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Essentials in Supervisory Skills

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Course Format:

N/A

Start Date:

July
12,
2021

Course Length:

Less than 1 Week

Application Deadline:

No Deadline

Enrollment Fee:

1,995 USD

Location:

Online

Quick Look

Course Format:

N/A

Start Date:

July
12,
2021

Application Deadline:

Asynchronous

Enrollment Fee:

1,995 USD

Location:

Online

Course Description

Sitting at the nexus between non-managerial staff and management, supervisors inhabit a critical position within the organization.This program develops essential skills for supervising and leading with confidence. Improve your ability to oversee staff, manage priorities and solve problems. Act as a valued intermediary who can communicate smoothly between all levels, ensuring that objectives get heard, tasks get acted upon, and everyone receives the support they need.

Program Benefits

This program will help you make the transition from “doing” to “planning and supervising”; rationally apply information to make better decisions; ease workloads by organizing priorities, managing disruptions and delegating tasks; motivate non-managerial staff to commit to and act on directives sent from above; work effectively with all levels of management; become a skilled conduit of communication between managers and front-line staff; and advance your career up the organizational ladder

Program Inclusion

Not Provided

Who Should Attend

This course is geared for supervisors and non-managerial team heads who want to develop essential skills in supervision and leadership, and high-potential professionals who wish to take the next step in their career.

Application Requirements

1626048000

Instructor:

Robert Murray

Contact Person:

Not provided

Faculty Director:

Not Provided

University:

University of British Columbia

Course Description

Sitting at the nexus between non-managerial staff and management, supervisors inhabit a critical position within the organization.This program develops essential skills for supervising and leading with confidence. Improve your ability to oversee staff, manage priorities and solve problems. Act as a valued intermediary who can communicate smoothly between all levels, ensuring that objectives get heard, tasks get acted upon, and everyone receives the support they need.

Program Benefits

This program will help you make the transition from “doing” to “planning and supervising”; rationally apply information to make better decisions; ease workloads by organizing priorities, managing disruptions and delegating tasks; motivate non-managerial staff to commit to and act on directives sent from above; work effectively with all levels of management; become a skilled conduit of communication between managers and front-line staff; and advance your career up the organizational ladder

Program Inclusion

Not Provided

Who Should Attend

This course is geared for supervisors and non-managerial team heads who want to develop essential skills in supervision and leadership, and high-potential professionals who wish to take the next step in their career.

Application Requirements

Not Provided

Instructor:

Robert Murray

Contact Person:

Not provided

Faculty Director:

Not Provided

University:

University of British Columbia