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Supervisor’s Toolkit I: Supervisory Fundamentals
February 21, 2017 @ 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Congratulations, you’re a supervisor! Whether you were recently promoted or have been supervising people for years, this workshop is for you. Your job is to get results through the work performance of others. Learn how to lead and influence your employees. The training will provide you with tools for setting clear performance expectations, providing positive and negative feedback, and resolving conflict. Whether you were promoted from within or hired from outside your organization, the key to supervisory success is balancing both task and people management.
By the end of The Supervisor’s Toolkit, you’ll be well prepared to tackle new challenges with confidence and motivate your team to higher levels of morale and productivity.
Participants will learn how to:
- Transition from being an individual contributor to team leader/supervisor
- Build a great team
- Motivate and coach employees
- Encourage accountability and ownership
- Address challenging employee behavior and attitudes
- Have difficult conversations with employees
- Respond to employee reactions to feedback
- Provide praise and recognition
- Use “toolkit” supervisory tools that can be applied back on the job immediately
This training is ideal for:
- New managers and supervisors with 0-3 years management experience
- Experienced managers with new responsibilities, goals, and/or teams
- Field supervisors, team managers, frontline managers, and team leaders seeking greater influence and management skills
Dates: February 21 ▪ June 7 ▪ November 1
Time: 8:30 – 4:00
Location: Finley Community Center, Santa Rosa, CA
Fee: $495 plus $25 workbook fee
“I learned how to deliver a clear message and interact with different personality styles. The workshop gave me insight on how to supervise effectively and motivate others.” “Great class, great topics & wonderful tool kit to use as a resource for the future.” “Thank you for the presentation. It was both challenging and informative, and provided tools for addressing issues within my team.”
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