Why Your Employees Lack Problem Solving Skills - and How to Fix It
Recording Price: $199.00
(Includes Proprietary Materials)
The constant questions. The lack of accountability. The shortage of problem solving skills. It doesn't have to be this way. Join us for a 60-minute webinar where you will discover:
How to get your employees to be better problem solvers
Questions that encourage greater responsibility
Proven ways to remove barriers that stop critical thinking
How to reclaim your time - with proven coaching skills
Building Problem Solving Skills on Your Team
How to connect the "What" to "Why"
Things your team needs to hear you say
Questions that shift responsibility from you to your team
Coaching Skills to Reclaim Your Time
Small wins that create big problem solving break-thrus
Why employees ask questions - when they know the answer
Cultivating vs motivating: What you need to know
Getting Employees to Own Their Problems
Ending the "I was trained to do that" attitude
Specific actions you can take to increase ownership
Motivating your employees to do greater things
Live Question and Answer Sessions - Have Your Specific Questions Answered
About The Speaker
David Dye is the president and owner of Trailblaze, a company dedicated to producing exceptional leaders, managers and supervisors
For over 20 years, David has been helping organizations increase performance, motivate and engage employees, and get more results.
He is the author of the multi-award winning book "The Seven Things Your Team Needs to Hear You Say"
David is a highly sought after national speaker and writer. His articles have been published in both print and online in several industry publications including "Business News Daily", "Realizing Leadership" and "Leadership and Change"
We want our employees to bring us solutions - not problems. There are proven ways to improve the problem solving skills of your employees. This 60-minute program will provide you with powerful coaching skills which help you reclaim your own time and build problem-solving and critical thinking skills in your staff.