The Leadership Enrichment Program is designed to enhance new and existing supervisory employees’ knowledge in key areas specific to being a successful and effective leader. The program course requirements include:
Employees need to take responsibility for their unacceptable performance or work habits that impact others and the organization – but leaders must know how to help them do it. This course assists leaders in conducting effective improvement discussions to provide the feedback and ongoing support employees need to improve performance while fostering morale and productivity.
The behavioral interviewing process will improve your selection decisions. You will also be more confident about the fairness and legality of your interviews after completing this course.
This course provides managers with the tools they need to practice fair and legal management in today's changing workplace. You will learn how to take complex legal standards and translate them into guidelines for professional behavior. Using an interactive and experiential design, participants serve as witnesses and jurors in simulated cases, learning firsthand how their conduct can either cause or prevent liability and other workplace problems.
This course builds leaders’ skills in handling chronic performance or work habit problems or serious misconduct. Leaders will learn how to document the problem and explain what the employee must do to address it. Learn to take appropriate action, based on best practices, to effectively address ongoing performance and work habit problems or serious misconduct.
Policies are used to set standards which reflect the culture of the College and to comply with important laws. They communicate guidelines and parameters which provide a consistent reference and framework for employees and afford supervisors and managers with a reliable structure for maintaining fairness in decision-making and discipline. This session will give you the opportunity to review many of SCC’s board policies and procedures and obtain a better understanding of how to administer them.