Managing Employee Conduct in the Workplace

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Images of the HANDWRITTEN NOTES made by Chris Larham while attending this course in January 2017: page one; page two.
Resizable versions of the TWO IMAGES BELOW can be viewed here: page one; page two.
The POWERPOINT PRESENTATION given by Ian Alford of the RCHT Learning and Development team on 24th January 2017, at RCHT Treliske Hospital, can be opened/downloaded here [link permission obtained from the Learning and Development team]
An ACAS GUIDANCE DOCUMENT on the subject of ‘Challenging Conversations’ can be opened/downloaded here
A PRINTABLE TEXT DOCUMENT comprising the source material for the following two images can be opened/downloaded here

Managing Employee Conduct in the Workplace

An image of the first page of a print-friendly text document version of the notes taken by Chris Larham during a session on the subject of Managing Employee Conduct in the Workplace, as part of the Manager's Passport course [January 2017].
Managing Employee Conduct in the Workplace: Page One

An image of the second page of a print-friendly text document version of the notes taken by Chris Larham during a session on the subject of Managing Employee Conduct in the Workplace, as part of the Manager's Passport course [January 2017].
Managing Employee Conduct in the Workplace: Page Two

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34-year-old father of three wonderful children [William, Seth, and Alyssa]. Works as an Assistant Technical Officer in the Sterile Services Department of Treliske Hospital, Cornwall. Enjoys jogging, web design, being a bit of a geek, and supporting Arsenal FC. Obtained a BA degree in English from the University of Bolton in 2008, and has continued to gain qualifications in a diverse range of subjects thereafter.

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