HRM 5806 Team and Employee Effectiveness
Students examine the communications challenges specific to teams as well as the feedback process that occurs in coaching or managing relationships. Students practice building and working in teams in order to create strong personal connections, communicate effectively, build security and trust, and achieve common goals. Employee effectiveness is dependent upon the feedback processes that occur in the workplace. Students learn how to engage in a number of key one-on-one interactions to ensure improved performance. These key interactions encompass the life cycle of employment: interviewing, onboarding, setting goals, performance reviews, coaching and termination. Students practice strategies that help them develop direct reports and improve their ability to successfully engage in critical coaching conversations.
Recommended Course Prerequisite: 5120
Enrollment in LMBA Degree required