Investing in the development of leaders is the best investment an organization can make. Leaders fulfill key responsibilities that could spell the difference between success and failure. It is therefore critical that they are equipped with the right set of knowledge, skills, attitudes and habits (K.A.S.H.) to carry out the responsibility of mapping the organization’s future, developing strategies to get the organization there and actually making it happen. These are seldom done through sheer leadership talents. Leaders whether they are called team leads, supervisors or managers need to acquire these K.A.S.H. through an appropriate training interventions and their deliberate effort to enrich their cache of leadership and management tools through continuing personal development.
This Fundamentals of Supervision Training is designed to help the supervisors and managers assess their own mindsets and adjust accordingly to the NEW leadership paradigms. It will also equip them with the basic management tools like planning, organizing, leading and controlling and communicating. It is also designed for them appreciate not only their roles as leaders but more so the dynamics of teams and what they need to do to encourage teamwork. The workshop also contain tools for coaching that they can use to capitalize on the strengths of their team members and work on their areas for improvement.
This program utilizes learning games, role plays and case studies for deeper impact. At the end of each session, the participants will be asked to commit to a forward agenda to put learning to action.
By the end of the workshop, the learners would be able to:
- Shift mindset from worker to leader and from boss to leader
- Describe the process in building teamwork
- Identify the basic management tools (P.O.L.C.)
- Use communication as an important leadership tool
- Align actions with organizational values