3 Essential Skills to Manage Employees in the Digital Age

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  • Author
    Yvette De Luna, Esq.
  • Level
    Advanced
  • Study time
    8-12 hours

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Everyone agrees that there is a generalized staff shortage. In this workshop you will gain the skills you need to shift The Great Resignation to Great Growth and avoid getting hit by the hiring and retention trend. The course is an adjunct of the book Are you an Employee Magnet or Repellent?  Learn the 3 Anti-Repellent Skills to Manage Employees in the Digital Age. 

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  • Author
    Yvette De Luna, Esq.
  • Level
    Advanced
  • Study time
    8-12 hours

ABOUT YVETTE DE LUNA, ESQ.

Painter, instructor, writer
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One day Yvette, as attorney De Luna likes to be called, dove into employee claims prevention. She identified lack of documentation and work interpersonal skills as the biggest source of employee claims. So, she developed easy to follow document templates and identified the specific interpersonal skills needed to maintain healthy work relationships with employees. In addition to litigating employment law, she trained in positive discipline, mindfulness, and appreciation at work. Hence, she was able to identify the bare basic interpersonal work skills required to successfully manage employees. Those 3 bare and basic skills are respect, empathy, and detachment and Yvette teaches you how to leverage these at work.

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From understanding generational gaps, embracing remote work and dealing with gossip…to learning new skills and having difficult conversations, the advice in this book is TIMELY, ACTIONABLE and, better yet, CONCISE."
Z Hernandez
CFO OF A Non-Profit Organizatioin
"I loved it! It looks like is coming out of the Harvard Business Review. It shows the amount of wisdom you have. One of the new things for me is to avoid familial relationships with employees and detachment. I also liked the generations working together and the one about difficult conversations."
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