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046. Five Common People Management Mistakes & How Not to Make Them (morning)

Instructor: Claudia St. John, Ph.D

Level of Complexity: Foundational
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Even the best managers face challenges when navigating tricky people-issues at work. From hiring and onboarding new employees, to engaging, managing existing ones, to ultimately disciplining and separating with them, this session discusses the most common mistakes managers make and offers recommendations on how to avoid them.
Outcomes – Session Attendees:
- Learn to recognize common management pitfalls
- Discover ways to navigate those pitfalls
- Gain a clear understanding on how to improve their people management practices to increase employee engagement and reduce legal risk

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