Learn 3 of the most common reasons people do not do their jobs, plus how to get them back to work and back on track.
– Discover 3 common reasons that people do not do their job – Identify WHY your person is not doing their job – Uncover HOW you can get them back on track
It could be as easy as ONE – TWO – THREE!
Course Information What are three reasons that people do not do their jobs? And what can you do about it?
There are some people who really cannot or will not do their jobs. Lucky for you they are NOT in the majority. When you encounter a team member who will not do his or her job do not lose heart. It is possible to transform them from an underperformer to a go-getter with some simple assistance from you.
Trust me, most people who are not doing their work are not lazy or stupid, or incompetent. Remember that MOST of us want to do a good job. Most of us want our colleagues to think highly of our professional abilities. Then WHY wouldn’t everyone simply just do their job? That is what you want to figure out because once you do, YOU can help!
This is a 45-minute audio lesson. You can listen to it on your commute, or while you run errands or do your workout.
If you have one or two team members who are underperforming, and you are not sure why – then this audio lesson is for you. If you are curious about the type of challenges we might face with team members who miss deadlines or do not complete their assignments, this is for you.
And it earns you .75 PDUs professional development units.
This could be the audio lesson that helps you get your team members in better shape – so that together you can experience career growth and project success.
Margaret is pmStudent community leader. Her background in IT Project Management and PMO Leadership; enables Margaret to understand that managing projects can be difficult. This is why her goal is to provide her community with knowledge and skills that can be used on the job RIGHT NOW! Her wish is to see her students take on tough projects and emerge as strong and sought-after project managers.
Margaret is a dynamic teacher, who uses her real-life lessons learned combined with inspiration, common sense, and a dash of humor to create students who successfully navigate the human side of the project world.
Margaret Meloni holds an M.B.A. from California State University, Long Beach. And a PhD in Religious Studies from University of the West. She is also a certified Project Management Professional (PMP).