Taking the Lead: Five Things Every Supervisor Needs to Know | Recorded Webinar

Leadership - Businessperson

60 minutes

Making the step to a supervisor role can feel like a difficult or stressful transition for most people, especially because it takes skill to balance the needs of the organization with those of the workgroup.

What makes a supervisor great? While there may not be a quick and simple answer to that question, there is a certain skill set that – when learned through time and exposure – makes supervisors more effective. With increasing pressure being placed on supervisors to perform, organizations can’t afford a long learning curve. Join us for an informative webinar that will help you get up to speed fast.

Attendees will learn

  • How to identify a supervisor’s strengths and weaknesses.
  • The actions that supervisors should avoid.
  • How to help supervisors plan, prioritize, and delegate.
  • Things supervisors can do to build productive relationships.
  • The five key skills every successful supervisor practices.
     

Who should attend

  • New supervisors and managers
  • Supervisors who want to refresh their skills
  • Trainers
     

Resources

Presenter

Dr Annette Cremo

Dr. Annette Cremo is a seasoned organizational development professional with over 20 years of experience in training, organization development, and human resources. She has done consulting and training for GlaxoSmithKline, Microsoft, Conamaugh Health Systems, Mitsubishi, the Pennsylvania State Police, and Pfizer. In addition, Annette is an adjunct university instructor, teaching graduate and doctoral courses in industrial and organizational psychology and human resource management.

An expert in organizational development, 360 development and feedback, culture change, team building and leadership, Annette earned her Ph.D. in Psychoeducational Process from Temple University. Her doctoral research examined the active learning process for high-performance work teams and the group problem-solving process. Connect with Annette on LinkedIn.

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