Join Todd Dewett for an in-depth discussion in this video Employing the three strikes rule, part of Managing Employee Performance Problems (2013).
- For the majority of this course,…we've been focused on how to interact…with your employees when they present you…with different challenges.…The goal has always been to be helpful,…both supportive and critical,…so that you can help them be as productive…as you need them to be.…Having said that, there is a time…for more serious consequences.…Before naming a few of them,…it's important that I address a common misconception.…If you deliver strong negative outcomes…to an employee who's earned it,…you're not harming the person.…In reality, if you've been thoughtful…in interacting with them and coaching them,…you're helping their career.…
It's up to them to realize this,…but the wake-up call you deliver…might just be the piece of feedback…that helps them turn things around.…Okay, following simple discussion,…your future interventions…might include any of the following,…all of which formally impact their standing as an employee.…The first is a letter added to their personnel file.…If the aberrant behavior…is bad enough or persists long enough,…
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- Determining the appropriate intervention
- Defusing charged conversations
- Refocusing slackers
- Getting employees to show up on time
- Redirecting habitual complainers
- Engaging employees that always resist change
- Standing up to bullies
- Encouraging employees that can't handle feedback
- Helping people with personal problems
- Dealing with gossips
- Knowing when to say goodbye to an employee<br><br>
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