As a manager, you can’t accept employees who are not performing well enough. It’s frustrating, time-consuming, and it can demoralize the other people on your team. You only get two choices for dealing with a struggling employee: Help them improve or let them go. So how do you help turn around the problematic behavior of an employee? And how long do you let it go on before you cut your losses? Actually, many struggling employees actually do have the talent and desire to do well in their job, all that depends on is your responsive intervention and skilled & effective coaching. By learning the right way to approach training, supervision, and accountability, you'll discover how to increase motivation, and develop mutual respect.
In this webinar, you’ll learn methods for motivating employees to back on solid ground. Gain powerful insights to help you help struggling employees set aggressive but attainable goals, accept accountability, and boost performance and how to spare your organization from the cost of replacing employees unnecessarily and create a turnaround plan to encourage employees to perform their best & more.
U. Harold Levy is a national and international speaker, trainer, consultant and recognized expert on civil rights compliance issues, human resources, leadership and management. Mr. Levy has over 25 years of experience in the profession, most recently as the Eastern Regional Business Enterprise Analyst for the Department of General Services, Bureau of Minority and Women Business Opportunities. Some of Harold’s clients have included major pharmaceutical corporations, Police Departments, colleges and universities, and state and county government agencies.
Harold Levy has published several articles on topics relating to Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action, Equity Issues, Student Recruitment and Retention, Civil rights and Human Resource Issues. A graduate of the Pennsylvania State University, Harold Levy has a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations, a Master’s Degree in Public Administration and is a certified Mediation Counselor. Mr. Levy is the recipient of many awards including the prestigious Administrative Service Award at the University of Minnesota Duluth, and the Tri-State Consortium of Opportunity Programs for New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.
Mr. Levy is an adjunct Sociology at Northampton Community College and serves in several communities and professional organizations including Northampton County Human Relations Advisory Council on the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission; American Association for Affirmative Action and as President of the Pennsylvania Black Conference on Higher Education