W1.16

Optimizing Employee Talents and Gifts for Discretionary Effort


About this session:

Do you wish your employees would give you more discretionary effort? Can you delegate to some employees who respond with extra effort, yet you are stuck in a nonproductive cycle with other employees? Attend this session and learn how to break nonproductive cycles and implement an environment of discretionary effort. You’ll learn to evaluate human behaviors from a variety of viewing points while valuing the diversity of personalities. You’ll build skills to make subtle changes in touch points with others, enabling you to create a culture where discretionary effort is given on a regular basis. Included: sample personality profile.


1. Review how to identify unique and innate personality traits and how to observe others, then make educated guesses on their personality traits
2. Understand how to individualize and customize conversations and touch points with employees and team members you want to influence
3. Distinguish, learn to respect and listen to coworkers and employees’ perspectives, recognizing that different personalities bring unique and valuable viewpoints to discussions
4. Appraise the strengths and limitations of team members or employees, giving you the ability to capitalize on individual strengths for the greatest advancement toward the completion of projects

 
Start Time:

3/27/2019 8:00:00 AM

End Time:

3/27/2019 9:00:00 AM

Presented by:

Karla Brandau, CSP, CF, RCC, CPBA, CPMA
CEO
Workplace Power Institute


Room Number:

316

Audience:

Intermediate

CEU:

0.1

Track:

Business Management

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