The hardest part of your managers' roles is dealing with staff under their control. Many managers will have started their career as specialists in their chosen field but are often ill-equipped to get the best out of their team or are nervous about addressing performance or conduct issues, either due to fear of confrontation or nervousness about saying the wrong thing.
The task of dealing with an employee is complicated by the need to comply with employment legislation. If an employee is not performing, what can be done to ensure improvement or that they are moved towards dismissal without risk to the business? If an employee engages in misconduct, what steps should your manager take to ensure the misconduct is dealt with effectively and quickly without risk to the business? I am a specialist employment lawyer who has written two books on employment law. I can provide training to your managers on all aspects of employment law and employment processes to ensure your managers do not end up exposing you to a personal grievance.
Training can be provided in a group setting or an individual setting and can be a formal presentation or be carried out in an informal discussion-based setting. It can also be combined with one on one coaching if the issue is more concerned with building confidence or removing other limiting beliefs.
As part of any training session, I ensure that the content is relevant, and the learning outcomes are delivered in a way that the attendees don’t forget.Request Call Back
I recently attended an employment law seminar presented by Michael. The presentation was great, putting the mysteries of employment law into simple to understandable concepts and principals with great stories. His practical examples and scenarios show the benefit of good employment practices.