9. A day to really think about their job without having to also perform it.
8. An opportunity to consider individual skills that they need to perform the job.
7. Training in information and/or skills that is completely new.
6. Time to think through the new information before applying/implementing it at work.
5. A chance to ask about questions/concerns they have about their job in a safe environment.
4. An opportunity to learn strategies and resolutions of work problems from fellow classmates.
3. A feeling that their employer expects them to improve their performance.
2. A feeling that they are valued by their employer.
1. A newly improved employee!
Questions to Ponder:
- Do your employees currently have a way to express concerns or ask questions in a very non-threatening way?
- Is there a procedure for employees to ask for help?
- If an employee asks for help, how is their request handled?