An effective leader is able to shape the performance of many "diamonds in the rough". Turning less than desirable performance to acceptable and that to superior performance is a most satisfying experience for any one who acts in a leadership capacity.
- Course Outline
Leading a perfect team is a dream, not always a reality. In many situations there is a need to work with employees who lack either commitment or interest in their job. These employees will demonstrate their feelings through ineffective performance, a lack of performance or totally unacceptable performance. An effective leader is able to shape the performance of many "diamonds in the rough". Turning less than desirable performance to acceptable and acceptable performance to superior performance is a most satisfying experience for any one who acts in a leadership capacity.
Participants Will Learn To:
- Motivate and inspire staff to reach goals
- Evaluate performance objectively
- Provide negative feedback without arousing defensiveness
- Conduct productive coaching sessions
1. Motivating Others To Perform:
- 4 Factors That Affect Job Performance
- 7 Motivational practices
- Coaching To Gain Employee Commitment
- Providing Performance Feedback Artfully
- Motivating Marginal Performers
- Overcoming Resistance To Change
- Reducing Resentment
- What To Do When The First Approach Doesn’t Work
- Prerequisites & Certificates
Certificate of completion
- Cancellation Policy
Cancellations with less than four weeks' notice are subject to the full fee. Participant substitutions can be made at any time.
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