Helping supervisors successfuly navigate the corporate jungle!
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  • Supervisor's Survival Training

    Becoming a supervisor can be an overwhelming transition that requires new ways of thinking, behaving and interacting with peers and direct reports. This workshop takes the supervisor through the basics of making that transition, and provides them with practical methods to deal with difficult situations while leading staff in achieving goals.

    Preparing for the Supervisors Role
    Participants learn the basics of the supervising including making the leap from frontline to supervisor, key skills and behavioral changes required, roles and responsibilities and developing support systems..

    Supervisory Styles
    Using True Colors™ or MBTI, participants assess their own supervisory style, learn their strengths and blind spots and gain awareness of how they impact others. They also learn how to coach staff by drawing out key strengths and developing the gaps, based on style diversity.

    Supervisory Functions
    Participants gain awareness of the five functions supervisors are responsible for and apply this to their role in the workplace. These functions are Planning, Organizing, Staffing, Leading and Monitoring Performance and include delegating and time management strategies.

    Dealing with Wildlife Behaviors
    Participants explore the warning signs and possible needs behind behaviour problems, where they might be part of the problem, and practical strategies to deal with inappropriate behaviour.

    Motivating for Performance
    Using proven theories of motivation and research, participants learn and apply the basics of job satisfaction, how to create a motivating work environment, strategies for empowering people and effective ways to recognizing/rewarding performance.