Functions, Roles and Skills of Modern Supervisors Truly, times have changed for those who lead others, yet the solutions in dealing with such changes can be found in the fundamental principles of basic supervision – the roles, skills and functions required of supervisor.This workshop is designed to help individuals build competencies in basic supervision practices. It works to define supervision, explains the competencies required of supervisors, and describes the supervisor’s position from an operational perspective.
What You Will Learn
Define supervision, describe types of supervisors, and explain the supervisor’s position
Discuss supervisory activities, roles, and competencies
Focus on and describe supervisors in their roles of planning, directing, controlling, decision-making, communicating, motivating, staffing, budgeting and evaluating performance of the workforce
Develop a comprehensive skill set as to modern day supervision of others
Workshop Outline The Changing Role of Supervision Plotting the Future: Planning Translating Plans into Actions: Organizing Implementing Plans: Directing Tracking Plans with Actions: Controlling Managing the Critical Intangibles: Decision-Making, Problem-Solving, and Creativity Helping People Understand: Communicating Encouraging Results: Motivating People Building Human Resources: Staffing Managing Finance and Resources: Budgeting Tracking the Results of Human Efforts: Evaluating
Unique Workshop Offerings An overview and in-depth discussion of supervisory techniques for facing modern-day organizational challenges and leading a diverse workforce.
Workshop Lead Dr. Robert K. Prescott, SPHR, SHRM-SCP