• They must learn how to give–rather than follow–directions
• They must make the transition from team member to team leader; learning how to coach and discipline workers
who were once their peers (and may still be their friends)
• They must help you boost morale and retention despite tough economic times; a skill not required of your average employee
• They must learn the legal do’s and don’ts of supervising to avoid legal mistakes that could cost you big bucks and lots of embarrassment
Many brand-new supervisors have never been trained on how to manage, and they’ve probably had at least a few poor role models over the years. Research indicates, new managers often manage as their first supervisor managed them. Now, they need sound training to point them in the right direction.
Bring your new supervisors along for this informative 2-hour seminar that’s designed specifically to help you orient and train employees who are just breaking into your management ranks.
Instructor Wayne L. Anderson
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