HR Brief Bites 4: Managing underperforming staff: from informal steps to dismissal

Length: 1.5 hours Location: Online using Zoom (all participants need access to a laptop or PC)

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Frustrated by underperforming team members and unsure how to turn it around effectively?

In this workshop, we address the crucial skill of effectively handling underperformance in the workplace. This concise yet comprehensive session is tailored for line managers, covering essential strategies from initiating informal discussions to understanding the formalities of the dismissal process. We focus on providing practical tools and legal insights to help you confidently support staff improvement and make informed decisions when you need to progress to a formal process.

This short workshop will help you as a line manager to:

  • Know how to initiate informal discussions with staff
  • Understand the legal framework you must follow
  • Learn from the experts about tips and techniques to make the process as easy as possible.

Who should attend the workshop

  • Managers, team leads and staff in a supervisory role within primary care

Workshop format

Tutors: Nicola Harry or Tracy Madgwick

All participants will need access to a laptop or PC with camera and sound in a quiet space. Please have your camera on if possible during the training as this makes is more enjoyable for everyone.

Zoom joining instructions will be sent as part of the joining instructions.

We will send the slides out to all participants after the workshop.

Please feel free to bring your lunch with you to the workshop.

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