MMA Summer Series: Day to Day Supervision Part 1 - Shared screen with speaker view
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Hi Patti! Yes the videos are on the MMA site. Here is the link - https://www.thenationalcouncil.org/events-and-training/training-development-courses/upcoming-middle-management-academy-trainings/
Evaluations are coming up...i gave my staff a heads up...one of them stated that they are just going to sign whatever is stated...which gives me impression that she anticipates a bad review. I honestly didnt know how to reply. Any thoughts?
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Hello Dianette! no problem! we welcome questions!
Strengths and areas for improvement during end of year evaluations should never be a surprise to the employee. It is important to continually have these discussions throughout the year.
I agree with you Yvette. 9 times out of 10, the staff knows there downfalls and they can ask for advice to improve. great point1
That's a really interesting question about age dynamics. I was just on another training this week about cultural humility and that sounds like a microaggression. I think being able to have a conversation about that is critical.
answer to the age question.. advancing and growing globally within the context of the company or personally within a career can be gathered from all individuals within the organization, which could include clients, peers, upper management, and hopefully myself. Where do you see yourself in your process of growing?
The age dynamic IS interesting. One of my staff members is older than me and subtly tries to challenge me because she has "kids my age".
Jocko Wilink's books about leadership are great
difficult conversations come up because they are necessary, they become more difficult if the supervisor focuses on how unfair it is to have to have such a conversation, or the supervisory expectation that you shouldn't need to have such a conversation. If a supervisor sees themselves as a person who does not shy away from a topic and can answer in a professional manner, any conversation can be tackled
I agree Timothy. Good points.
So true Timothy
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Thanks so much
Enjoyed this. Very engaging. Thank you Jeanne!!