Performance Conversations Simplified at Chamber of Commerce Workshop
Most everyone encounters unpleasant moments in the
workplace. Whether it is a conversation with the boss, or if you’re the boss
and you need to deal with an employee issue, the conversation can be difficult.
The Lake Havasu Area Chamber of Commerce March special Workshop, “Painless
Performance Conversations – A Practical Approach to Critical Day to Day
Workplace Discussions” will help area businesses learn to finesse those
situations and get back to business.
The workshop will be held in the Sunset Room at the London
Bridge Resort on Thursday, March 7 beginning with continental breakfast at 8:30
a.m. The program concludes at 4 p.m. and includes lunch.
Program facilitator is Marnie E. Green. Green is the
nation’s go-to expert in the development of leaders. An author, Green has
penned two books on dealing with difficult workplace conversations. She has
trained public and private sector organizations over the past 25 years
including the cities of Las Vegas, San Jose and Honolulu, special districts in
the Phoenix area and the Bureau of Land Management; also corporate clients like
Charles Schwab, Nationwide Insurance and the World Health Organization in
Geneva. She holds a bachelor and master’s degree from Arizona State University
and is also a graduate of Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government’s
Art and Practice of Leadership Develop0ment residency program.
The workshop is part of a six-session series of the
Chamber’s Advanced Havasu Leadership Development Program with this session
being offered also to Chamber members and the general public. Tuition for the
day is $99 for Chamber members; $129 General Admission; and $59 for Havasu
Leadership Development graduates.
Green’s two books will also be available for purchase at the