Breakfast Briefing
Dealing with Difficult Employees in a Changing Workplace
Thursday, 10 September 2015

There is a new manager who does things differently. Existing staff, especially long-service staff, find adjustment difficult. In this briefing, Stephen will go through some scenarios and consider how to deal with difficult situations where change results in opposition, and balancing the benefits and the risks of different courses of action.

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