Oilfield supervisors learn effective methods for: addressing performance issues and interpersonal conflicts; holding employees accountable for their behaviors; and solving problems while maintaining positive relationships on and off the job. Trainees face challenging situations and must choose how to respond before observing the positive or negative outcomes. Part of the “Supervisor Training Series.
Those born in the 1980s and ‘90s have come of age in a culture defined by rapid technological change, 9/11, ongoing war, corporate misdeeds and the Great Recession. Supervisors will learn to identify the unique motivations and expectations of Millennials; develop strategies to address their need for purpose, mentorship and challenge; and coach them on how to adapt to the needs of the workplace.
This program teaches supervisors to focus on developing employees by using formal evaluations to discuss performance and set goals and by giving positive, on-the-spot feedback more frequently. Supervisors make choices in interactive scenarios that challenge beliefs about discrimination, raises, and objectivity and see how their decisions affect crewmembers. Part of the “Supervisor Training Series.
There are simple steps that every company and its employees can take to avoid the increasing risk of cyberattacks. Our new cyber security training provides learners with basic tools to help protect sensitive information on their computers, phones, tablets and other devices.
HIPAA protects the privacy and security of people’s health information. It limits how we use and share this information while giving patients more control over their health information. It’s important for covered entities, their business associates, and subcontractors to fully comply with HIPAA’s requirements in order to maintain the integrity and security of protected health information and also avoid costly violation penalties.