Supervisor Development Course aims to provide supervisors an encouraging environment to learn the principles and apply new practices in leading teams, employee engagement, coaching and mentoring, managing and evaluating performance, managing conflict, onboarding new employees, selecting and hiring talents, influencing, delegation, time management, decision making, problem-solving, effective communication, and personal leadership.
These learning experiences are based on recent researches on supervisor development. My team can customize these programs support the need of your organization.
Supervisor Training Programs
Supervisors will learn better when they focus on specific sets of competencies. The following workshops are stand alone training programs which you can bring to your organization.
Each training program can be done from four to six hours depending on the needs and number of participants.
Effective supervisors develop high performing teams. They harness individual strengths while managing differences of people
In this course, supervisors will learn:
- How to identify when a team is the best option to complete a task.
- The key elements to launch and build an effective team.
- Strategies to improve a team performance, decision-making, and conflict-resolution skills.
1: To Team or Not to Team
Supervisors must be intentional about whether a team is the best option. This is because not all task can be accomplished by teams. This is why many teams are slow, inefficient, and make poor decisions. You can use a simple checklist to find out whether a team is the best option to approach your task.
What You’ll Get:
- To Team or Not to Team Checklist
2: Building A Team
In this session, you will discover simple strategies for building effective teams. As a supervisor, you are expected to define the team’s shared purpose and clarify team roles. You will use a guide that will help you engage your team to a team purpose and identify ways to improve or enhance engagement.
You will be able to identify signs that members are not clear on their roles and responsibilities and use the quick guide to help each member embrace roles and responsibilities.
What You’ll Get
- A Quick Guide on Defining Team Purpose
- A Quick Guide on Clarifying Roles and Responsibilities
- A Quick Guide on Creating Team Charter
- A Copy of Team Canvas
3: Managing Team Dynamics
To ensure that teams work well, supervisors must be able to manage team dynamics. Team dynamics are behaviors, processes, and changes that take place within a team.
An effective supervisor must be able to establish norms that foster psychological safety, establish clear decision-making processes, and manage team conflict.
What You’ll Get:
- A Quick Guide on Establishing Norms and Expectations
- A Quick Guide on Establishing Clear Decision-Making Processes