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Leads must learn the power of influence to have an impact. This class teaches the skills they will use daily—managing their changing relationships with co-workers, establishing open communication, clearly setting expectations, and giving feedback to improve performance.
In today’s business climate, it is essential for employers to take proactive steps toward preventing harassment in the workplace.
Archbright is pleased to announce our Annual Workplace Performance Symposium. We hope you can join us as Archbright experts cover the best practices, hot topics, and emerging trends that impact HR professionals every day.
The No. 1 reason people quit their jobs is a bad boss or immediate supervisor. Learn how to dramatically boost effectiveness through the use of consistent models for everyday supervision activities, including feedback, discipline and documentation, delegation, and teamwork skills.
Designed for individuals who are new to Human Resources or whose primary expertise is in another field (such as payroll or accounting). This course provides an overview of the functions and competencies that a new HR generalist or other HR professional will use on a daily basis.
Many employers are unaware of when and why records should be created, what records must be retained, and where and how they must be stored. Learn how to balance efficient administration and compliance with legal requirements.
This one-day course certifies attendees in basic first aid and CPR, including the operation of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED). Participants gain the knowledge, skills, and background to effectively recognize an emergency and take appropriate action.
To maintain state-recognized first aid certification, certified employees must attend a four-hour recertification course every two years. This half-day course recertifies attendees in basic first aid and CPR, including the operation of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED).
Bullying in the workplace results in poor performance, attendance and health problems, and even turnover of high performers. Learn to protect your organization and build an environment where all employees enthusiastically contribute their best to the organization.
If your team members are not doing their part effectively, it can be nearly impossible to deliver great results.
Federal and State Wage and Hour Regulations are arguably the most confusing and difficult area of employment and personnel law to administer.
A culture with weak accountability is one where those who see problems say nothing because they assume they don’t have the authority or skills to raise a concern.
Employers are starting to fully understand the impact of financial stress among their employees.
A major factor in our success in the workplace is the ability to work with others. Develop an awareness of your unique behaviors and the behaviors of those you work with to increase your effectiveness and reduce tension.
Excellent customer service is crucial for good business. Learn to deal with internal and external distractions, to listen for the meaning behind customers’ communications, and to respond professionally to difficult customers of any type.
Learn a powerful set of interaction skills that enables you to communicate more effectively with colleagues and customers and, in the process, build trust, strengthen partnerships, and achieve desired results.
All projects share core components related to planning and oversight. Understanding and utilizing a few standardized methods and procedures to prepare and launch a project will help keep it focused, on task, and driving toward on-time delivery.
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