Reviewed and recertified for 2013. Essential for administrators and supervisors — and employees.
Lynne does it again! Continuing her series on hands-on management, she tackles the hardest part of the job: employees: how to find them, how to train them, how to keep them, what the law says about them. All in a logical, readable, practical package of principles, practices, strategies and tactics. Most chapters have scenarios and exercises to help you train yourself to act, not react, in specific situations. All come from a lifetime of experience in the real world.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Know the questions that an interviewer is allowed to ask
- Understand why it is illegal to ask for some information
- Know the laws that employees have to protect them from being mistreated
- Describe six factors that should be included in communication
- Identify points of information that should be included in orientation
- Explain why new employees need an orientation
- Discuss the basic assumptions of andragogyCompare andragogy to pedagogy
- List the elements that explain how adults learn
- Explain the parts of a behavioral objective
- List the five ingredients in good teaching
- Identify the ways information may be presented
- Explain the importance of on-the-job training
- Define the procedure used to prepare for in-service training
- Identify the levels of the cognitive domain
- Recognize the levels of the affective domain
- Explain how lesson plans are prepared
- Understand how a task breakdown is used by an employee
- Discuss why it is necessary to have coworkers understand each other
- Explain the importance of the evaluation process
- Describe the procedures used in disciplinary actions
- Understand the problems that could arise from improper termination
This course is intended for an interprofessional audience, including dietitians and health educators.
Health educators: Take this version of the course to ensure you receive appropriate credit.
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Provider ID: CA0084 (98709) for 01/01/2012 to 12/31/2015, 114941 for 01/01/2016 to 12/31/2019.
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