HR leaders are invited to join HRD Pathfinder Club Members at a free webinar tomorrow with C-Suite coach Peter Ryding. The theme, ‘how and why to manage underperformance remotely’ is extremely topical as lockdown-worn employees are struggling to perform as expected.
Normally exclusive to members of the unique club for HRDs, Peter’s webinars offer a unique perspective on the role of the HRD, helping them learn new skills and become their CEO’s most trusted advisor, as well as offering actionable insights they can put into practice immediately, however as this is such an important topic, at the request of HRDs, we have opened tomorrow’s webinar up so that anyone responsible for managing people remotely can attend.
“The HRD Pathfinder Club is a free mentoring and networking programme which seeks to raise the prominence of the HRD role and gives them the skills to achieve more with less stress. It’s my way of giving back to business and industry after a successful CEO, turnaround CEO and CEO coaching career that’s seen me work for some of the world’s largest organisations and personally rescue 8 companies from the brink of bankruptcy – and recognising the value of the HRD function has been instrumental in helping achieve this.”
“This particular webinar was so popular, our members asked if I could run a session for their line managers, so we have decided to open this week’s webinar to non-members.”
The theme and details of how to book are below:
Webinar: Wed 3rd March – 12 noon GMT – The ticking time bomb – how and why to manage underperformance remotely
“Another brilliant webinar by Peter – powerful insights and practical actions to address poor performance.” HRD
And critically, the rules are now different and so are the mindsets and skills to spot these burning fuses early and to address them effectively.
This webinar defines what’s different and why it’s more important than ever before to do this professionally.
It gives role play examples of how to intervene powerfully and yet positively via Zoom, new insights and actual sets of questions to use.