The National Attorneys General Training & Research Institute
Understanding, Diagnosing, and Addressing Performance and Conduct Problems in Offices of the Attorneys General
This leadership course offers participants an opportunity to use a diagnostic framework to analyze situations involving performance and conduct issues in order to uncover the cause of the problem and to prepare and execute a plan that addresses the problem in a constructive way, resulting in changed behavior, improved relationships, and enhanced performance. Participants will also practice preparing for and conducting conversations in an effort to address common performance and conduct issues that arise in offices of the attorneys general.
Given the differences in state policies, rules, and formal processes, this program does not examine legal issues for managers, such as performance improvement plans, administrative or human resource actions, collective bargaining matters, formal disciplinary actions, or termination procedures.
This course is open to Attorney General Staff who have completed the basic Core Leadership Competencies for First-line and Mid-line Managers training or Core Competencies for Executive and Senior Leaders course.
Nominations for this training open Friday, February 1, 2019
The nominations period for this training will close on Friday, March 1, 2019
CLICK HERE to submit a nomination