Supervisor Skills Workshop Series: Manage Things - Lead People

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Name: Supervisor Skills Workshop Series: Manage Things - Lead People
Date: May 18, 2017
Time: 12:00 PM - 4:30 PM EDT
Event Description:
Do you have a new supervisor or team leader in your organization?  Or… are you the person who wants to be prepared to take on that role when an opportunity arises for advancement or promotion?  Maybe you’re currently in a leadership position and you want to build on skills you already have in order to become even more effective.  Now there’s a time-effective, cost-effective solution to this professional development challenge - The Supervisor Skills Workshop Series.

In only one afternoon (Noon - 4:30 p.m.) a week for 6 weeks, you will learn some of the most important basic skills a strong leader needs. Each week targets a specific developmental area, while hands-on activities and exercises help you discover immediate, everyday uses in your workplace.
    Week One (4/20/17):      Leadership Essentials; Team Processes
    Week Two (4/27/17):     Communication; Change Management; Conflict Resolution
    Week Three (5/4/17):     Diversity; Generations; Workforce Engagement
    Week Four (5/11/17):     Performance Management; Coaching; Evaluations
    Week Five (5/18/17):      Workforce Development; Presentation & Facilitation Skills
    Week Six (5/25/17):        Putting it All Together; Professional Development
 
At the end of the six weeks, you’ll leave the Supervisor Skills Workshop Series with job aids, worksheets, checklists, and a personal development plan to help you immediately transition your skills to practical application on the job.    

 
Location:
Cocoa Beach Regional Chamber of Commerce
400 Fortenberry Road
Merritt Island, FL
Date/Time Information:
Thursdays: Noon - 12:30 p.m.
4/20, 4/27, 5/4, 5/11, 5/18, 5/25
Contact Information:
Debra Griffin 321-428-4198
Fees/Admission:
$465 - Includes all materials, lunches, and break refreshments
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