How to Bounce Back and Move Forward When You’ve Promoted The Wrong Employee

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How to Bounce Back and Move Forward When You’ve Promoted The Wrong Employee

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Gain a confident, comprehensive understanding of the challenges and consequences associated with promoting the wrong employee.

 

By attending this presentation, participants will learn to identify early signs of misfits within their teams, equipping them with the knowledge needed to make informed decisions in future promotion processes. Furthermore, attendees will acquire practical strategies for addressing promotion mistakes and fostering a resilient leadership approach this session is crucial for anyone involved in leadership or managerial roles, as it provides valuable insight into effective decision-making and remaining team morale during times of transition. Attendees will leave with actionable takeaways to enhance their leadership skills and drive positive outcomes within their organizations.

 

Learning Objectives

  • You will be able to define the consequences of promoting the wrong employee and its impact on team dynamics.
  • You will be able to describe key indicators that suggest a promoted employee may not be the right fit for a position.
  • You will be able to discuss actionable steps for addressing promotion mistakes and implementing recovery strategies effectively.
  • You will be able to explain the role of resilience in leadership and how it contributes to bouncing back from setbacks.

Additional Details

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Content Expert - Lorman

 

Date And Time

2024-06-21 @ 01:00 PM to
2024-06-21 @ 02:00 PM
 

Registration End Date

2024-06-21
 

Location

Online event
 

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