Supervisor Training: Learning to Lead
This is a core seminar in the Supervisory Management Certificate Program
6 days of core classes + 6 days of electives = Your Certificate.
It's convenient and customizable!
Thursday and Friday | 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
September 22-23, 2016 | Hudson
March 2-3, 2017 | Hudson
March 16-17, 2017 | Eau Claire
EAU CLAIRE LOCATION
Holiday Inn South
4751 Owen Ayres Court, Eau Claire, WI 54701
Citizens State Bank
375 Stageline Road, Hudson, WI 54016
Management | Leadership | Performance
Moving into a management role for the first time—or even moving into new roles over time—can be stressful for even the most seasoned supervisors. For those just starting out, though, the initial challenges can be overwhelming.
In “Learning to Lead,” participants will learn skills and best practices that they can immediately apply to boost their effectiveness in a management role.Participants will learn how to:
- Make a smooth and less stressful transition into a management role
- Understand six leadership styles and the advantages and disadvantages of each
- Apply their own unique leadership style to specific management challenges
- Effectively motivate and engage employees
- Handle difficult employees and address performance issues
Both new and experienced managers will benefit from insights into current management practices that have emerged to address the impacts of technology, Gen Y and globalization.
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.