I'd Like a Word With You
"I'd Like a Word with You." Do you dread hearing this phrase, or using it with your employees? Many managers and supervisors avoid employee discipline because they feel they lack the necessary skills to conduct a successful interview. If discipline is handled badly, it can cause fear, loss of motivation, set undesirable precedents, or create bitterness.
To be effective, discipline interviews must be conducted professionally. With practice, supervisors can learn to address performance deficiencies constructively and guide employees through troubling performance problems to develop greater professional maturity. Then, rather than dreading addressing performance problems, managers can learn to clear the air, resolve issues at work, and build mutually satisfying relationships.
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Location and Parking
Campus parking is available with any faculty/staff decal in the lower lot behind the 1600 Hampton Street Annex. The entrance to the parking lot is between the 1600 Hampton Street tower and the WACH-57 building on Pickens Street.
For more information contact Professional Development at 803-777-6578. Supervisory approval must be obtained before participating in training.
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Updated 16 May 2008