Best Practices for Modifying Employee Behavior
Best Practices for Modifying Employee Behavior is a research-validated leadership staff development program for administrators and supervisors seeking to manage staff conduct and/or productivity concerns more proactively, effectively, and defensibly. This three day workshop series equips K-12 administrators with a comprehensive framework of research-validated practices for transforming their daily supervisory activities into opportunities to modify employee behavior in a positive manner.
Workshop 1: Setting Behavioral Expectations
For principals and other supervisors, this workshop provides video re-enactments of actual cases that model how to effectively manage employee misconduct.
For HR directors, this workshop introduces a rubric-based method for evaluating case facts and selecting fair, reasonable, and consistent disciplinary actions.
For superintendents, this workshop establishes methods for modifying employee misconduct and underscoring expected behaviors within the collective bargaining environment.
"This training model brought a district team together to ensure that all behavior modification is fairly, reasonably, thoughtfully, and consistently applied."
K. Fields, Former Supt