What makes a supervisor great? While there may not be a quick and simple answer to that question, there is a certain set of skills for supervisors, that, when learned through time and exposure, make supervisors more effective.
What makes a supervisor great? While there may not be a quick and simple answer to that question, there is a certain set of skills for supervisors, that, when learned through time and exposure, make supervisors more effective. With increasing pressure being placed on supervisors to perform, organizations can’t afford a long learning curve.
Managers and leaders find themselves stuck in three vicious circles. They're frustrated by teams that have become over-dependent on them. They're overwhelmed by the amount of work they have to do. And, they're disconnected from their own Great Work—the work that has impact, the work that has meaning. Sound familiar?
Retaining key talent is an ongoing challenge for many organizations, especially as job markets continue to improve. Training expert Lisa Downs will provide you with tools and information to successfully create and implement a high-potential development program, including partnering with executives, ideas for program components and structure, suggested communications, and considerations for identifying high-potential talent, distinguishing a high-performer from a high-potential, and transparency for a program within an organization.
Uncertainty is a major source of anxiety during organizational change. Employees have questions related to their roles, how the change will impact them and what the timeline will be. This can make them reluctant to accept the change or to maintain a positive attitude while change takes place.Join expert Rick Lepsinger in this one-hour learning experience as he explains why today's ever-evolving global marketplace, companies that fail to make meaningful changes, will cease to exist.