Successful Management: What Every Supervisor Wants to Know
Instructors: Jeannette Gerzon and Al Nierenberg
Dates: July 8, 15 & 22, 2004
Time: 8:30 – 4:30
Registration Deadline: June 24, 2004
Location: The Center for Executive Education at Babson College
This program requires pre-authorization from your HR department. Contact your HR department or the member of The Training Collaborative from your institution to register.
The three-day, interactive training program was created for supervisors and managers who want to ensure excellence in their management and organizational skills. The training style is upbeat, educational, and engaging and takes place on successive Thursdays over the span of three weeks. It was designed for new supervisors and for those who have been supervising for up to six years to expand their understanding and awareness of how to be an effective supervisor and manager.
Program design also incorporates participants’ various learning styles through pair and group exercises, role-plays, and other interactive exercises, including discussions and debriefing. Participants will be provided the DISC, a success-oriented self assessment tool. A sense of productivity, enjoyment, and learning are fostered throughout the program.
Participants will consider the questions: What are my styles, values, and tendencies? How can I enhance my supervisory skills? How can I provide my best work and fully contribute to my organization? The training utilizes a tri-part focus of results, process, and relationship that fosters good dialog, understanding of self and others, and enjoyment of work and life.
- Assess their leadership style and practice
- Learn about essential supervisory and management competencies, including:
- Performance management
- Communication skills
- Meeting management skills
- Assess their organization’s culture and norms
- Develop an on-going individual development plan that supports learning, enjoyment and productivity