Live Webinar: November 14, 2012, 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. ET
NSC Members: $99.00 per viewing site
Non-members: $119.00 per viewing site
Have you been faced with asking employees to make a change only to meet with resistance? Are you sometimes challenged by employees who see things differently than you do? Do you feel that you’re not getting your message across? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then this Webinar is for you. You will learn how to keep your employees achieving at peak levels, apply positive reinforcement, and find out how to deal with people-related challenges that safety managers often face on a regular basis. If your success depends upon moving employees from “no” to “yes” through engagement from everyone on your team, then don’t miss this event, packed with the best leadership strategies that work!
Webinar attendees will learn how to:
• Coach employees who need to make a change for the better
• Define expectations and delegate the objective, not the procedure
• Remove barriers to communication by being aware of what you may be doing to discourage communication
• Deliver high impact feedback without bruising egos and making matters worse
• Help new employees get off to a great start by making them feel important, accepted and secure
• Advise and guide by involving the team for decisions that directly impact them, rather than dictate how things should be done
• Turn underachievers into productive team members
Carol Hacker is President of Hacker & Associates, headquartered in Atlanta, GA, where she works with organizations throughout North America to build a chain of evidence that demonstrates the value of effective training and management practices. Her goal is to help safety managers, HR professionals, team leaders and business owners meet their leadership and training challenges. Over 500,000 participants have benefited from her customized events. Her clients range from small businesses to Fortune 100 companies and also include government agencies, colleges and universities, and not-for-profit. Carol is the author of 14 books, scores of audio CDs and over 400 published articles.