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How to Motivate Employees to Change Bad Habits

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Prerecorded Event
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60 minutes
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Address the 13 Most Difficult Bad Habits Employees Need to Work on

 

Are you frustrated with employees who bully, gossip, procrastinate, break the rules or sabotage your best efforts? Employees sometimes pick up bad habits and behaviors when they are undervalued, pressured or disrespected by their managers or peers. But that doesn’t mean these employees are bad people or lost causes. With the right feedback and support, they can learn to embrace a new way of becoming an appreciated member of your team.

If you’re serious about ridding your organization of bad habits that are not only annoying, but also impacting morale, join senior HR consultant Carol Hacker in this fast-paced presentation – and experience the positive effects of motivating employees. Hacker will address 13 of the most difficult bad habits that employees need to work on; show you how to confront problems head-on without losing your cool before they get out of hand and become impossible to fix; and teach you how to hold a difficult conversation without destroying the employee’s self-confidence or willingness to at least try to make a change for the better.

She will also show you how to correct bad habits before your employees hurt their careers and opportunities for promotions; how to follow up in a timely manner without being labeled micro-manager nobody wants to work for; and how to help your employees understand that change is a law of life and that it’s often a second chance that is critical to success – regardless of where they are employed.

Unacceptable behavior is often a result of bad habits. If you struggle with motivating employees to change and/or follow the rules, Hacker will show you how to get results by ending unproductive and disruptive work habits. Make no mistake: One of your primary responsibilities as a leader or manager is to drive desirable results through specific behaviors. And this webinar will help you do just that.

After attending this session, you’ll know how to motivate your employees to correct their bad habits before they hurt their careers or your bottom line – and turn them into valued members of your team.

Session Highlights

This presentation will teach you how to:

  • Address 13 of the most difficult bad habits that employees need to work on
  • Confront problems head-on without losing your cool before they get out of control and reach a point where they are impossible to fix
  • Hold a difficult conversation and avoid destroying the employee’s self-confidence and willingness to at least try to make a change for the better
  • Correct bad habits before your employees hurt their careers and opportunities for promotions
  • Follow up in a timely manner without being labeled a micro-manager that no one wants to work for
  • Help your employees understand that change is a law of life and it’s often a second chance that is critical to success regardless of where they are employed

Who Should Attend

  • HR professionals
  • Corporate trainers
  • Managers
  • Supervisors
  • Team leaders
  • Business owners
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About Our Speaker

Carol Hacker | Human Resources management  Speaker

Carol Hacker is the former Director of Human Resources and Safety for the North American Division of a European manufacturer, Employee Relations Manager for the Miller Brewing Company, and County Office Director for the US Department of Labor.  Headquartered in Atlanta, GA, Carol has been the President and CEO of Hacker & Associates since January 1989.  She specializes in teaching HR professionals, managers, supervisors, team leaders, and executives...   More Info
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