More often than not, little or no time is devoted to preparing a person to be a supervisor or team leader. This seminar focuses on the unique functions and accountabilities that are essential for successful performance at this critical level of management. The emphasis in this seminar is on the organizational skills of a supervisor and is designed to de-mystify the role of the modern supervisor.
Participants will come away with a true understanding of their role as a supervisor. They will recognize themselves as “members of management” and will have the tools to develop a list of job duties unique to them. As a result, the organization will benefit because the supervisors will be performing those critical “payoff” duties that have, in the past, been pushed aside in order to get the non-supervisory daily work done.
This course is highly participative and delivered in a seminar format. The course content is delivered through short participative lectures followed by discussions organized around case studies, questionnaires and small group activities.
Participants will gain the ability to be able to:
This seminar is designed for supervisors, new and experienced, as well as team leaders in today’s business environment.
This course has no prerequisite.
You will receive a course binder containing a copy of the presentation slides.
Head of Workgroup
Member of Management