Workshops and Seminars

Practical, Cost Effective, Interactive

In a world of technology, the classroom provides an opportunity to reinforce the value of effective leadership, build skills, and maximize management consistency.


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Popular Programs at a Glance:

Managing Job Performance Seminars

  • Performance Review

This program provides templates, tools, and insights to writing and presenting performance reviews in less time with more effective results.


  • Workplace Coach

When informal first discussions fail to improve performance the supervisor becomes a coach. A coach plans, schedules, and facilitates a formal meetting to define issues, required employee actions, and follow-up steps. This program provides a proven model for the process.


  • Documenting Discipline

Participants learn how to use the E-FOSA+ system of documentation to create an opportunity for employee success.


Sexual Harassment Seminars and Workshops

  • The Workplace Island Seminar for Employees

A practical look at the responsibility of every employee to help their employer create and maintain a respectful workplace environment.


  • Discrimination, Harassment, and Sexual Harassment for Supervisors

Participants learn how to set an example that maximizes collaboration and prevents hard feelings and complaints. They learn their role in supporting their employer's policy through job-related actions, behaviors, and decisions.


Leading, Managing, Supervising Seminars

  • Workplace Leader

The role of the front-line leader in practical terms that focus behaviors, actions, and decisions to create engaged and successful teams.


  • Managing the Line

A practical discussion about the little habits and practices of managers and supervisors that create team dissension, lower morale, and destroy loyalty.


  • Managing Workplace Change

The role and responsibility of a workplace leader in introducing change, guiding people through it, and creating commitment to the new way of doing things.


  • The New Supervisor Program

An introduction to the challenge of assigning work, motivating workers, providing feedback and leading a work unit to support organizational goals.