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These 15 courses eliminate all the typical fluff and clutter to jump start their development.

Supervising Former Peers

This course provides new supervisors with guidance about supervising former peers. It is designed to help supervisors anticipate the types of changes that will occur in their peer relationships after their promotion. It also includes specific strategies for discussing these changes with team members and establishing an appropriate level of authority and accountability.

Active Listening

This training course explains the five components of active listening and how you can apply these skills in the workplace. Good listening skills enhance leadership by helping supervisors engage with their team members and better understand them. Active listening also enables clear communication, which is essential to successful team performance.

Building Trust

This training is designed to provide instruction on building trust in the workplace. The course outlines specific techniques that supervisors can use to establish credibility and foster trusting relationships. Supervisors are encouraged to develop self-awareness and lead by example while earning the trust of their teams.

Workplace Respect

This course provides instruction about earning and facilitating respect in the workplace. It outlines strategies that new supervisors can use to demonstrate their reliability and trustworthiness. The course also offers a discussion of the benefits stemming from respectful behavior and relationships.

Building Relationships

This training is designed to show supervisors how to build effective working relationships. It describes common mistakes made by supervisors and discusses the damage they do to professional relationships. The course also provides specific strategies for building relationships conducive to a supportive work environment.

Displaying a Professional Attitude

This training course teaches you to maintain positive workplace morale by displaying a professional attitude and being a good role model. Focusing on positive elements of challenges and keeping discussions solution-oriented will prevent morale drain and maintain productivity.

Recognizing Others

This training provides instruction about recognizing the contributions of others and giving effective praise. It prepares supervisors to recognize achievements appropriately and strategically in order to increase motivation and encourage continued positive behavior. Praise is discussed as a key form of recognition, along with specific guidelines for effective praise.

Emotional Intelligence

This training provides usable guidelines that help you thoughtfully handle both your emotions and those of others in the workplace. You will explore each of the five key elements of emotional intelligence to help manage stress, resolve conflict, and create an optimal work environment. The five key elements to emotional intelligence are self-awareness, self-regulation, empathy, social skills, and motivation.

Effective Delegation

This training provides instruction about how supervisors can delegate responsibility to their subordinates. It contains a five-step plan designed to guide an entry-level supervisor through the process of delegating a task from beginning to end.  

Time Management

This training course is designed to help supervisors make effective use of their time. Supervisors are responsible for coordinating employees’ schedules and making sure that everything is accomplished. Given the magnitude of the role, it is easy for supervisors to feel overwhelmed. Having a proper handle on time management is essential to success as a supervisor.

Managing Conflict

This training course is designed to equip supervisors with tools for handling conflict in the workplace. Conflict in the workplace is inevitable, so this course will help supervisors understand the five conflict management styles (avoiding, accommodating, competing, compromising, and collaborating) to properly manage conflict in the workplace.

Developing Initiative

This training is designed to instruct supervisors on how to create a culture of initiative in the workplace. It provides supervisors with tools to condition employees for active participation in decision-making processes. Learning to develop initiative in employees ensures their continued development and helps supervisors maintain a healthy handle on their time.

Asserting Authority

The transition from an individual contributor to that of a supervisor can be exhilarating, but also somewhat unnerving.  You may encounter multiple challenges, but they will likely be categorized into three areas that you will need to deal with to become an effective supervisor.  

Organizational Stewardship

This training course teaches you to be an organizational steward. Organizational stewardship means aligning individual and team goals with those of the company. Effectively done, this balancing act promotes a big-picture view that will ultimately contribute to personal and organizational goals.

Setting Goals

This training is designed to equip supervisors with tools for setting effective goals that contribute to the overall success of an organization. The course teaches supervisors how to set departmental goals using the SMART criteria: specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time-bound. Worthwhile goals propel companies forward and help them achieve the success they want.

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