Virginia Institute of Government Classes

September 17, 2013

VIG

Staying Legal: Employment Law Basics  (sponsored by the Virginia Institute of Government), October 9, Richmond, at the U.Va. Richmond Center, 8:30 am-3:30 pm.

A class for supervisors, team leaders, human resources staff, and those responsible for ensuring compliance within the organization.

Attend this seminar and learn to

• hire the right person the right way

• handle employee complaints

• correct deficient performance

• investigate conduct issues

• adapt a model for addressing problem situations

• use the Employee Assistance Program as a management tool

For more information, go to http://www.coopercenter.org/institute/wednesday-series.

Contact Andrew Campbell at act6n@virginia.edu or call 804.371.0202.

 

Team Building: Taking Your Team from Good to Great (sponsored by the Virginia Institute of Government), November 13, Richmond, at the U.Va. Richmond Center, 8:30 am-3:30 pm.

A class for supervisors, team leaders, managers, human resources staff.
Attending this class will help you to

• align your expectations with great performance

• build a deeper level of trust among the

• deepen team members’ commitment and sense of accountability

• maximize meaningful participation from everyone on the team

For more information, go to http://www.coopercenter.org/institute/wednesday-series.

Contact Andrew Campbell at act6n@virginia.edu or call 804.371.0202.

 

Becoming Conflict Competent (sponsored by the Virginia Institute of Government),  December 11, Richmond, at the U.Va. Richmond Center, 8:30 am-12:30 pm.

A class for human resources staff, supervisors, team leaders, and managers.

Attending this class will help you

• analyze the impact of conflict in the workplace

• evaluate your responses to past conflict situations

• assess your personal conflict management style

• apply a new behavioral conflict model in role-play situations

• increase your options for addressing conflict in your workplace

For more information, go to http://www.coopercenter.org/institute/wednesday-series.

Contact Andrew Campbell at act6n@virginia.edu or call 804.371.0202.

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