to overreact to stressful and difficult situations. This course has been approved for 1 hour of PDU credit from PMI (Project Management Institute). Read More

You can either ignore change and be left behind, or embrace it and get out in front and lead the parade.  Learn how to lead it in “Driving Change”, a one day seminar for leaders who want to understand how to manage and lead change.  Resistance to change is a predictable reaction, but there’s no real growth without it. In “Driving Change” you’ll learn how to respond to change in a way that enhances collaboration, builds team synergy and increases productivity. In this highly interactive session you’ll also learn to identify the drivers of change that effect most organizations in the 21st century and what works when building a plan of action for change in your own business. Learning Objectives Understand the driving forces behind change Learn strategies to communicate change effectively to guide teams and individuals through the transitions associated with change  Assess yourself to better understand your response to change  Recognize and appreciate the contributions that different responses to change can contribute to team development Identify the drivers of change that effect most organizations in the 21st century  Effectively build a plan of action that produces desired outcomes as you implement change in your organization Who Should Attend Experienced Managers Executives/Owners Group discount:  Enter code DC100820 when registering 3 or more attendees to receive a 15% discount. When Thursday, October 8, 2020 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Where King of Prussia, PA 234 Mall Boulevard Suite G-50 King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406 Fee includes all training materials, assessment & morning beverage. Read More

Let’s talk about your relationship.  Unlike most managers, HR managers have a relationship with every employee in the company. That’s a lot of one-to-one conversation.  Learn how to talk the talk in “Effective Employee Relations, Recognition and Performance Management”. This half-day seminar focuses on the basics of HR-employee relations, including rewards, recognition, appraisal and evaluation, and legal discipline. You’ll learn what a supervisor’s responsibility is for his or her employees and how to understand behavior and motivation in the workplace.  Learning Objectives Review a supervisor’s responsibility to employees Understand human behavior & motivation in the workplace Explore morale and how to use it effectively Utilize types of rewards & recognize behaviors to reward Understand performance management & employee relations Identify types of appraisal & evaluation methods Determine how and when to use various corrective actions Who Should Attend More Experienced HR Professionals (1-5 years experience) PHR Accreditation Those Who have completed Level I Series Group discount:  Enter code EER111820 when registering 3 or more attendees to receive a 15% discount. When Wednesday, November 18, 2020 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Where King of Prussia, PA 234 Mall Boulevard Suite G-50 King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406 Fee includes all training materials & morning beverage. Read More

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