Gain the solid leadership skills and expert management solutions needed to be a stronger, more effective supervisor.
Who Should Attend?
Professionals who’ve made the transition into a supervisory role during the last two years
After completing this highly interactive two-day workshop, participants will have the critical skills and techniques to improve their success as leaders. Learn solid management skills in key areas to get greater results from others.
- Establish credibility and authority fast.
- Motivate employees to give 110 percent.
- Handle attitude problems and rule-breakers.
- Curb absenteeism and tardiness.
- Build communication skills.
- Manage projects, objectives, and timelines more effectively.
- Know how to deal with difficult and nonperforming employees.
- Polish your unique leadership style to enhance credibility and gain more respect.
- Learn to lead your people through transition and change.
- Overcome the typical roadblocks and potential pitfalls faced by new managers.
Due to ever-changing technology, an increasingly diverse workforce, and the push to accomplish more with fewer resources, getting peak results from others grows more and more difficult. In this two-day comprehensive workshop, gain the essentials to motivate employees, curb absenteeism, implement change, conduct performance appraisals, build a cohesive team, and position yourself for the next career move.
25 Ways You’ll Benefit From This Comprehensive Course
- Deliver constructive feedback that produces positive change, not resentment or anger.
- Motivate people to give 110 percent without spending an extra dime.
- Gain proven strategies for curbing absenteeism
- Turn chronic complainers into satisfied employees.
- Develop a confident, professional leadership style.
- Supervise former coworkers or friends without hassles or stress.
- Save hours each week by avoiding classic time-wasters that wreck a supervisor’s schedule.
- Give crystal clear instructions that employees will immediately understand.
- Handle employee confrontations in a calm and professional manner.
- Maintain respect and compliance for rules while still remaining friendly with the staff.
- Establish credibility quickly and earn the respect of those up and down the ladder.
- Conduct effective performance appraisals that result in improved employee performance.
- Win over employees and bosses to your way
- Use proven techniques to weed out shirkers during job interviews.
- Understand why good employees quit and how you can reduce turnover.
- Present and implement needed changes in a way that employees will embrace.
- Combat a variety of attitude problems.
- Speak up powerfully and confidently in meetings.
- Use active-listening techniques to really hear what employees are telling you.
- Develop a Personal Action Plan for one year and five years.
- Increase your visibility within your organization to enhance promotion opportunities.
- Create a work environment where employees feel free to express ideas.
- Resolve conflicts and disagreements.
- Build a high-performance team that’s the envy of your organization.
- Grow into a respected leader eagerly followed