Course Description
Applying an understanding the arc of Employee Lifecycles and the Four Stages in a Job or Career can help Juvenile Justice Managers take charge of their own development and accelerate advancement. Using the Four Stages in a Job or Career can enable managers to coach more effectively, mentor subordinates, and get the greatest return on their organization’s human capital investment. In Module Two, you will learn to calculate the financial consequences of employee turnover.

Learning Objectives
  • Determine and define where you are in the cycle and how you can use this course to make progress toward your career goals.
  • Use the Turnover Cost Calculator to calculate costs associated with specific job replacements.
  • Identify the three ways managers can minimize the costs of turnover.
  • Plan how your organization might improve the effectiveness of its hiring efforts by applying Competency Modeling and Behavioral Event Interviewing.
  • Identify specific Competencies related to your job.
  • Explain differences between traditional interviewing and Behavioral Event Interviewing.
  • Create samples of S-A-R interviewing questions.
  • Study the Situational Leadership Model; compare and contrast to your own predominant leadership style.
  • Describe differences between Task behaviors and People behaviors, self-assess your current capabilities in each, and create your own Individual Development Plan for improvement.