We look forward to seeing you in Savannah!
Stop by our booth on March 30th and 31st
See our presentation on April 1st
“Managing Problematic Behaviors in the Workplace”
When Things at Work Aren’t So Peachy…
We hope you join us for “When Things at Work Aren’t So Peachy… Managing Problematic Behaviors in the Workplace” with John A. Haley on Wednesday April 1st at 1:30pm.
Problematic and disruptive employee behaviors in the workplace can be costly to any public entity, and can present a significant challenge to management and Human Resource professionals alike, who must work to balance employee performance with organizational expectations and job requirements. The importance of being proactive in response to these behaviors is critical, and can potentially help organizations avoid the legal and organizational pitfalls of not addressing such issues in a prompt and strategic manner.
This class will identify the 4 “D’s” of problematic behaviors in the workplace (Distracting, Disruptive, Disorderly and Dangerous) and will help participants identify various management and organizational strategies for effectively approaching these types of conduct issues. A review of managing dangerous behaviors and key elements of workplace violence prevention programs will also be addressed.
JOHN A. HALEY, MBA
Law Enforcement Professional
John Haley is a seasoned law enforcement professional with over thirty years of experience in operations related to investigations, safety and awareness. He has investigated, evaluated and managed various types of threats, including crimes of violence and witness intimidation. John operated and managed a large scale witness protection and relocation program for a large California prosecutorial agency. He is a certified law enforcement instructor for defensive tactics, firearms and witness protection courses. John began his career with the San Diego Police Department in 1984. He then joined the Chula Vista Police Department, where his assignments included patrol, S.W.A.T., defensive tactics instructor and investigations.