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Supervising Effectively

Description

This is a critical course for anyone who is currently a supervisor or plans to become a supervisor. Learn four key components to success and lead teams to higher levels of performance. We'll discuss the key behaviors of highly effective leaders, the essential ingredients of motivation, the four crucial steps to effective delegation and other critical supervisory skills.


After this class, you will be able to:

  • Define the basic supervisory competencies required for managers
  • Use the five key supervisory competencies
  • Self-assess supervisory competencies in the areas of coaching, organizing the work, delegation and managing relations
  • Identify varying expectations of bosses, peers, and colleagues
  • Distinguish between management and leadership
  • Improve employee performance through delivery of goal-oriented performance appraisals, implementation of a delegation system, and well developed coaching competencies
  • Strengthen motivation through the use of values and beliefs
  • Differentiate common causes of conflict and suggested approaches for handling them

Section: SUPERVIS (19FEB18)
Dates: Feb 19, 2018 - Feb 20, 2018 Time: 9:00 AM
Tuition: $795.00 Instructor: Nancy Colter Register

DAY 1
Lesson 1. Simulation
  • Flight from Savo

Lesson 2. Competencies for Managers
  • Self assessment
  • Developing a learning action plan to acquire new skills

Lesson 3. Managing Performance: Performance Management
  • Overview of Performance Management Cycle
  • Goal setting basics
  • Characteristics of Effective Goals
  • Goal setting – Your Role as Manager
  • Performance Appraisal

DAY 2
Lesson 1. Guiding and Organizing the Work: Coaching
  • What is Coaching?
  • Coaching competencies
  • Feedback – A Coaching Challenge
  • Learning how to motivate your team and others

Lesson 2. Developing Your Staff: Delegation
  • Benefits of delegation
  • Why Supervisors don’t delegate
  • Communication tips for Delegation

Lesson 3. Managing Relations
  • Getting Support from Other Groups
  • Handling Requests from Others
  • Relationship with other Supervisors and employees

Lesson 4. Handling Conflict
  • Identify the Common Causes of Conflict
  • Discover several approaches to handling conflict

Lesson 5. Wrap Up
  • Action planning to take it back to the workplace

Class Schedule

Date Times Meeting Type Location
02/19/2018 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Classroom Executive Park
02/20/2018 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Classroom Executive Park

Additional Information

Final Enrollment:
 
Clock Hours: 12.0