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Building Better Supervisors
Building Better Supervisors

Fri, Mar 15

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100 Innovation Drive | UofM Smartpark

Building Better Supervisors

Qualities of an Effective Supervisor: Identify the key skills and attributes of an effective supervisor and assess your strengths and areas that require development.

Time & Location

Mar 15, 2024, 9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

100 Innovation Drive | UofM Smartpark, 100 Innovation Dr, Winnipeg, MB R3T 6A8, Canada

About the Event

Building Better Supervisors

What you will Learn?

Coaching Workers to Peak Performance:  Understand the attributes of being an effective coach. Learn to establish performance benchmarks and the necessary supports that will help employees succeed.

Decision Making:  Examine the criteria for delegating decision making responsibilities and determine the degree to which others should be involved in decision making.

Introduction to Effective Communication:  Learn how to articulate in an accurate and concise manner and how to identify the elements in the communication process.

Facilitating Teamwork:  Learn how to define the characteristics of a team and the benefit of creating cohesive teams. Learn the stages of team development and a three-stage process to resolve conflicts.

Problem Solving:  Learn to articulate the importance of knowing how to solve problems and use tools and strategies to solve workplace issues.

Qualities of an Effective Supervisor:  Identify the key skills and attributes of an effective supervisor and assess your strengths and areas that require development.

What you will Gain.

  • A defined process for coaching employees to peak performance
  • The ability to draw on the diversity among team members to enhance results
  • Tools and methods to solve workplace problems
  • Strategies to support employees through the phases of change
  • Approaches for enhancing employee engagement
  • Increased productivity through the use of various task management techniques

Dates: March 15, 22, 29

Time for all sessions: 9:30 am to 3:30 pm | in-class delivery

Registration Fees:

Members: $650

Non-Members: $950

To register for this ession, contact events@mcca.mb.ca.

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