TrainingBriefs® I’m Not Gonna Work Extra Hours
Managing for Peak Performance
We all have a lot of things to get done during the day. As a manager or supervisor, you are charged with delegating those tasks to your team throughout the day. But you have an employee who won’t stay after hours or come in early when it’s needed. The position requires this kind of flexibility. What do you do?
Learning Path & Details
Suggested Industry Usage
- Developing Core Leadership Skills
- Leading and Managing for Peak Performance
- Learn how to address an employee who will not work extra hours.
- Demonstrate the problem with examples of how the work was negatively affected when they weren't available.
- Audible Narration
- Linear Navigation
- Integrated Video
- Interactions and Activities
- Downloadable Job Aid
Training Files (1)
Being a manager or supervisor is a fulfilling role. But as you know, there are times where you’ll need to tackle tough situations. When it comes to working with an employee who will not work extra hours, as required by their role, you need to clarify the employee’s role and expectations in your own mind, and then clearly and specifically relay those expectations to the employee.