Release date: July 22, 2019
Duration: 37 minutes
Employee discipline is arguably one of the more difficult tasks supervisors, managers, directors, and executives must tackle. It requires us to step outside our comfort zone and confront employees in order to maintain order in the workplace. Necessary, but not enjoyable.
What if we approached employee discipline as an imperative of true leadership?
As leaders, we should take disciplinary action as of form of mentorship, training, and teaching rather than as a form of punishment for misdeeds. How do we go about making that change? Join Janie Warner as she considers three options for changing employees into disciples:
- Less talking – more listening
- Share the “why”
- Highlight the mission
MEET THE PRESENTER
Janie Warner has nearly 30 years of experience in executive management and human resources, six as a vice president at Arkansas Federal Credit Union and three as chief administration officer for ABC Financial Services, Inc. She served on the adjunct faculty of Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, teaching human resources management, organizational development and labor relations. She is a nationally recognized speaker in the areas of volunteer board governance, executive management, leadership, ethics and human resources.
Janie currently serves as Senior Consultant and Client Resource Team Leader for Client Relations at Regions Insurance Group, Incorporated of Birmingham, Alabama.