Management and Supervisory Training
- Advanced Supervision for Experienced Leaders
- After All, You're the Supervisor
- The Art of Influencing Others
- Basic Economics
- Coaching Conversations
- Counseling Employees
- Curing Negativity in the Workplace
- Dealing with Change in the Workplace
- Decision Analysis
- Drug Issues in the Workplace
- Effective Delegating
- Effective Discipline
- Emotional Intelligence
- Ethical Uses of Power in Organizations
- Fair Supervisory Practices
- Fundamentals of Effective Facilitation
- Fundamentals of Strategic Planning
- Goal Setting for Success
- Habits of Successful People
- Habits of Successful People: A Follow–Up Workshop
- How to Conduct Internal Investigations
- Identification Theft: More Than Just an Inconvenience
- Juggling Multiple Priorities
- Leadership Fundamentals
- Leading Though Change
- Managing Diversity
- Managing an Older, More Experienced Workforce
- Managing a Younger, Less Experienced Workforce
- Managing for Results without Authority
- Matching Supervisory Styles to Employee Needs
- Media Relations
- Office Politics
- Overcoming a Culture of Entitlement
- Performance Appraisal
- Positive Approaches to Resolving Performance Problems
- Preventing Violent and Aggressive Behavior
- Principles of Good to Great
- Recognizing the Signs of Suicide
- Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
- Supervising Former Peers
- Time Management
- Work Ethic — Managing Performance Beyond Mediocrity
- Would I Work for Me?
Would I Work For Me?
4 Hours Total (One 4-Hour Session)
Trying to get more out of the people you supervise, trying to get them to go that extra mile, isn’t easy. Most employees will tell you that what affects their productivity more than anything else is their immediate supervisor. A good supervisor inspires people to give their all; a bad one inspires them to leave.
The participants will recognize: (1) some of their own misguided behavior and the negative effects it can cause and (2) the positive effects of good management on people’s motivation and productivity.
- Eight effective management skills that improve motivation, productivity, and the bottom line.
- How to put into practice behaviors that inspire people rather than alienate them.
Who Should Attend
This seminar is intended for people new to supervisory/management positions, but is also valuable as a refresher course for experienced supervisors.