Learning & Development Challenging BUT Courageous Conversation 16-10-19
Management Skills 101: Having a Challenging BUT Courageous Conversation
Date: Wednesday 16 October
Time: 9.30am to 11.30am
Venue: Coastlands Kapiti Sports Turf & Pavilion | Paraparaumu
Cost: Members $25 – Non members $40
Presented by Star People HR and Recruitment: Julia Palmer MHRINZ & Sheryl Earnshaw CMHRINZ
Finding yourself in that awkward situation where you have to discuss a sensitive or critical matter with an employee?
Having a conversation with an employee on a sensitive personal or awkward work matter can be challenging to the best of us.
Learn the skills to having that conversation and take away some useful and practical tools you can use immediately at this two-hour workshop.
This workshop will cover:
- What a challenging conversation is
- Conflict handling positions
- Some situations that might be challenging to address
- Preparing for and having the conversation
- Handling situations before they arise
- Dealing with difficult responses at meetings
Why attend, to:
- Gain confidence in having the conversation
- Know what you need to do to follow a best practice process and get a result
- Take away some practical tools and skills that can be used immediately in the workplace
About the Presenters
Star People HR & Recruitment have been working in partnership with businesses all over Kapiti and beyond since 2003. Providing temporary staff, permanent recruitment, HR systems and expert advice to help manage the people in your business, Star People’s focus is being the “one stop HR shop” for small to medium enterprise locally, regionally and nationally.
Chartered to the Human Resources Institute of New Zealand, Sheryl has an HR and staff management background of over 25 years. Julia’s background in IT, training and recruitment has allowed her to provide businesses with professional temps and star permanent staff members for over 15 years, both locally and throughout the country.
The Kāpiti Chamber runs a Learning & Development Programme (L&D) that is planned and run by an Events Committee on behalf of the Chamber Board. The focus of the programme is on professional development for business owners and their staff and/or in response to a topical or significant areas of development for business ie law changes or informational updates etc. Learning and development aims to improve group and individual performance by increasing and honing skills and knowledge.
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