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Join your peers in Fairfield, CA for two days of quality fleet management education and training. Learn about high-value concepts and processes you can apply to your agency's fleet organization.
Join your peers in Fairfield, CA for two days of quality fleet management education and training. Learn about high-value concepts and processes you can apply to your agency’s fleet organization. When you attend the Northern California Public Fleet Summit you will go home energized with ideas from both the instructors and your peers that will make your operation a success.
We specifically designed the PFS curriculum to meet several of today’s challenging issues facing regional fleet organizations and public agencies. Spend two days networking with state, province, city, and county fleet managers, fleet staff, public works directors, PFS speakers, and fleet industry vendors. Learn more about regional and common fleet issues and how to solve them.
MEMA Members receive a discounted fee – Full two-day Summit for MEMA – $199.00
2 (Thursday) 7:20 am - 3 (Friday) 12:30 pm
Fairfield Community Center - Willow Hall
1000 Kentucky St., Fairfield, CA 94533
The City of Long Beach Fleet Services Bureau is hosting an Improving Employee Performance training class. This class, which is opened to everyone but geared more toward managerial, supervisory, and
The City of Long Beach Fleet Services Bureau is hosting an Improving Employee Performance training class. This class, which is opened to everyone but geared more toward managerial, supervisory, and lead staff, will cover the following:
- Be accountable for carrying out their role for creating an environment that inspires and enables employees to bring their best.
- Learn leadership and coaching skills to help employees improve and sustain quality performance.
- Coach and reinforce those employees who consistently and enthusiastically deliver outstanding performance.
- Keep motivated employees “motivated.”
- Deal effectively with and correct unacceptable employee behavior.
- Improve communication and problem solving skills when directing the performance of employees who have been allowed to “test the lower limits of productivity.”
- Develop and communicate specific and measurable job expectations and performance standards.
- Coach effectively.
- Resolve conflict effectively.
- Plan and prepare for performance appraisals effectively.
- Use “progressive discipline” appropriately as a tool to improve sub-standard performance and poor work habits.
- Keep performance discussions honest, open, on track, and in accordance with sound personnel practices.
- Learn the role of management and Human Resources in supporting leadership efforts to improve employee performance and deal with unacceptable employee behavior.
RSVP: Forrest Story at 562.997.3901 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The class is limited to 30 participants, so RSVP now!
(Tuesday) 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
City of Long Beach -Environmental Services Bureau
2929 E. Willow Street Long Beach, CA 90806
Public Sector ExcellenceForrest Story 562.997.3901 or email@example.com