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Transitioning to supervisor can be very difficult for most newly promoted supervisors. Many are not equipped with the tools for successful transition or have poor management skills. This session will equip newly promoted supervisor with tools and techniques to communicate more effectively, gain trust, set boundaries, formulate employee engagement strategies, provide constructive feedback and motivate employees for results.
Today’s workforce is experiencing high turnover and disengaged employees. It is a known fact that employees quit managers and to avoid turnover it is critical to avoid new manager mistakes and have the appropriate skills to retain employees.
If you are a first time supervisor and have the responsibility of supervising previous co-workers or peers this course is for you.
Do you find it difficult setting boundaries, communicating effectively, building trust and respect and providing constructive feedback to peers and co-workers?
These are some of the challenges a newly promoted supervisor face with their new position. This session will provide participants with tips on how to overcome the pitfalls most newly promoted supervisors face.
It is a known fact that supervising others is difficult especially if they are previous co-workers and peers. Participants in this session will learn how to effectively manage co-workers and peers, how to motivate them to achieve results and, mostly importantly, how to respect your new role as a supervisor.
In this session, a first time supervisor or team lead will learn how to communicate and manage their team effectively. In this session we will cover the dos and don’ts of a new supervisor
Tonia Morris is the founder and owner of Simply HR, LLC, a HR consulting company which assist small to medium size organization in transforming their organization by embracing a multi generation culture.
The author of Compassion@Work, and a frequently sought after speaker, trainer and consultant, Tonia is known as the Generational Connector who build culture that is Generational Inclusive.
Tonia is very active in the HR community and serve as a board member for NABWIC. She has held positions as Executive HR Professional for both private and public sector.View all trainings by this speaker