Managing Poor Performance

Managers need to know what tools to use, and when to use them, when managing poor performance. Their goal is to ensure poor performers understand how they are doing, and work with them to get them back on track. Managers also need to understand when poor performance becomes a discipline problem and how to act accordingly.

In this workshop, you will learn what constitutes poor performance; understand the role of the manager in managing performance; learn a three-step model to manage poor performance; and review tools necessary to manage performance.

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  • Audience
  • Instructor
  • What is poor performance?

  • What level of performance can you expect?

  • Why does poor performance persist?

  • What is the role of the manager or supervisor in managing poor performance?

  • Work with a three-step model to manage poor performance

  • Review Feedback, coaching and progressive discipline

  • Create an action plan to work with an employee who exhibits poor performance

  • Staff / Team Leads
  • Supervisors
  • Managers / Executives
  • Project Managers

Steve Lemmex has over 30 years experience in training and consulting, and currently develops and instructs Project Management and Management Skills programs throughout the United States and Canada, as well as in Europe and Asia. He has worked in two North American-wide training organizations, and on contract for several large US-based training companies. He is a certified Myers Briggs Facilitator and a Project Management Professional (PMP).

Steve’s clients have included Fortune 500 companies (IBM, Verizon, Sprint, Symantec, Wells Fargo) as well as large organizations such as Atomic Energy of Canada, the National Research Council, the US Federal Reserve Bank, US Justice Department, Chicago Stock Exchange, and America’s Armed Forces.

Steve holds a Bachelors Degree and a masters in Business Administration.

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Managers need to know what tools to use, and when to use them, when managing poor performance. Their goal is to ensure poor performers understand how they are doing, and work with them to get them back on track. Managers also need to understand when poor performance becomes a discipline problem and how to act accordingly.

In this workshop, you will learn what constitutes poor performance; understand the role of the manager in managing performance; learn a three-step model to manage poor performance; and review tools necessary to manage performance.

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Managing Poor Performance

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907

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10days before the course start date

Speaker Bio: 

Steve Lemmex has over 30 years experience in training and consulting, and currently develops and instructs Project Management and Management Skills programs throughout the United States and Canada, as well as in Europe and Asia. He has worked in two North American-wide training organizations, and on contract for several large US-based training companies. He is a certified Myers Briggs Facilitator and a Project Management Professional (PMP).

Steve’s clients have included Fortune 500 companies (IBM, Verizon, Sprint, Symantec, Wells Fargo) as well as large organizations such as Atomic Energy of Canada, the National Research Council, the US Federal Reserve Bank, US Justice Department, Chicago Stock Exchange, and America’s Armed Forces.

Steve holds a Bachelors Degree and a masters in Business Administration.

Audience: 

Staff / Team Leads
Supervisors
Managers / Executives
Project Managers

Important Information FALL 2020

Due to COVID-19 all in-person fall dates are likely to be subject to change in order to accommodate online virtual delivery. We invite you to register to reserve your spot today.

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Managing Poor Performance (Online session)
November 19, 20, 2020
13:00 - 16:00
$595.00
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