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Problem Employees: Correcting Their Behavior – Enterprise Edition


(Approximately 75 minutes)

This empowering webinar will offer effective solutions for anyone in management that needs help on how to address and reverse unproductive behavior.  Problem employees can create toxic environments, hinder change, lower productivity and completely sap your energy. Knowing how to change their behavior— without causing resentment, making the situation worse or getting into legal hot water—is the real challenge. As a manager, learn how to address the challenge through this webinar.

Learning Objectives

  • Discover why employees don’t perform—the first step to breaking down resistance
  • Understand whether and how to apply coaching, counseling or discipline
  • Deliver effective feedback and criticism to get rid of unwanted work behaviors
  • Know what to do with persistently stubborn or uncooperative staff members
  • Learn best practices to keep yourself and your organization out of legal trouble

Who Should Attend

  • Managers
  • Supervisors
  • Business Owners
  • Human Resource Professionals
  • Anyone struggling with employee performance

Presenter – Rosemary Laack

Stripe ShirtRosemary Laack is President of Supernova Coaching Enterprises, a firm dedicated to helping people find their true passions and have the most fulfilling careers possible. She has spent over 20 years working in both small firms and large Fortune 500 companies like Procter & Gamble and Unilever. Her energy and passion to learn helped take her on a journey from Operations to Marketing & Advertising; and from front line staff to Executive Director.  Now, as America’s #1 Power & Success Diva®, she knows what it takes to get ahead while staying young at heart and true to yourself. Rosemary has her B.S. in Business from the Indiana University Bloomington and her work has been recognized with numerous accolades including Creativity in Business, Outstanding Leadership and Global Business Builder awards.