Top 10 Management Survival Skills for First-Time Supervisors
Become a stronger, more successful leader
If you’re like most new supervisors, you were promoted because you did a fantastic job — but you’ve received only minimal training in how to supervise people. So, you’ve been trying to learn by trial and error, navigating personality conflicts, performance issues, and staff development along the way. It’s hard and it’s stressful … and it doesn’t have to be that way. That’s why we developed the Top 10 Management Survival Skills for First-Time Supervisors.
How do we do it? We focus on only covering the best-of-the-best — the KEY supervisory survival skills that will have the biggest impact on your team … and on your career.
The Top 10 Management Survival Skills for First-Time Supervisors CD-ROM will give you the tools you need to become a more effective leader — able to handle whatever the job throws at you!
You’ll learn how to identify — and eliminate — the destructive behaviors that can quickly destroy a team! You’ll discover the secrets to successful delegation, and how to communicate instructions and expectations so clearly there’s no room for misunderstandings. And you’ll learn how to improve the performance of every member of your team.
Purchase today and learn the skills that will benefit you for a lifetime!
If you’re new to a supervisory role, there’s not a more effective and powerful way to quickly develop your skills than through this powerful CD-ROM. Purchase Top 10 Management Survival Skills for First-Time Supervisors now and discover just how effective you can be.
What You’ll Learn:
- Team Building: how to develop a productive, balanced, and cohesive team
- Delegation: the most common mistakes new supervisors make — and how YOU can avoid them
- Coaching and Motivation: important tips guaranteed to improve employee performance and productivity
- Performance Evaluation: how to use performance evaluations to set expectations, motivate employees, and improve overall performance
- Counseling: when you should — and shouldn’t — counsel employees … and when you need to refer them to professional resources
- Performance Improvement: adapting the five steps of progressive discipline to any performance issue or situation
- Problem Solving: how to quickly assess a situation — and take action to resolve problems before they get out of control!
- Conflict Management: become known for your cool, calm and confident ability to resolve and defuse tense situations!
- Change Management: three keys to successfully introducing and implementing change in the workplace
- Staff Development: identifying employees with high potential … and developing a long-term plan that really pays off
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