Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
Help their team members cope with and adapt to change.
Lead their team through adverse circumstances and or occasional crises.
Effectively confront underperforming team members and arrive at the best possible solution for good of the entire team.
Detailed Course Outline
We’ll take time to diagnose our own perception of change, realize how it may be limiting our success, and reconfigure our ability to adapt to it.
Many of your team members will resist change, but you’ll learn how to prepare for that, and how to “sell” them on the necessity and benefits of it, making them more likely to move forward.
You’ll discover a way to reduce the fear of change many people experience, by creating a culture that embraces progress through evolution rather than waiting so long that change requires a major (and traumatic) event.
Learn how to help your people adapt to current circumstances without abandoning organizational principles.
Evaluate your team members’ strengths and weaknesses and use them to proactively strategize for adversity.
Create an environment where team members perceive adversity differently and have confidence in your organization’s ability to withstand it.
7 possible external considerations to evaluate that may be contributing to underperformance
6 step strategy for investigating and understanding what is causing the underperformance
The necessary components of an effective action plan to help them recover and begin performing at an acceptable level.