This program prepares an individual for their first position as supervisor and enhances their understanding of the roles and functions of supervisor. It is also useful for those who are already performing in this capacity and who wish to improve their skills.
The seminar deals with basic managerial training and covers topics such as identifying your responsibilities, clarifying your leadership style, understanding motivation and how to increase job satisfaction and productivity, making objective decisions, communication skills and dealing with conflict, and planning and goal setting strategies. By the end of this workshop, participants will have a clear understanding of their functions, their weaknesses, and their strengths as a leader. This program enhances the understanding of the manager's roles and functions.
The learning processes used are informational lectures, small and large group experiential exercises, one-on-one role plays, case studies and small group discussions.
This program deals with the basics and covers the following:
Module One — Beginning
Module Two — Leading — Getting work done with and through others
Module Three — Controlling — Employees' relations
Module Four — Planning and Coordinating — Time and Productivity
Module Five — Organizing and Control — Time and Productivity
Module Six — Survival guide for the new leader
Participants: This two day training is for people from all levels of the organization who will be moving into a leadership position or who wish to improve their skills as leaders.
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