Confronting Poor Performance

confronting poor performance

Do you manage people? If so then I want to let you know that I just launched a new, state-of-the-art video training course entitled: Performance Management: Confronting Poor Performing Employees.

Many business owners, leaders, managers, and supervisors do a poor job of confronting problem behavior. They ignore or side-step sensitive issues hoping they’ll go away (they don’t) or they come across in an angry and blaming way which creates a negative, adversarial work environment. Learning to talk candidly, firmly, and yet respectfully to poor performing people is one of the most important skills that a leader in any size organization can learn.

And as a thank-you for your subscription to my blog, I’m offering the course free to the first 10 people to enroll. Click here for your free coupon to get started. My request, for offering the course for free, is that you leave a review as you’re prompted to do so.

The course includes 1.5 hours of on-demand video, four supplemental resources, access on mobile devices, lifetime access, downloadable audio files, and a certificate of completion.

By enrolling in the course, you will:

  • Gain a greater understanding of the importance of clear expectations in creating a high performance organization
  • Establish or clarify expectations for those whom you lead
  • Learn the 7 steps and a set of guidelines for confronting non-conforming behavior and holding people accountable
  • Develop confidence in using this skill
  • Know how this skill fits within the framework of a formal disciplinary process
  • Watch me demonstrate the skill in a number of case-studies
  • Think through how you will apply this skill to the people you manage

So click here to learn this critical leadership skill.


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