HR Consulting Topics

By March 24, 2016 December 16th, 2019 On-Site Learning & Consulting
The days may be getting shorter, but the need for ongoing learning and development remains ever present. With learning opportunities from the EA, that can sharpen and enhance key skills for you and your team!
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Learning Opportunities:

Behavioral Interviewing


Building Civility and Respect in the Workplace – Unconscious Bias

Ditch the Drama: Reality Based Leadership: offered exclusively to EA members.

Employee Engagement Surveys

Employee Handbook Review/Updates


Extraordinary Customer Experience Training


The Five Languages of Appreciation at Work

Harassment Awareness and Prevention


How to T.R.U.S.T. as a Team

HR Audits

Supervisory Academy

Train the Trainer: Building Effective Facilitation Skills to Make Learning Last

What Supervisors Need/Ought to Know About Compliance Issues

Working Better Together, With DISC
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