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How to Lead Persistently Low Performers - Center for Management Development

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How to Lead Persistently Low Performers

Low performers can present significant issues
for the organization and the team.

12 Noon to 1:00 p.m.

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Every department manager, at one point or another, comes face-to-face with the employee that performs below the expected level.  Balancing that low performance with the organizational objectives, and the team dynamics, not only gives you headaches, but they really put their supervisor’s managerial skills to the test.

This one-hour webinar identifies the following causes and proven strategies to help you deal with productivity behavior problems:

  • Three causes of low performance
  • Three options for dealing with low performers
  • Why most performance improvement plans are ineffective
  • How to know when termination is the answer

This one-hour webinar identifies the following causes and proven strategies to help you deal with productivity behavior problems:

  • Three causes of low performance
  • Three options for dealing with low performers
  • Why most performance improvement plans are ineffective
  • How to know when termination is the answer

This seminar is designed for any project leader, team lead, supervisor, manager, or management that find it necessary to get work done through employees who are low performers.  You’re sure to appreciate the refreshing insights given in this one-hour webinar.

Any cancellation submitted with two or less business days notice is subject to a $15 charge on webinars.  

Please contact me if you have any questions Paula.Seiwert@wichita.edu

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