Becoming a Successful Supervisor
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COURSE LENGTH: 1 day

COURSE COST: $149.00

COURSE TIMES: 9:00am - 4:30 pm

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COURSE OVERVIEW

Becoming a supervisor for the first time usually comes with mixed emotions anda lot of questions. Will you be able to help others in ways no one did for you? Can you manage people effectively when they used to be your peers? Where do you start? Get the answers to all your questions and learn to be an effective and confident leader.

AUDIENCE AND PREREQUISITES

This course is designed for new or existing supervisors who need to quickly learn and immediately apply the people skills of supervising.

There are no prerequisites for this course.

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COURSE TOPICS:


Part 1: Transitioning to Supervision
The Opportunity
Your Role Changes Now
How You Use Your Time
Transition Speed Bumps
So, Now What?
Working Successfully with People

Part 2: High-Performance Management
Performance Management
How to Establish Clear Expectations
Giving Positive Feedback
Handling Performance Problems
Supervising with Flexibility
Performance Assessment
Strategies for Managing Performance

Part 3: Communicating with Others Proactively
Building Interdependent Relationships
Communicating One-on-One with Employees
Communicating with a Team
Use a Team Approach
Communicating with Others
Communicating with Your Manager

Part 4: Coaching for Excellence
The Changing Playing Field
Coaching Behaviors in Supervisors
The Coaching Process
Strategies for Effective Coaching

Part 5: Dealing Positively with Change
A New Paradigm
Organizational Change
The Impact of Change
Communicating Change Effectively
Change Management Skills
Brainstorming Change Ideas
Problem-Solving Techniques