It takes personal confidence to become a successful supervisor. Building that level of personal confidence requires learning supervisory skills. A supervisor's job is to establish goals and lead a team of people to achieve them. Leadership requires stepping out in front with new, creative ideas that save money, increase productivity and establish credibility and respect from employees.
The supervisor is the critical business link between the higher echelons of a business deciding strategy and the people employed to deliver that strategy. The supervisor requires a whole range of skills to achieve the goals of the business and meet the needs of the supervised staff. This course trains new or existing supervisors on those essential skills to be successful.
Who will Benefit?
First line managers, supervisors or team leaders new to the role of supervision, or for anyone who is considering taking on or applying for a new position that requires supervision of others.
Our supervisory skills training helps participants to make the transition from team member to an efficient and respected supervisor.
Supervising Basics - Managing People Made Easier
This Training will:
Outline the behaviors required to earn the respect of direct reports; Help participants improve essential supervisory skills: Delegating, Coaching and providing performance feedback; Provide participants with tactics for addressing difficult employee behaviors.
This workshop for supervisors is designed to help participants overcome many of the supervisory problems and challenges they may encounter as a boss. Managing other isn't always easy, but it doesn't have to lead to discouragement. This program will provide participants with the basic skills needed to effectively manage a workgroup.
Our supervisor training cover the important areas a supervisor needs. Through exercises, case studies, practical examples and clear guidelines we will develop the necessary skills and knowledge to achieve results through the effective supervision of staff.
At this program's conclusion, participants should be able to:
Explain what a supervisor is and is not.; Understand the importance of developing good relationships with employees and peers; Set measurable goals for their employees to work toward and use a proven technique for giving employees clear instructions; Demonstrate their skills in listening, asking questions, resolving conflict, and giving feedback to employees; Describe the importance of a motivated workforce and actions supervisors managers can take to set the stage for good performance and reward it when it occurs.
As a supervisor, the success of your organization rests in your hands. This course provides you with the opportunity to develop highly effective and essential supervisory skills that will strengthen team work and organizational success. Also, this course will help you manage everyday operations with greater ease. Furthermore, it will help you leverage both your managerial and people skills to meet your new challenges as the 21st century supervisor.
Supervisors are at the sharp end of business. It's not exaggerating to say that without effective day-to-day supervision of teams, no company can hope to achieve its potential.
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