Store Banner
 
ACEC Members
Click here to login and receive member discounts

Are You Fighting Fires Instead of Managing Your Employees

Code: 13887-DL

List Price:  $0.00

List Price:  $299.00

Member Price:  $199.00

Select Item Select Item
Select Item
Every engineering or technical manager knows how important it is to be available to assist their subordinates. If they did not have the knowledge and experience to do that, probably someone else would have their position. Too often though, the manager does an inadequate job of delegating various tasks and responsibilities. This leads to the ever present problem of subordinates bringing their managers multiple “fires” for the manager to put out or at least play a major role in extinguishing the flames. Your employees will never realize their potential as long they can rely on you to do their firefighting for them. This webinar will explore this problem in detail and help you understand the proper methods to get out of the firefighting business.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand how to make communication effective
  • Learn what the two biggest mistakes are in feedback communication
  • Know the difference between objective and subjective feedback
  • Know how, when, and where to give feedback
  • Understand the reasons to give and receive feedback

Assessment of Learning Outcomes:
The learning outcomes for each attendee will be measured by their ceasing most firefighting activities within a three month period. A short True/ False quiz will be sent to all attendees to measure their understanding of why stopping this practice is very important and how to stop it.

Who Should Attend?

This webinar will benefit anyone in the firm who is responsible for the performance of other employees, from staff engineers, department or division managers, project managers, and the firm’s executive. 
Product Details:
Author(s): Bates Gary D.

ISBN:
Year Published: 2015

Number of Pages:
We're sorry, but there is no inventory for the product you selected. Check out these other great products:

Related Items