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- Leadership and Navigation
Coach, mentor, legal agent, interviewer, disciplinarian, and cheerleader are just a few of the names and responsibilities of today’s supervisor. Recpgnizing the difficulty of scheduling training into an already busy schedule, we have bundled our four most requested supervisory essentials into a one-week intensive training experience. This program takes supervisors through the life cycle of an employee.
Interviewing skills, coaching, communication with feedback skills, and the legal issues of addressing performance concerns are covered.
Interviewing and Hiring I (Monday)—learn the working knowledge, not theory, of effective interviewing techniques.
Participants develop the skills to plan and conduct legal employment interviews and evaluate candidates (see page 208 for a full description of this class).
Supervision Core Competencies: Meeting the Needs of Today’s Employees (Tuesday and Wednesday)— provides participants with the communication and feedback skills needed to motivate and develop employee performance (see
page 229 for a full description of this class).
Legal Issues for Supervisors and Managers (Thursday)—alerts participants to the major legal issues and common
trouble spots in the employment relationship (see page 127 for a full description of this class).
Performance Management: Setting the Stage for Success (Friday)—learn the basic critical skills required to effectively
manage and evaluate the performance of employees (see page 224 for a full description of this class).
Front-line supervisors, managers, as well as human resources professionals interested in an intensive and extensive training program
Employers Council staff