How to Transition from Employee to Supervisor
Tonia Morris, Founder of Simply HR, LLC, a Consultant, and Management firm that specializes in helping organizations attract, retain, and grow their employee through training. It is Tonia’s belief that training is the secret sauce of attracting and retaining employees.
Tonia spent over 25+ years in the HR specializing in employee development. Tonia is a professional speaker with the National Speaker Association specializing in developing a Multi-Generation workforce; she is an active member of SHRM, and ATD to name a few. Tonia believes engagement is important when administering performance feedback. She is a certified coach with Registered Corporate Coach and Forbes Coaches Council. Visit Tonia on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.
The transition from Peer to Supervisor can be very difficult for most newly promoted supervisor. Many are not equipped with the tools to successfully transition. This session will equip the newly promoted supervisor with tools and techniques to communicate more effectively, gain trust, set boundaries, provide constructive feedback and motivate employees for results.
Today’s workforce is experiencing high turnover and disengaged employees. It is a known fact that employees quit managers to avoid turnover it is critical to have the appropriate skills to retain employees.
- How to communicate more effectively as a supervisor
- When to be flexible and when to stand firm
- Steps to build trust and gain respect
- How to develop your own personal management style
- How to set boundaries with co-workers/peers
Course Level - Basic to Intermediate
Who Should Attend
Anyone with newly supervisor's responsibilities.
Why Should Attend
If you are a newly promoted supervisor that has the responsibility of supervising previous co-workers or peers this course is for you. Do you find it difficult setting boundaries, communicating effectively, building trust and respect and providing feedback to peers and co-workers? These are some of the challenges newly promoted supervisor face with their new position. This session will provide participants with tips on how to overcome the pitfall most newly promoted supervisors face.
It is a known fact supervising others is difficult especially if they are previous co-workers and peers. Participant in this session will learn how to effectively manage co-workers and peers, how to motivate to achieve a result and most importantly how to respect your new role as a supervisor.