FRISK Leadership Training
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Effectively Communicating with Employees to Influence Improvement in Substandard Performance or Conduct
Skilled evaluators should know WHAT to say and HOW to convey the feedback message to employees who are experiencing performance problems. This session will focus on the five communication elements of FRISK® and the importance of each feedback element in addressing below-standard employee performance.
What is FRISK®?
The FRISK® Leadership Training Program is a proven communication framework for successfully remediating performance problems and developing legally defensible documentation when discipline is necessary. This program has been used for the past 30 years by school districts, county offices of education, professional education associations, universities, and community and state colleges for training and required coursework.
How Does FRISK® Work?
The training incorporates examples and hypotheticals to explain the FRISK® communication components and major documentation techniques, including the steps for progressive discipline. Emphasis is placed on using verbal feedback and documentation as a constructive, principled means of improving employee performance. Attendees will need the FRISK® handbook which is designed as a practical reference guide for evaluators.
Attendees can purchase the FRISK® handbook here.
Who Should Attend: All classifications and levels of authority, including instructional
and non-instructional. Limit of 10 attendees per District.
Date: September 23, 2020
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Registration: $99 per person / FRISK® handbook sold separately
Questions? Contact Amanda Vega Peinado at firstname.lastname@example.org
Amanda Vega Peinado at email@example.com