Being fair: how to manage staff issues and behaviour

May 9th, 2016

The ‘Being fair: how to manage staff issues and behaviour’ workshop is open to all staff, and for anyone who manages people and wants to do so fairly and with consistency. You could, for example be leading a research team, managing an administrative team and line managing staff.

9.30am-4.30pm, Thursday 9 June
King’s Meadow Campus

This workshop covers a full range of issues including:

  • types of problem people and motivations for their behaviours
  • a leadership model for dealing with problem people
  • managing difficult situation s where conflict or bullying are involved, including when to confront staff
  • having difficult conversations around performance
  • applying equal opportunities (including flexible working and sick leave) policies fairly

To reserve a place please visit the Central Short Courses website.

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