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Understanding Human Performance


Location Start date End date Price Inquire Register
Dubai 24.06.2018 28.06.2018 3,950 $ Inquire now Register
London 24.06.2018 28.06.2018 5,950 $ Inquire now Register
Dubai 22.07.2018 26.07.2018 3,950 $ Inquire now Register
Istanbul 22.07.2018 26.07.2018 5,950 $ Inquire now Register
Dubai 09.09.2018 13.09.2018 3,950 $ Inquire now Register
Vienna 23.09.2018 27.09.2018 5,950 $ Inquire now Register
Barcelona 16.12.2018 20.12.2018 5,950 $ Inquire now Register
Dubai 16.12.2018 20.12.2018 3,950 $ Inquire now Register
Dubai 06.01.2019 10.01.2019 3,950 $ Inquire now Register
Moscow 06.01.2019 10.01.2019 6,950 $ Inquire now Register
Dubai 03.02.2019 07.02.2019 3,950 $ Inquire now Register
Istanbul 03.02.2019 07.02.2019 5,950 $ Inquire now Register
Beirut 10.03.2019 14.03.2019 3,950 $ Inquire now Register
Dubai 07.04.2019 11.04.2019 3,950 $ Inquire now Register

Overview

The key to understanding and managing people effectively is to know something about what makes people act and behave in the ways they do. What are the drivers that determine individual behaviour, action and motivation? This programme looks at the underlying assumptions we make about human behaviour and psychology and explains them. In particular the workshop will apply this knowledge to understanding how to make management and leadership more effective and efficient.
 
But people are not machines, they can be seriously affected by personal and work-related problems and concerns. People problems can include work related stress, marriage problems, lack of motivation, work stress, long hours of work, turnover, under-staffing, nationalisation, bullying and job insecurity all impact on employee’s health and performance. The cost to the employer can be enormous. No matter what industry you work in, stress at work can be a very real and overwhelming experience.
 
The amount of employees suffering from stress and stress-related illnesses is rapidly rising. More than half (53%) of people in work have suffered stress in the past 12 months, while one in four people had taken time off sick through stress in the previous year, according to the latest research by the International Stress Management Association.

Objectives

  • A clearer understanding of human behaviour
  • A clear appreciation of how attitude affects behaviour and motivation
  • Be clearer on how to manage employee performance by:
    • Having practiced performance appraisal interviewing
    • Having worked though discipline and grievance case studies and examples
  • To understand people problems at work
  • To identify and develop critical skills needed for stress management
  • To develop effective workplace interventions
  • To understand how to motivate & counsel others
  • To apply best practice in the management of employee problems