PARTICIPANTS WILL LEARN
As a result of attending the Sudden Supervisor workshop, you will learn the foundations of managing through the Being. Knowing. Doing. model.
BEING: Bring out the leader from within by guiding individuals through a process of self-discovery and self- enhancement that creates meaningful and lasting self- improvement in both personal and professional roles.
• Improve self-awareness of one’s unique strengths as a supervisor
• Discover how your expectations align with what motivates you
• Enhance your true value to the organization
• Understand how your contribution affects the organization’s clients
KNOWING: Teach individuals to embrace supervisory challenges as opportunities by learning what to think, and how to respond, with powerful best practice management.
• Identify and remove barriers to productivity
• Values based time and priorities management
• Feed-front: Increase feedback seeking behaviors and dialogue
• Decision making strategies
DOING: Provide participants with practical exercises and cues to implement and apply newly acquired leadership skills and competencies in their work roles.
• Set precise and challenging goals that motivate subordinates
• Give confidence and empower team members
• Evaluate subordinates’ performance objectively
• Communication Essentials: Learning how to communicate with subordinates
Expect result. Get ROI for investing in training yourself and your future leaders. Using what you and they learned at BKD Leaders Sudden Supervisor workshop, you will return to work to manage more effectively, to get work done with and through people, and stop making rookie mistakes.
As a result of having participant attend this workshop companies should expect ROI* of:
– Reduced Turnover
– Increased effectiveness and teamwork
– Improved relationships and communication among supervisors and direct reports
– Higher levels of collaboration and coordination
Who Benefits Most? Sudden Supervisor delivers maximum benefit for:
- Newly promoted and first time managers and supervisors
- Entry to mid-level managers
- Personnel working in organizations with limited opportunities to participate in training and development