Introduction to Supervisory Management

Duration: 2 Days (8 am to 4 pm)
Training Dates: May 1 & 2, 2018
Cost: $431.30 + HST. Cost includes course material, college certificate, breakfast and lunch vouchers.

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Learning Objectives

  • The difference between leadership and management and how both are essential to being a successful manager/supervisor.
  • Most recent theories, approaches, and practices of leadership and management.
  • The definition and impact of an organizational psychological contract.
  • The meaning of decision-making and decision-making traps.
  • The three main components of communication and the art of practising effective communication in the workplace.
  • Skills on how to foster high performance teams.
  • Concepts pertaining to strategic management and workplace wellness.
  • How to harness individual ability to be a value-based, conscious, and purpose-driven leader.
  • Basic and advanced skills on how to manage people effectively.
  • How to make a positive difference in the workplace through individual talents, skills, and capabilities.

Course Benefits

  • Gain support from business leaders.
  • Determine both future and current talent needs for your organization.
  • Create a plan for the future.

Participants will gain:

  • An appreciation of why effective communication is critical in the workplace.
  • More confidence and competence in building relationships in the workplace.
  • A better understanding of whom they are as leaders and managers as well as their preferred leadership and management styles.
  • The value of making good decisions and a greater awareness of possible traps they may encounter in decision-making.
  • Greater understanding of the importance of assessing and developing teams to outstanding levels of performance.
  • The tools to maximize the unique talents and strengths of team members.

For more information, please contact 705-235-3211 ext. 2202 or training@northern.on.ca.