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Dynamics of Supervision

 
 

Dynamics of Supervision Graduates Punta Gorda 2017

Supervisory Training Series

This series is designed to help current middle managers, first-line supervisors and potential supervisors expand their supervisory skill set. 

The goal is to build, expand, and enrich current skills resulting in a significant increase in effectiveness, growth in interpersonal skills, reduction of stress, and a measurable increase in productivity.

Employees are an organization's most important investment. As your partner in learning, we'll help you protect your investment by developing your human force into a productive TEAM.

Each year our program is modified to meet supervisory demands and workforce changes. Participants will increase their self-awareness, self-esteem, confidence, and assertiveness.

Download Dynamics of Supervision 2017-18 program flyer.

Supervisor DevelopmentDynamics of Supervision I

The trainer will visit each participant at his/her work-site. As a result, students of taking part in this course, students will learn about:

  • The transition from worker to supervisor
  • Understanding delegation and empowerment, coaching, and motivation 
  • Exceptional customer service
  • Stages of TEAM growth and characteristics of an effective TEAM leader

Punta Gorda Fall 2018

Dynamics of Supervision II

The trainer will visit each participant at his/her work-site. As a result, students of taking part in this course, students will learn about:

  • Listening/communication skills, effective interviewing
  • Performance appraisal systems; corrective action and feedback
  • Preventing workplace violence
  • Continuous improvement through employee involvement

Punta Gorda Winter 2019

Dynamics of Supervision III

The trainer will visit each participant at his/her work-site. As a result, students of taking part in this course, students will learn about:

  • Ethics
  • Quality improvement
  • Management styles; quality concept (Kaizen); right vs. left brain; Theory X and Theory Y
  • Emotional intelligence

Punta Gorda Spring 2019

Each class meets weekly for three hours during the program.

For more information contact Charles Brox at (941) 505-0130 or email cbrox@fgcu.edu