If you have recently moved into a supervisory position or are considering making such a transition, you are facing one of the most challenging leadership experiences. As a new leader, you must now add to the task of being an individual contributor, the responsibility of directing, motivating and coaching others. During this full-day, interactive session, you will explore numerous issues facing supervisors who must now get work done through others, including their former peers.
Fulfilling the role and responsibilities of an individual contributor and a leader.
Coaching others including former coworkers to achieve individual, team and organizational results.
Communicating to motivate, build trust and resolve conflict.
THE ROLE OF SUPERVISION
Understanding the principles and practices of leading others.
Adapting to the responsibilities of supervision.
Building trust and respect including the supervision of former peers.
Understanding your leadership style and preferences.
Managing your time and priorities effectively.
Maximizing the power of your team.
Effectively setting goals and delegating responsibilities.
Encouraging the performance of others.
Understanding and resolving performance problems.
Using all channels of communication.
Critical questions that strengthen your leadership of others.