Winging It Isn't An Option
Time and again, studies show that one critical mistake organizations make is allowing supervisors to try and “wing it” without giving them the training they need to be successful. That’s why this day of leadership training is a not-to-be-missed event for any supervisor or manager, in any organization.
New Supervisors - Often you move into a new leadership role because you are good at your existing job and get promoted. As you take on the new position you will be meeting new challenges and taking on new responsibilities. How you perform in your first position as a supervisor is critical to your professional future so it’s natural to want to be the best you can be.
Seasoned Supervisors - If you are an existing supervisor you may have gained some skills, and you want to take those you have to the next level. You may also want to acquire new skills.
At this workshop, regardless of your experience level as a manager or supervisor, you’ll gain the solid skills and supervisory "how-to’s" you need to influence others to go that extra mile! You will learn how to establish direction for your team and align them toward the company's goals, motivating and committing them to action and making them responsible for their performance.
In addition, there will be a session on the importance of mentorship. Learning outcomes will include:
- Impact of Mentorship in the Workplace
- Building a Culture of Success
- Phases of Change to Grow Leaders
- Developing a Sustainable Program
This workshop is led by leadership expert Studer Group’s Autumn Morris. She will be joined by her colleague Kristie Tobias, National Consultant and National Speaker.
Autumn and Kristie have proven track records and a passion for developing leaders within different organizations.
Lunch on-site is included as you spend the day covering a variety of topics surrounding leadership and management.
This course is valid for 4 PDCs for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM.
Leave Knowing How To:
Gauge and improve your interpersonal communication styles and emotional intelligence.
Be more self-aware in your leadership style.
Communicate effectively with your team to motivate and inspire them to action.
Build trust and influence within your organization through candid and authentic conversations.
Organize and plan how to divide your time between specific activities enabling you to work smarter so you get more done in less time.
Set goals and hold your team and yourself accountable through effective meetings to reach those goals.
Effectively recognize and reward your team to build trust and an emotional bank account.
Develop your team members through action plans and mentorship.
Who Should Attend:
This workshop is suitable for those who are new to a supervisory or management role, and those looking to become supervisors or managers.
It is also a great course for established supervisors looking to learn new skills and build on existing ones.
For HR Professionals:
This workshop is valid for 4 PDCs for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM.