Managing and supervising people can be a difficult position. EAC offers management resources and tools to assist Human Resource professionals, managers and supervisors to help them better understand and work with an ever-changing workplace and the challenges that it presents.
Supervisors in business today need technical know-how and people expertise. By developing the leadership skills of your management team, your organization will be better equipped to achieve stated performance outcomes. To be effective, supervisors need to develop the ability to communicate, manage and resolve conflict and lead their teams through times of change. To that end, we offer Successful Supervision.
Team work plays a big part in most organizations today. When teams fail, it can cause irreparable harm to the organization. Through a simple process, based on the book The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni, EAC helps team members learn to work together more efficiently and effectively. A cohesive team makes quicker and better decisions, uses the skills and opinions of all members, avoids wasting time on destructive conflict and talking about the wrong issues and revisiting the same topics over and over again because of a lack of buy-in. Strong teams create a competitive advantage!
Self Defeating Habits of Otherwise Brilliant People® - Through thousands of seemingly insignificant interactions, teams unknowingly create environments that are either cohesive or adversarial. In a recent Gallup poll, nearly 70% of employees admitted they are disengaged from work or actively undermining the efforts of others. Gallup estimates this to be 34¢ on the dollar. Fortunately, organizations can reverse these discouraging trends. EAC staff have been trained by Thera Rising’s conflict resolution methodology, Self Defeating Habits of Otherwise Brilliant People®, to bring this concept into your organization.
*This program is valid for 6 PDCs for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM.
Tension Intervention - Have you ever asked yourself - Why can’t people just get along? Isn’t there a way to put an end to workplace gossip?
Or maybe, you’ve held a training on a workplace topic, but after the training, the problem still exists?
Tension Intervention is aimed at resolving conflict between two people at work. It follows a proven process to end personality based feuds and move people from being adversaries to allies; putting an end to the bickering and complaining, infighting and back biting. Employees won’t dread coming to work because the underlying tension on the team is gone.
EAC provides access to a variety of experts in human resource, training, and employee behavior. Whether it is asking advice about a particular situation or determining the best training to offer for employees, EAC has you covered.