Leadership Development- Foundations of Supervision September 29-30

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Being a great leader is much more than managing people. This session will focus on five key components of exceptional leadership: Self-awareness, coaching, engagement, feedback, and communication. Learn specific ways to enhance team performance. Whether you are a seasoned supervisor or entering the role this class will provide tools to help navigate growing your role.

Leadership Development Training- Buddy to Boss September 25th!

Don’t miss Buddy to Boss with Sue Wehrspann on next friday!

https://employmentmatters.regfox.com/buddy-to-boss

Transitioning from “one of the team” to “leader of the pack” poses career challenges. Navigating it effectively makes all the difference. Learn how to appropriately set boundaries and establish expectations with your team while maintaining effective relationships with your boss and your peers. Determine what to stop doing, start doing, and continue doing. Make difficult conversations easier, leverage your strengths, and develop concrete strategies that you can use immediately to master this transition.

 

 

Supervising a Virtual Workforce September 28th!

Supervising can already be tough, but this shift to virtual environments can make the role even harder. Set strategies for building and maintaining connection, fostering a culture of trust, and how to avoid mistakes that might be amplified in virtual settings. Identify best practices for you and your team as you continue to navigate this next normal for how work gets done.

https://employmentmatters.regfox.com/supervising-a-virtual-workforce

 

Organizational Effectiveness- Workplace Civility Article

Looking to explore how to create a more civil work environment? We have a class offering on 10/6- it is a half day to look at ways to promote and support a civil culture.

 

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Registering now for the Emerging Leader Preview Webinar

https://employmentmatters.regfox.com/elp-preview-webinar

Developing Leaders- NONPROFIT PARTNERSHIP

Emily Gordon

EMFIG Welcomes Emily Gordon

Emily Gordon joined Employment Matters LLC in January 2020, after demonstrating interest, persistence, and acumen in the workplace investigations profession. After graduating from the Case Western University School of Law in 2010, where she utilized her writing skills as a writing tutor for other students and an articles editor of the CWRU Journal of International Law, she spent five years reviewing, analyzing, and summarizing various federal regulations for a software company. Emily then worked for several years as in-house counsel with two startup software firms, and most recently worked at a boutique law firm where she focused her practice on corporate law. Emily discovered her interest in workplace investigations after being exposed to the investigative process firsthand, and now excels at putting her writing and critical thinking skills to use in each investigation she performs.

EMFIG Welcomes Cheri Vandergrift

A standout employment attorney and trainer for Colorado employers for over a decade,  Cheri now brings her knowledge, experience, and savvy to EMFIG as a senior trainer and workplace investigator. Cheri rounds out ann accomplished team of investigators at EMFIG and adds substantive depth to the firm’s training seminar offerings focused on EEO/Harassment, Workplace Investigations, and Documentation Skills. Welcome, Cheri.