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Tough Talks: How to Conduct Difficult
Tough Talks: How to Conduct Difficult Employee Discussions
What to say after "Got a minute?"
Foul language ... offensive behavior ... poor work habits ... inappropriate attire ... tardiness ... personal hygiene.
These types of discussions are the most difficult for HR professionals and department managers to have. But most people have never learned how. Now you can.
Tough Talks: How to Conduct Difficult Employee Discussions will arm you with the words and actions to handle awkward discussions and defuse delicate – and sometimes legally risky – situations. Learn how to sidestep potential embarrassment and conduct clear, direct discussions with employees.
In this 75-minute recording, Allison West, a noted nationwide expert on employment practices, will give you practical examples, strategies and new techniques to use in those tough, but necessary, conversations to avoid an escalation and potential lawsuit.
For example, you will discover the best approaches to handle employees who:
This recording is the ultimate guide for HR professionals and supervisors who need some guidance on what to say after "Got a minute?" You'll learn practical strategies and dialogue for handling even the most awkward discussions.
Stop taking the path of least resistance and start tackling those sticky issues head-on today. Get your copy of Tough Talks now!
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