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Jamie LaRue on Administrative Conversations

"The 20 Second Talk." We go 20 years avoiding a 20 second conversation. Join Jamie LaRue for this informative webinar about administrative conversations.

When: 5/26/15
10:30 AM until 11:30 AM
Where: Online
Presenter: Jamie LaRue
Contact: Racheal
513-751-4422 x10

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Jamie LaRue on Administrative Conversations: The 20 Second Talk 

Tuesday, May 26th from 10:30 – 11:30 am Eastern

Competency: Personal/Interpersonal Competencies

Sub-Topic: Understands a variety of difficult behavior patterns and develops responses appropriate to each 

"The 20 Second Talk." We go 20 years avoiding a 20 second conversation. Suppose you had a simple, honest, direct script that let you tell employees hard things about their performance problems without being anything but clear and respectful? In this webinar, you'll write the script that's guaranteed to get results.


Designed for supervisors and managers, the interactive and informative program will help participants:

  • Understand the supervisory responsibility of clarity
  • Get practice producing concise, specific scripts to identify problem behaviors and their solution


Jamie LaRue ~ Biography

Author of the award-winning book, "The New Inquisition," a weekly newspaper columnist for over 25 years, and a former public library administrator, today James (Jamie) LaRue writes, speaks, and consults on leadership, organizational development, community engagement, and the future of libraries. Jamie is a Candidate for President of the American Library Association in 2016-17.

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