Workshop Invitation from BNCC Member
‘In any moment of decision, the best thing you can do is the right thing, the next best thing is the wrong thing, and the worst thing you can do is nothing.’
The worst thing you can do is nothing.
Yet as business owners and leaders this is exactly what we often default to when someone in our team is not performing, or even worse, is disruptive and toxic to the rest of the team.
We know the cost to our business. We know and can clearly see the impact on the people around them. We get that it is not good for anyone – including the lifeblood of any business, customers.
And yet we continue to tolerate them.
Sometimes it is fear – we’re operating under the ‘better the devil you know’ strategy.
Sometimes it is fear – of taking the wrong steps and having to defend a Fair Work Claim.
And other times it is fear – because we don’t know how to have the difficult conversation successfully.
On May 31, in the second Akyra Signature Series Workshop, you will be guided through:
- How to understand The ‘rules’ of Fair Work and play them to your advantage
- Eliminating the myths to reclaim a position of strength in managing your people
- The principles in creating a team where the disruptive, toxic and under-performing choose to leave
- Identifying the tipping point – when the pain of keeping someone is greater than removing them
- The best way to prepare for and facilitate difficult conversations which drive a defined outcome
With very practical, hands-on advice and strategies, this workshop will show you a very clear way to start eliminating the misfits and hold onto the people you really want on your team… those who turn up to work every day with their sleeves rolled up ready to get started.
Your enrolment includes the workshop, refreshments, and a light working lunch.
Registration and details at https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/eliminating-the-misfits-tickets-34229734056. BNCC members’ $20 discount code – CHAMBER.
The information and offering contained in this message is provided by the BNCC as information only and has not been reviewed, endorsed or recommended by the BNCC in any way.