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Compensation Conversations for Supervisors and Managers

Half-day course | Facilitator: Jack Guskin, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

When an employee knocks on your door and wants to know why they are being paid so little or less than a friend in your company or in another company, where do you start the conversation and how do you keep the employee engaged? This course prepares you for these tough conversations and helps you create positive and consistent messaging about compensation for both individuals, teams and organizations.

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Everything DiSC Management

Full-day course | Facilitator: Alice Dendinger, SPHR

This course will teach managers how to bring out the best in each employee. Everything DiSC® Management increases effectiveness using personalized learning to help managers develop their management styles, improve communication and increase employee engagement. Participants will learn how to read employees styles and adapt their styles to manage more effectively.

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Servant Leadership

Half-day course | Facilitator: Sue Breland

The concept of Servant Leadership was introduced by Robert Greenleaf’s 1977 book “Servant Leadership: A Journey into the Nature of Legitimate Power and Greatness”. Its inverted pyramid of power has since been integrated into every arena: from Fortune 500 companies to professional sports, entertainment, government and military to nonprofit organizations. Leading from a position of service rather than power is an old and yet new concept that can change your company, your leadership success and your life.

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Social Media – Managing Your Leadership Role Off the Clock – Webinar

Virtual course | Facilitator: Pat Bell

Social media has changed the game for everyone. From recruiting on LinkedIn, employees who friend coworkers and then become a supervisor to employees sharing their disgruntled thoughts on their Facebook…..it all comes back to the workplace. It's a delicate line that companies must establish some guidelines for acceptable behavior.

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