Employment Law Conference: Building better teams – Managing the unmanageable: Coaching to Inspire
We build on our theme from February’s Conference and look at how managers and HR are “Managing the Unmanageable”.
Boyes Turner’s Employment Law Group invites you to attend its next Employment Law Conference focusing on difficult employee management issues and the positives of coaching and mentoring in avoiding conflict. We also want you to be inspired by our key note speaker.
Managing employee issues – be it conduct, performance or personal issues – takes time and patience. However, effective management of issues can increase employee cohesion, productivity and build better teams. But why are some conversations more difficult to have than others? How can managers effectively ask questions to reach a successful outcome? When is the right time to face the realities and consider an exit strategy? How should organisations look outside the box and use coaching and mentoring as a success tool? Join us to look at managing difficult conversations, handling negative employee situations and the positive message of improving the engagement of employees through coaching and mentoring.
Also, be inspired by our key note speaker Maggie Alphonsi MBE.
Maggie is one of the most well-known names in international rugby and team sports. Maggie will share her experiences of succeeding in a challenging environment and explain the benefits of coaching and mentoring and its relevance in the workplace environment.
Maggie is joined by colleagues from Moving Ahead, a social enterprise focused on developing individuals and organisations to achieve their best. Using their background of mentoring, coaching and developing pioneers from sport and business, they will run an interactive session focusing on building high performing teams.
This event focuses on high level issues and is a must for business leaders and managers, people leaders, senior HR leaders and HR directors.
To find out more and to book your place, please email Judith Cook.
We look forward to welcoming you on the day.