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* Basics of Supervision - #7287
NACM Northwest
7931 NE Halsey, Suite 102
Portland, OR 97213
Thursday, September 19, 2019, 8:30 AM to Friday, September 20, 2019, 4:30 PM PDT
Category: Leadership & Supervision

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Even if you haven’t heard it before, you probably already intuitively know it: people leave managers, not organizations. Yet only one third of all supervisors and managers are perceived to be strong leaders. Good supervisors are the first line of defense against employee disengagement and turnover. This class will provide both new and seasoned team leads, managers and supervisors the tools they need to be effective.

Participants have the option of taking both days or day one only. Individuals who compete both days will receive a personalized certificate.

Day One

Do you know the essentials of becoming a leader? In day one you will:

  • Learn how to better navigate the transition from coworker to supervisor
  • Understand how to motivate employees and build solid relationships
  • Review the essential ingredients for effective direction and delegation
  • Learn the fundamentals of coaching

To register for day one only, click here.

Day Two

Do you know what’s expected of you as supervisor in the organization from a legal standpoint and how to protect it against risk? In day two you will:

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  • Learn best practices for handling discipline and performance problems in a positive way
  • Review the basics of employment law
  • Understand how to spot and respond to HR red flags
  • Practice applying learned skills to hypothetical situations

To register for day two only, click here. (Only available to individuals who have completed day one within the past three months.)

Presenter: Alexis James, Director, Training & Organization Development

Location: NACM Northwest in Portland

Dates: Thursday and Friday, September 19 & 20, 2019

Cost: Member Price - $365.00; Standard Price - $545.00

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Contact: Jocelyn Billings, at 503-585-4320 or [email protected]