WORKPLACE DISCIPLINE & PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT WITH MAXPEOPLE

CPA Webinar Series

PRESENTED DIRECT-TO-YOUR-DESKTOP with MaxPeople

Date and Time

Archived Webinar: Available until August 11, 2017

NOTE: For certified members, this seminar counts toward 1.5 hours of continuing professional education.

This webinar will teach participants the importance of effective performance management practices and how these practices will enable their people to become more productive, engaged and effective employees.

Participants will learn how to assess the gap between their employees' current and desired performance, by clarifying the role expectations and setting appropriate goals. They will learn how to identify challenges in an employee's performance and understand the issues that may be derailing their performance. Business owners and Managers will also be equipped with the tools needed to minimize risk when dealing with workplace discipline

How You Will Benefit:

  • How to drive a successful performance discussion
  • Increase your  employee's engagement and job success
  • Leverage your employee's strengths and developmental areas

What You Will Learn:

  • How to plan for your performance management discussions
  • Importance of regular and effective feedback
  • How to identify your own pitfalls and barriers within your performance
  • Identify the root of performance issues and address poor performance before it spirals
  • The transition of a performance issue to progressive discipline
  • How to move through the different stages of progressive discipline

About the Speaker

Jordan Rodney is the founder of Rodney Employment Law and the President of MaxPeople, a firm offering premium on-site HR and Employment Law service to organizations who understand and care about the power of people and do not have HR expertise in-house.

Jordan is an employment lawyer and a results-driven Human Resource professional with 20 years of experience in a broad spectrum of employment and labour matters including, but not limited to, employee and labour relations, negotiation, facilitation and change management. Jordan incorporates a variety of tools, assessments (The McQuaig System ®) and continuous improvement methodologies to help his clients improve their performance.

A sought-after speaker, Jordan has spoken to members of various groups including, among others, the International Customer Service Association (ICSA), the Canadian General Accountants (CGA), the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA), the Canadian Construction Association (CCA) and the Canadian Association of Recycling Industries (CARI). Jordan has been published and quoted in the Globe and Mail, Canadian HR Reporter, the Voice magazine and Lawyers Weekly.

Prior to joining MaxPeople, Jordan worked in the Beverage, Broadcasting, Courier and Manufacturing industries. Within these diverse businesses, he successfully managed complex project initiatives, cultivated deep client relationships, negotiated multiple collective agreements, designed and delivered numerous training seminars and identified practical human resources solutions for companies.

Jordan was previously an instructor at the Schulich School of Business in the Organizational Studies Department and at George Brown in their Corporate Training Department. Jordan has been published and quoted in the Globe and Mail, Canadian HR Reporter, Voice Magazine, Dialogue Magazine and The Lawyers Weekly.

Jordan obtained a B.A. from York University, an LL.B. from the University of Western Ontario, and is a member of the Ontario Bar. Jordan further specialized in Human Resources at Queen's University obtaining a Master's of Industrial Relations.

Jordan is focused on ensuring that organizations are equipped to handle workplace issues using innovative and cost-effective solutions. He enjoys coaching people to achieve their maximum potential while assisting organizations to achieve their objectives.

This webinar will be facilitated by Payroll Consultants from the Compliance Services and Programs department at the Canadian Payroll Association. This informative 90 minute webinar will include a 60 minute presentation and a 30 minute session to answer live and pre-submitted questions.

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Cost

CPA Member - $99.00 plus applicable taxes 
Non-member - $149.00 plus applicable taxes

How to Register

REGISTER ONLINE.