380.05     Getting Started as a Supervisor
When and Where:
  • February 29, 2016 (8:30 a.m. – Noon)
  • The Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel, State College, Pa.
Who Should Attend:    
  • Supervisors
  • Employees working toward supervisory positions
Format:     
  • An interactive, instructor-led course available in a half-day format
Course Overview:     
  • As a new supervisor, you have the added responsibility of overseeing other people’s work in addition to getting your own work done. Striking the balance can be challenging, and many experienced supervisors say they would do things a little differently if they had a chance to start over as a supervisor. This course will help you as a newly promoted supervisor get it right the first time as you transition into supervision. Course content is presented in a practical way and focuses on understanding the co-op business, helping you clarify roles and responsibilities, gaining acceptance as a new supervisor, and creating a long-term development plan for continued success.This course will help you as a newly promoted supervisor get it right the first time as you transition into supervision. Course content is presented in a practical way and focuses on understanding the co-op business, helping you clarify roles and responsibilities, gaining acceptance as a new supervisor, and creating a long-term development plan for continued success.
Key Topics Include:    
  • Differentiating between being an employee and a boss
  • Clarifying the roles and responsibilities of your employees
  • Identifying the characteristics of successful work groups
  • Using a variety of techniques for encouraging initiative
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