Buy-In or Bye: Winning Employee Commitment at Work

A Step-by-Step Guide For Discipline Without Drama!

Instructor :
Ben Adkins

Webinar ID:
13854

Date: 22 April 24, MON

Start Time: 10 am PT

Duration: 90 Mins.

What you will learn

  • How effective coaching will nip the problem in the bud
  • The first thing you must do before you coach
  • The four steps of a coaching session
  • The one critical step needed before behavior will change
  • How to create an objective problem statement for the employee to solve…
  • How effective coaching will nip the problem in the bud
  • The first thing you must do before you coach
  • The four steps of a coaching session
  • The one critical step needed before behavior will change
  • How to create an objective problem statement for the employee to solve
  • Gaining an employees buy-in to change
  • Step-by-step progressive discipline
  • How to hold employees accountable
  • Allowing the employee to choose consequences
  • Keep your keepers and lose your losers

Course Description

Discipline involves changing an individual’s behavior to achieve a goal, an objective, or an end result. Most people recognize the need for rules and standards and abide by them. They also recognize the need to discipline those who break the rules.

In fact, most people object to an organization that allows people to break the rules or perform poorly without taking an action to stop it.

The Progressive Discipline webinar puts the responsibility for resolving the problem in the employee’s hands, not the leaders. The leader’s role is to encourage self-discipline.

Most companies have specific disciplinary procedures. Often, a series of steps is involved:

  • Informal warnings
  • Formal verbal warning
  • Written warning
  • Suspension
  • Termination

Discipline is preventive maintenance, to head off trouble before it begins. Disciplinary action is taken when discipline breaks down.

  • Effective discipline focuses on the behavior, never on the person.
  • It seeks to correct performance problems, not to punish employees.
  • It deals with facts, not opinions. It is objective, not subjective.

The leader must focus on objective, observable behavior and avoid subjective reactions to an employee’s personality.

This webinar shows how the first step in the process is effective coaching. Done correctly, coaching is many times all that is needed.

When coaching doesn’t work, the next step is progressive discipline. Attending this webinar will show you “What to do,” “When to do” AND “How to do it.”

By mastering the art of progressive discipline, you can foster an environment where every team member thrives, contributing positively to your organization’s success. Let’s together unlock this untapped potential and elevate your leadership to new heights.

Join Now!

Discipline involves changing an individual’s behavior to achieve a goal, an objective, or an end result. Most people recognize the need for rules and standards and abide by them. They also recognize the need to discipline those who break the rules.

In fact, most people object to an organization that allows people to break the rules or perform poorly without taking an action to stop it.

The Progressive Discipline webinar puts the responsibility for resolving the problem in the employee’s hands, not the leaders. The leader’s role is to encourage self-discipline.

Most companies have specific disciplinary procedures. Often, a series of steps is involved:

  • Informal warnings
  • Formal verbal warning
  • Written warning
  • Suspension
  • Termination

Discipline is preventive maintenance, to head off trouble before it begins. Disciplinary action is taken when discipline breaks down.

  • Effective discipline focuses on the behavior, never on the person.
  • It seeks to correct performance problems, not to punish employees.
  • It deals with facts, not opinions. It is objective, not subjective.

The leader must focus on objective, observable behavior and avoid subjective reactions to an employee’s personality.

This webinar shows how the first step in the process is effective coaching. Done correctly, coaching is many times all that is needed.

When coaching doesn’t work, the next step is progressive discipline. Attending this webinar will show you “What to do,” “When to do” AND “How to do it.”

By mastering the art of progressive discipline, you can foster an environment where every team member thrives, contributing positively to your organization’s success. Let’s together unlock this untapped potential and elevate your leadership to new heights.

Join Now!

Why you should attend

It’s “What You Do AND it’s How You Do It“. In this webinar you will learn what to do and how to do it when it comes to employee progressive discipline.

Discussions of an employee’s attitude or motivation can lead to endless disagreement and wrangling without even reaching agreement that there is a problem! Without that agreement, you are not going to achieve any real change in behavior.

Most people are quick to sense unfairness or a personal dislike directed toward an employee. Even if they, themselves, dislike that individual, they will still feel uncomfortable with a leader who, in their estimate, treats another employee unfairly.

Concentrating on observable behavior leaves no room for disagreement. It makes it that much easier to get to the next step: discussing what must be done to improve the situation.

By attending this training, you’ll have the opportunity to cultivate a reputation as a fair and capable leader who brings out the best in their team.

Enroll Now!

It’s “What You Do AND it’s How You Do It“. In this webinar you will learn what to do and how to do it when it comes to employee progressive discipline.

Discussions of an employee’s attitude or motivation can lead to endless disagreement and wrangling without even reaching agreement that there is a problem! Without that agreement, you are not going to achieve any real change in behavior.

Most people are quick to sense unfairness or a personal dislike directed toward an employee. Even if they, themselves, dislike that individual, they will still feel uncomfortable with a leader who, in their estimate, treats another employee unfairly.

Concentrating on observable behavior leaves no room for disagreement. It makes it that much easier to get to the next step: discussing what must be done to improve the situation.

By attending this training, you’ll have the opportunity to cultivate a reputation as a fair and capable leader who brings out the best in their team.

Enroll Now!

Areas Covered

  • How effective coaching will nip the problem in the bud
  • The first thing you must do before you coach
  • How to have an effective coaching discussion
  • The four steps of a coaching session
  • The one critical step needed before behavior will change
  • How to create an objective problem statement for the employee to solve
  • Gaining an employees buy-in to change
  • Step-by-step progressive discipline
  • How to hold employees accountable
  • Allowing the employee to choose consequences
  • Keep your keepers and lose your losers

BONUS:

  1. PDF copy of the presentation handout for your future reference.
  2. Soft copy of the certificate of completion on request.
  3. Q&A Session with the Presenter: Get your pressing questions answered verbally, via chat or email.
  • How effective coaching will nip the problem in the bud
  • The first thing you must do before you coach
  • How to have an effective coaching discussion
  • The four steps of a coaching session
  • The one critical step needed before behavior will change
  • How to create an objective problem statement for the employee to solve
  • Gaining an employees buy-in to change
  • Step-by-step progressive discipline
  • How to hold employees accountable
  • Allowing the employee to choose consequences
  • Keep your keepers and lose your losers

BONUS:

  1. PDF copy of the presentation handout for your future reference.
  2. Soft copy of the certificate of completion on request.
  3. Q&A Session with the Presenter: Get your pressing questions answered verbally, via chat or email.

Who is this course for

Maximize The Learning Experience in A Group Setting!

  • Human Resources Managers/Professionals
  • Employee Relations Managers/Professionals
  • Training and Development Managers/Professionals
  • Managers/Supervisors
  • Team Leaders
  • Business Owners/Entrepreneurs
  • Legal Counsel specializing in employment law
  • Organizational Development Managers/Professionals
  • Compliance Officers
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Coordinators

Maximize The Learning Experience in A Group Setting!

  • Human Resources Managers/Professionals
  • Employee Relations Managers/Professionals
  • Training and Development Managers/Professionals
  • Managers/Supervisors
  • Team Leaders
  • Business Owners/Entrepreneurs
  • Legal Counsel specializing in employment law
  • Organizational Development Managers/Professionals
  • Compliance Officers
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Coordinators

Instructor Profile

Ben Adkins has presented more than 3000 training programs, board retreats, workshops and webinars since 1990. Ben helps companies and government agencies improve teamwork, leadership, productivity and communication. Ben is a conflict coach who works with organizations, teams and individuals to strategically manage conflict and improve bottom line performance. He has personally mediated hundreds of disputes and he has taught hundreds of people how to be successful mediators themselves...

Ben Adkins has presented more than 3000 training programs, board retreats, workshops and webinars since 1990.

Ben helps companies and government agencies improve teamwork, leadership, productivity and communication. Ben is a conflict coach who works with organizations, teams and individuals to strategically manage conflict and improve bottom line performance. He has personally mediated hundreds of disputes and he has taught hundreds of people how to be successful mediators themselves.

Ben is a master trainer with Mediation Training Institute International, a senior trainer with Mediation Dynamics, a board member of Tarrant County Association of Mediators, an adjunct faculty member of the National College of District Attorneys for twenty years and an author or co-author of numerous training and development courses.

Ben was a long time weekly columnist for the Fort Worth Business Press; author of articles in business journals; co-author of Power Tools for Leaders and a former board member of the American Society of Training and Development.

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