Formerly Supervisory Management 2
Supervisor Training: Orientation, Time Management and Delegation
3 core seminars + 3 electives = your certificate. It's that easy.
Thursday and Friday | 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
UPCOMING SESSIONSOctober 23-24, 2014 | Hudson
April 9-10, 2015 | Eau Claire
April 23-24, 2015 | Hudson
EAU CLAIRE LOCATION
Metropolis Resort and Conference Center
5150 Fairview Drive, Eau Claire, WI 54701
Citizens State Bank
375 Stageline Road, Hudson, WI 54016
Morale | Productivity | Accountability
The ability to get things done through others is a critical skill for supervisors and managers. This requires an understanding of effective delegation and the use of communication and feedback to improve performance. Easier said than done!
Supervisor Training: Orientation, Time Management and Delegation will provide participants with the leadership skills required to ensure their teams are productive and accountable. These are skills that aren’t taught on college campuses or in MBA programs, but they are essential for driving desired business results.Participants will learn how to:
- Discover and build on the strengths of each employee
- Optimize the orientation and onboarding process
- Improve employee engagement, productivity and retention
- Boost their own, and their staff members’, time management skills
- Avoid common delegation pitfalls to drive team success
Even experienced managers will benefit from current insights and fresh discussion of best practices for employee engagement, productivity and business results.
Our presenters are skilled facilitators who consistently receive high ratings from attendees. They lead fast-paced sessions – a combination of lecture, individual and group activity.
Scott Lester, Ph.D., Professor of Management, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior. Scott has years of private sector management training experience and his research interests include employee trust, team effectiveness, and organizational citizenship.
Bob Pecor, a professional effectiveness consultant, helps people identify solutions to performance problems focused on both the individual and the organization. His lifelong interest in understanding “why people do what they do” drives his commitment to helping people achieve results.