Making the Transition to Supervisor or Manager

4-hours Virtual or In-person
In stock
Product Details

This session serves to establish a shared belief system for what constitutes supervisory responsibilities. For experienced managers, this class allows participants to identify missed opportunities in establishing their supervisory relationships, so that the more experienced supervisors can build onto what they already have accomplished. For new supervisors, this session allows participants to start their management assignments with a realistic preview of what is to come and what they need to immediately start doing as supervisors.

What You Will Learn
After this workshop, participants will be able to:
  • Describe the responsibilities of a supervisor
  • More smoothly transition from team contributor to supervisor or manager
  • Move from “friend” or coworker to supervisor
Course Outline
  • The responsibilities of a Supervisor
    • To management
    • To your team
    • To yourself
  • Seventeen steps for making the transition to supervisor or manager as smooth and easy as possible
  • Supervising former coworkers and friends

Up to 30 students

  • Virtual Classes will be a live, Instructor lead class in Zoom for Government, a virtual technical assistant VTA will be available to assist students with any technical issues, take roll, administer evaluations, and distribute certificates of completion. Course materials will be provided electronically.
  • Onsite classes will be held at your location. The instructor will travel to you. Materials will be printed and shipped to your site. A sign-up sheet will be provided for student to enter their name (as they want it on their certificate) and the email address to send the certificate to. GSA travel costs will be added to the course fee. Contact us for a travel estimate.
  • A minimum of 2 weeks lead time is needed for virtual classes, 3 weeks for onsite classes.

Questions? Contact our training coordinator via email or phone at (202) 843.5447.

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