Non-clients: $630 per attendee
Program Ends: 12:00 PM
Supervision and evaluation are ongoing processes of active exchanges between a supervisor and an employee in support of accomplishing the objectives of the local educational agency (LEA). Due to restrictive statutory regulations and contractual obligations, evaluation processes and disciplinary proceedings for LEAs are commonly focused on procedures, the “what,” versus the "how" of engaging with employees to produce positive outcomes.
A narrow focus on the mechanics of employee engagement can stifle the human resources (HR) department’s ability to effectively manage employees. This is especially the case with employees who are struggling in their ability to meet the standards and expectations of their job. Supervision and evaluation have different purposes and outcomes but are complementary. This webinar series will focus on HR’s statutory responsibilities related to evaluation and discipline, integrated with best leadership practices that focus on employee engagement and outcomes.
This two-part webinar will focus on statutory requirements regarding evaluation procedures, supervision practices, and the mechanics of disciplinary processes. Webinar presenters have a depth of experience managing LEA employees at various levels and will share tools, templates, and procedures to help HR administrators as well as other site and department leaders effectively lead staff. In addition to the webinar, presenters will host an interactive roundtable to cover Q&A discussions and best practices.
Includes a round table discussion following the webinar from 1pm to 2pm
- Statutory evaluation requirements for certificated employees—and procedural advice for classified employee evaluations
- Effective leadership activities and management of employee performance
- Employee supervision—leadership practices that encourage professional growth and development
- How to interrupt poor performance in the workplace and set the tone for productivity
- Creating legally defensible documentation