Supervisors are often expected to learn their skills “on the job”, making them vulnerable to criticism and occasionally resulting them in having a loss of confidence. This supervisory skills training course has been designed for those who need to develop key supervisory skills.
In terms of content, as every organisation manages its supervisors in very different ways, we always tailor the agenda so it exactly matches the needs of your organisation but we have outlined an example agenda below...
- Understanding what your team and organisation expect from you
- Key qualities required at supervisory level
- Communicating your requirements and instructions more effectively
- Motivating your staff
- Managing absence
- Managing discipline and poor performance
- Appraisal skills
- Coaching staff
What will delegates learn?
- How to enhance supervisors’ effectiveness
- How to improve employee engagement and motivation
- How to increase productivity
- How to minimise the risk of a costly Tribunal claim
Who should attend?
This course has been designed for supervisors who would like to build skills and confidence in their day-to-day job.
This course can be run on a one-to-one basis at a reduced rate or at standard rate for groups of up to 12 delegates.
Why choose Jaluch?
We have over 16 years' experience in providing unique, bespoke and trusted training. We pride ourselves on having great trainers and combine this with highly relevant material and methods of delivery that are all designed to suit your individual business needs. We will always make sure delegates understand how our training translates into the workplace and how it aligns to your business goals.
We want our training to be enjoyable, so we don't make you sit through 'death by PowerPoint' and our style of delivery is always lively and engaging with maximum interaction and minimum lecture! From experience, we understand this is the only way to inspire delegates so that learning is truly embedded and not just forgotten a few days later.
“I learnt a lot from this programme. It was very informative and useful and gave me a good understanding of a supervisors role. The trainers approach was friendly which allowed us to bounce different ideas and thoughts around, getting us to think for ourselves.”
Mark Parry-Jones – Owen & Palmer Limited