Supervisory Development Program
These 3-hour workshops are just what your front-line leaders need to help them develop the skills they need to succeed on the job. Delivered in bite-sized chunks, these workshops highlight critical skills that make a difference without taking your staff away from their jobs for an entire day.
Facilitator: A national presenter, Dr. Tina Brush has over 30 years of consulting and training experience and has worked with organizations throughout the Midwest and Southeast as well as overseas. Her book on supervision has been used overseas as well here in the states.
Each workshop is $89. If you sign up for the entire series, the cost is $800 per participant. All ten workshops must be completed within one year from starting the series in order to obtain a certificate.
Workshop 1: Becoming the Boss: Making the Transition. Moving into a supervisory/lead position is challenging but there are things you can do to ease the transition. In this workshop you will learn how to:
Workshop 2: Attitudes! Attitudes drive behavior and behavior influences attitudes. In this workshop you will learn how to:
Workshop 3: Communication Toolbox. We tend to be poor communicators because we don’t communicate with a plan. You will learn how to:
Workshop 4: Promote Problem Solving. Building a team of problem-solvers to achieve high performance is a challenge all supervisors face. You will learn how to:
Workshop 5: Understanding Motivation. It’s a lot easier to influence people if you understand why they do what they do and how your actions influence their performance. You will learn how to:
Workshop 6: Feedback that Works. Feedback is your most powerful tool for guiding employees and your team to high performance levels. You will learn to:
Workshop 7: Leading Others. Develop your employees perform to their highest potential. You will learn how to:
Workshop 8: Dealing with Difficult People. Like a virus, difficult people can infect your work group. You will learn to:
Workshop 9: Dealing with Disagreement. Without conflict, there is no change. Different opinions can be a valuable tool. You will learn how to:
Workshop 10: Change Toolbox. Change is a fact of life and you regularly find yourself having to implement changes. You will learn how to:
Workshops are highly interactive and focus on equipping participants with skills and tools they can use upon returning to work.
For further information on any class or to register, please call George White
678-872-8240 or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Georgia Highlands College
The University System of Georgia
Rome, Cartersville, Dallas, Marietta and Douglasville, Georgia
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