Building successful teams is often difficult because leaders usually inherit existing team members with different personalities and varying skill levels. Leaders must first build trust which will lead to the ability to influence others. Knowing oneself is the foundation to creating a culture where team members can thrive collectively and as individuals. In this half-day session, leaders will learn to identify the root causes of team dysfunction. They will also assess how they can adapt their leadership style to build a better team. This fast-paced, interactive session will include a leadership self-assessment as well as a step-by-step model that can be used for continuous improvement. Leaders will also learn the most effective ways to work with recalcitrant and unskilled team members. (Session 3 in a 6-part series)

Designed for: Current and aspiring human resources directors.

Topic(s):  Employee evaluation; valuable feedback; setting goals and providing suggestions for improvement; performance improvement plans; collective bargaining as it pertains to evaluations; properly documenting poor performance; writing letters of reprimand, formal disciplinary memos, and statements of charges; due process and Skelly hearings; placing employees on paid and unpaid administrative leaves; employee recognition.

Discipline(s): Accounting / CBO / Child Nutrition / Facilities / Financial Services / Human Resources / M&O / Payroll / Purchasing / Risk Management / Technology / Transportation

CEUs: 3

Presenter(s): LaFaye Platter, Ed.D., Retired Deputy Superintendent, Human Resources, Hemet USD; and CEO, EF Consulting, LLC

Early-bird registration closes: 11/15/2022

Cancellation Deadline: 11/15/2022
Registration closes: 11/22/2022

Fees (Early-Bird): 
Fees (Regular):

CASBO Member: $215

Non-Member: $355

CASBO Member: $265

Non-Member: $405

A link to the course will automatically be emailed to you when registration is paid in full.