How to Fire Someone (so it's pleasant for both of you!)
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How to Fire Someone so they say "thank you" and shake your hand when you're done.
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Created by Scot Conway
Last updated 5/2015
English
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Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Fire Someone You Need Off Your Team
  • Make it a pleasant conversation.
  • Have them sincerely thank you when you're done.
  • Have ex-team members leave with positive feelings about you and your company.
  • Protect your reputation on review sites and social media.
  • Earn the respect of members of the team still with you for how well you handle things like this.
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Requirements
  • This course is for all levels. No materials are necessary.
Description

Most people HATE having to fire someone. Whether you have to let someone go from the business, transfer them out of your department, or just get them off your project, this can be an unpleasant discussion all around.

What if you could fire someone so they say “thank you” and shake your hand when you're done? What if it was a pleasant, classy discussion that even the ex-employee would speak positively about long after they're gone?

There are a lot of great reasons to know how to end a business relationship with someone in a positive way. An often over-looked reason is that your team members see the dignity with which you handle letting someone go. They see how you handle people's mistakes or inability. They see that you step up, take care of business, get the job done… and you're NICE about it.

For anyone that has any influence over the hiring and firing of employees, this is a crucial skill. It's important for anyone who has the responsibility for any team. You will encounter people you need to let go, and you will have a team that is watching you to see how you handle it.

“How to Fire Someone so they say 'thank you' and shake your hand when you're done” is the most in-demand, signature technique from the world's only 360-Degree Leadership System. This program also gives you a very brief introduction to that system.

Who is the target audience?
  • If firing someone is one of your responsibilities, you MUST learn this!
  • You should learn this if you have influence over hiring and firing decisions.
  • This program is important for anyone who supervises teams, projects, departments or companies.
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7 Lectures
01:04:53
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"I hate firing people!"
2 Lectures 14:40
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4P360 Firing Solution
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4P360 Firing Solution: Gap Technique Level 1
08:01

4P360 Firing Solution: Gap Technique Level 2
10:55

4P360 Firing Solution: Gap Technique Level 3
12:50

Section 2 Quiz
4 questions
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4P360 Leadership: The 360 Degree Leadership System Introduction
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Becomign a 4P360 Company
00:51
About the Instructor
Scot Conway
4.3 Average rating
14 Reviews
720 Students
5 Courses
Ph.D., J.D., Author, Equipping Leader, Master Martial Artist

Scot Conway, Ph.D., J.D. has authored over a dozen books and uncounted articles for a great many publications. He has more than three decades of experience teaching, training and equipping students, clients and colleagues!

In his martial art, the word "sensei" is used to mean "one who has walked the path and can show others the way." Mastery, then, includes not just learning skills, but also learning how to equip others with those skills.

Conway's goal is to train others to be masters.