America’s (Employees) Got Talent: Strength-based Management
Managing employee performance can be an uncomfortable experience for many managers. Few people enjoy giving constructive feedback on “opportunities for improvement”, even if it’s requested. What if you could strengthen your team by focusing on what they do well rather than their weaknesses? Everyone has natural talents and when allowed to exercise these talents in the workplace, business units enjoy improved profitability, productivity, and customer satisfaction as well as engage their most valuable employees. On Thursday, August 25 at 3 PM (EDT) we held a webinar about concrete strategies for leveraging your staff’s talents.
As a result of this seminar you will:
- Learn new strategies that will allow you to make a significant shift in the management of your best and most challenging employees.
- Explore how to identify the talents of your staff.
- Be able to highlight employees’ natural talents and learn how to develop employees around their strengths (versus areas for improvement).
- Shift your management focus in a positive direction.
Who should attend?
This webinar will provide helpful information to managers, supervisors, executives, and HR professionals who are interested in learning this performance management technique.
For those who were unable to attend, below is a recording of the webinar.
About the Speaker
Cally Ritter, LICSW, MSW
Cally Ritter, LICSW, is an EAP consultant with AllOne Health EAP and is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker. She has her BA from Bucknell University and her Masters in Social Work from the University of Pittsburgh. She has 20 years of clinical experience in a variety of settings including inpatient and outpatient services. Cally has been an EAP trainer for more than 10 years on a variety of personal and professional development topics. Her areas of interest include the multigenerational workplace, resiliency and employee motivation.
*Any information or resources provided during the webinar are for general information and educational purposes only.