Training Announcement: June 11, 2015

Training Announcement: June 11, 2015

Navigating Employee Performance Concerns

Presented by Christine Thelen

Dealing with poor performance is probably one of the lest favorite tasks of a supervisor, yet it is also one of the most critical. Poor performance bring down productivity, disrupt operations, and pollute employee morale.

This interactive training session focuses on effective strategies for addressing employee performance issues in the workplace. We will discuss the common root causes, techniques for addressing performance issues, and common pitfalls to avoid. We will also explore proven methods for reducing legal risks when addressing performance issues.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand and be able to recognize the common causes of poor performance.
  • Identify ways to improve your approach to addressing performance issues.
  • Learn and be able to implement best practices for addressing common performance issues.
  • Explore proven methods for reducing legal risks when addressing performance issues.


Who Should Attend

  • Supervisors/Managers
  • Business Leaders
  • HR Professionals


Event Details

Date: Thursday, June 11, 2015
Time: 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Location: Warner Pacific College
HRCI: 2 Credits
SHRM: 3 Credits
Cost: $65

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Christine Thelen, Manager, HR Services

Christine Thelen is the Manager of HR Services at Trupp HR, a human resources company that provides HR consulting services, HR outsourcing, recruiting, and leadership development solutions for small to mid-sized organizations in the greater Portland-Vancouver metro area.

Christine has extensive experience assisting clients with the drafting and implementation of compliant HR policy, providing training and counsel, and a strong focus on employment law. Her portfolio includes managing and training employees and supervisors on policies and procedures, and providing practical legal advice and guidance on employment law for a variety of organizations. Christine’s background has contributed to a firm understanding of business operations and the ability to advise organizations on developing and implementing policy and process improvements.

Christine graduated from Temple University – James E. Beasley School of Law with a Doctor of Law (JD). Her undergraduate work includes a BA in Government and Economics from Claremont McKenna College.

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