Are you looking for ways to to take your team to the next level? This 3-hour course helps you develop the skills you need to lead and inspire effectively so you can develop a team of top performing employees.
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Are you looking for ways to to take your team to the next level?
This 3-hour course helps you develop the skills you need to lead and inspire effectively so you can develop a team of top performing employees.
You'll learn how to challenge and motivate each staff member within your firm; how to handle common performance problems; and how to create effective workplace guidelines and manuals.
How to Get Top Performance From Your Staff will teach you crucial people management skills to maximize your practice's performance through building a highly efficient and enthusiastic team.
You will learn how to:
- Create and implement a performance management plan
- Create clear position descriptions to clarify expectations
- Delegate and act like a leader
- Get bursts of performance for situations when results must be turned out quickly
- Develop sustainable performance for both individuals and teams
- Recruit and retain motivated employees
- Understand the difference between discipline and performance management
- Deal with problem employees
ARIDO, CMA, IDCEC, OAA, AAA
Who Should Attend:
- Owners, principals, or partners in firms looking to grow and add value to the practice
- Senior associates looking to enhance their management skills
- Prerequisites & Certificates
Registration includes detailed workshop manual
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