Supervisors must make sure that they shift their focus from the work itself to the people who do the work – supporting their needs, developing their abilities, removing obstacles and making resources available.
They need to make the right decisions the first time and keep trial and error learning to a minimum. All supervisors need clear, simple models of supervision practice that will help them learn how to implement their complex human relations tasks.
Supervisor Training programs often concentrate on the managerial aspects of the job (for example, budgeting, time management, report writing, setting objectives) but give little attention to the interpersonal skills needed for implementing supervisory and administrative functions. If you came to the job of supervisor without much formal training, you’re not alone.
New supervisors are often faced with a wide range of challenges,including: * That they:barely have adequate training and are often intimidated when faced with enforcing a wide range of policies and procedures, * Rarely have enough time, * Often feel very alone * Are sometimes overwhelmed and stressed out
Therefore, support and development are critical to new supervisors. Often, employees are promoted to supervision because of their strong technical expertise — expertise in building a product or providing a service.
The focus of this program is preparation for training employees, follow-up, and types of training most effective in the work environment. This program can help your supervisors overcome many of the supervisory problems a new “boss” may encounter. Supervisors typically have a general understanding of their job and responsibilities, but this program is more specific, and it explains how to increase employee performance through training, coaching, and mentoring.
The Mentoring Program provides the tools necessary for new employees to reach their full potential. This program should help you reconstruct your efforts and learn new ways to approach employee performance and develop practical ways to solve some of your most pressing problems and reach win-win decisions. This program will help managers create a more dynamic, loyal, and energized workplace.
Brand-new supervisors need guidance and help, the sooner the better. Most new supervisors need training to understand what it really takes to retain employees. These formal training classes cover the fundamental skills that new supervisors need to begin their management career.
By Nathan Dean