Making the Transition from Staff Member to Supervisor

Making the Transition from Staff Member to Supervisor

Establish your presence as a new boss, build credibility and adapt your style to every situation that comes your way.

Overview

Here’s your opportunity to establish your presence as a new boss, build credibility and adapt your unique style to every situation that comes your way.
This workshop covers the nuts and bolts to prepare you to take your first supervisory role, from setting goals for your team to tackling difficult conflicts. With exercise, feedback and practice, you will return with the tool kit to confidently take on any new task with greater ease and improved confidence.

  • Understand your new role—from their perspective and that of their boss, peers and subordinates
  • Establish a new presence and build credibility
  • Flex your individual style with ease
  • Delegate tasks while remain focus on clear quality standards
  • Implement a feedback system that enhances overall communication
  • Tailor training to individual employees to improve on performance
  • Understand what motivates peers, employees and superiors
  • Gain awareness of basic laws and regulations as they apply to performance reviews
  • Gain techniques and strategies to manage time and schedule workload

Letting Go of Your Former Role

  • How to manage the change process
  • Challenges and pitfalls to avoid
  • Expectations from your direct reports, your boss and your former peers

Defining Your Behavioral Style

  • How to best communicate with bosses, peers or employees with different style preferences
  • Adjust personal behavioral styles to build better working relationships

Setting Goals for Yourself and Others

  • The benefits of delegation
  • How to set SMART goals that allow you to measure progress accurately
  • Project delegation and the potential barriers
  • Newly promoted supervisors with less than one year of experience in this position; process and production supervisors who want to enhance their effectiveness through supervisor training.

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