Supervisory Skills for First Time Leaders (Online Course)

Supervisory Skills for First Time Leaders

Supervisory Skills for First-Time Leaders creates a system of “best practices” for you to follow as you transform your skills from a supervisor into a true organizational leader.

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Per Participant

$95


Group rates available upon request.

Available immediately upon purchase, anytime and on any device.

Course Format

This e-learning course is available on-demand and requires a minimum of 3 hours learning time. The course can be accessed anytime online and will automatically begin where you last left off. Course navigation allows you to move back and forth through the course as needed. In course testing and certification included.

It is available for use on Desktop and Tablet

Audience

New supervisor to experienced manager.

Overview

New supervisors need a plan to enhance their skills and confidence in order to get the best results possible. Supervisory Skills for First Time Leaders creates a system of “best practices” for you to follow as you transform your skills from a supervisor into a true organizational leader.

Supervisory Skills for First Time Leaders delivers current coaching, communicating, and motivating methods that are easy to implement and will give you the confidence needed to be an effective leader. This e-Learning course will help you answer “what are the key elements that turn good supervisors into exceptional leaders?” Without successful supervisory skills that really lead people, not only is your organization at risk, but your career may also suffer.

Supervisory Skills for First Time Leaders features consultant and speaker Merge Gupta-Sunderji, a professional commentator on business leadership and supervisory topics for over 20 years.

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This e-Learning course of 4 modules details the necessary skills to become a supervisor/manager with skills as a leader, motivator, and communicator.

  • Introduction to Supervision
    Separating management from leadership, with basic ideas of leadership and values of a successful supervisor or leader
  • Best Practices
    The 6 best practices of a successful leader and what they should consider important
  • Making the Transition from Non-Management to Management
    7 key aspects of a positive occupational change
  • Coaching, Communicating and Motivating
    How assertive language and tools can help a supervisor build commitment, effective communication, and motivation in their employees
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Learning Modules

This e-Learning course of 4 modules details the necessary skills to become a supervisor/manager with skills as a leader, motivator, and communicator.

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  • Differentiate between managing as a supervisor and being able to really create an environment of leadership
  • Describe and demonstrate six core values that form the foundation of successful leadership as a supervisor
  • Explain and demonstrate one of the most successful techniques for coaching others
  • Articulate the two basic philosophies of leadership and be able to implement them right away
  • Describe and evaluate several leadership tools for early success in their supervisory roles that meet each supervisor where they are at
  • Identify and model the top communication strategies that lead to supervisory success; where your peers and subordinates respect your leadership and
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” Very entertaining – it’s easier to learn when you’re laughing.”

 

R. Poirier
Communications Officer
Nova Scotia Medical Society, Halifax NS