Addressing Employee Underperformance on Remote Teams

by | 04.12.2021

Language: English
Target Audience: Managers & Department Heads
Date & Time: April 22, 09:00-10:30
Location: Online. Zoom link sent upon registration.
Total Hours: 1.5 hours
Cost: 30 Euro per participant.
Early Bird Special! Register by April 15 and pay only 25 Euro.

Confirm registration with Irisa Bardhi at ibardhi[@] or 068.436.4431

How do I address employee underperformance when I haven’t sat down with the person in weeks?

These conversations have never been easy.

But having this type of conversation online is even more challenging. Why?

  • Lack of “connection” with people when you’re not in the same physical space
  • Zoom fatigue
  • Connection issues
  • Other distractions

It is more important now than ever to have a clear plan for these conversations.

What happens when you have laid the groundwork and have a clear plan?

  • Set clear expectations for yourself and your employee
  • Boost employee ownership
  • You can avoid being quickly derailed by online technical issues

Mastering this type of conversation online is a luxury not a luxury.

It’s an essential skill.

This workshop introduces managers to skills for having effective praise and “redirecting” conversations.

Learning Objectives:

  • Improve communication of remote team managers
  • Celebrate and motivate employees for effective behaviors
  • Address negative behaviors before your team is in crisis
Calvin Tiessen

Calvin Tiessen

Strategic Communications Consultant. Executive Coach. Trainer

Calvin Tiessen has led many organizations in Albania and abroad through the strategic planning process of clarifying mission, vision, values and strategic objectives. Calvin brings a unique blend of business experience, multicultural knowledge and excellent facilitation skills to each consulting engagement. Calvin also utilizes his experience to design and deliver powerful learning events. Calvin is certified in Cultural Intelligence and is working on a PhD.

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