People Essentials

A series of practical people-management seminars, right on your doorstep, giving you tips and tools to use immediately in the workplace. The series is run in partnership with POD Consulting.

 

Wednesday 10 July: Communicating effectively with your team

 

Teams that work well together achieve more! This seminar will outline practical tips and tools for developing your team. Learn how to communicate effectively with your team members to achieve positive outcomes.

This session will cover:

  • What does a great team look like?
  • The different stages of team development and what stage yours is at
  • Different working styles and communication preferences              
  • Adapting your communication style
  • Choosing the best way to communicate for given situations
  • Coaching vs Advising – what is the difference and when should you use each style of communication?

  

When: Wed 10 July, 7.30am - 9am
Where: GETBA office - Level 1, 1 Sir William Ave, East Tamaki (parking on Sir William Ave & Lady Ruby Dr)
Presenter: Alicia Meyer, POD Consulting

Cost: $55 per session, includes light refreshments.

 
 

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Note: This event is reserved for GETBA members only.

 

Refund policy: GETBA offers a full refund if the booking is cancelled in writing at least 48 hours before the event. If the cancellation is received after this deadline a refund will not be offered. GETBA reserves the right to cancel an event due to low enrolment or other exceptional circumstances. In such circumstances, all participants will be offered a full refund. If an event is postponed, GETBA reserves the right to either transfer registration to a new event or issue a full refund.

 

2019 Programme 


13 March, Employment Law Update

08 May, Setting employees up for success

12 June, Undertaking performance reviews that work

10 July, Communicating effectively with your team 

14 August, Engaging and Rewarding Your Team

11 September, Dealing with Poor Performance

09 October, Managing the Disciplinary Process

13 November, Implementing Flexible Working