a one-day workshop
This workshop helps you judge the effectiveness of your current style. Identify how to improve your effectiveness by expanding your current style range and dealing with different subordinates and situations. Styles explored include ordering, correcting, facilitating and delegating as approaches to leadership. Learn how to model skills you want to develop in others.
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN:
At the end of the training, you will be able to:
- Identify essential supervisory skills and needs for personal development.
- Identify ways to modify your leadership style to improve employee effectiveness and productivity.
- Identify techniques to improve morale through a positive approach to giving feedback and correcting errors.
- Use delegation of responsibility to improve employee productivity.
- Identify strategies to help challenging workers perform at an optimum level.
- Give negative feedback and coach others for improved performance.
- Assess your own attitude and identify personal techniques for attitude adjustment and personal renewal.
Unit 1: Overview of Supervision and Management
- Rate yourself on 17 essential skills
- Analyze what effective supervisors do
Unit 2: Leadership Style
- Discover the four leadership styles
- Identify your leadership style
- Use leadership styles effectively
Unit 3: More about leadership styles
- Ordering and giving directions
- Correcting and encouraging subordinates
- Facilitating experienced employees
Unit 4: Delegating
- Overcome barriers to delegation
- Use the three aspects of delegation
- More about delegating
Unit 5: Leadership skills to deal with challenging workers
- Change negative attitudes to positive
- Use feedback to motivate your staff to perform at an optimum level
- Attitude renewal and attitude adjustment strategies
- Learn how your contagious attitude affects your employees
This workshop qualifies for .6 of continuing education units.