The Skip-Level Meeting
When You Want to Talk to the Manager’s Manager
Building a Diverse Workforce – Program 19
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Program 19: “The Skip-Level Meeting: When You Want to Talk to the Manager’s Manager”
Your organization believes in open and honest communication and has an organization-wide open door policy. So how do you cope with managers who want to control the information that their superiors get from subordinates?
What do you do when your managers are afraid of the open door policy? This scenario captures a conversation between a woman and her supervisor, and his attempt to “constructively coach” her for a successful meeting with his supervisor. In addition to these “coaching” issues, there are issues of the effectiveness of work/family programs and career development for women.
Mary Johnson and Bob Smith
KEY LEARNING POINTS
- Building an open workplace
- Valuing open, honest communication
- Creating a trusting, ethical, and efficient workplace
- Understanding the importance and value of skip-level meetings
- DVD (10 Minutes)
- Comprehensive Facilitator’s Guide
This program is part of the Building a Diverse Workforce in the Global Millennium series. Discounted pricing is available on series purchase.
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