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Supervision Essentials: Skills for the New Supervisor

Room 4426, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), 252 Bloor St East (St George Subway)


Today supervisors face more challenges than ever: fewer employees, fewer resources, less money, and more work. The ability to strike the right balance between people management and task management is an essential ingredient to achieving outstanding performance. If you are a new manager or are you in the process of becoming one, this workshop will help you sharpen your supervisory skills by

* Understanding your role as supervisor

* Identifying your leadership style and how to put it to work

* Enhancing your people practices: motivating your staff, interviewing for 'fit', giving constructive feedback and dealing with problem performance

* Utilizing effective time management skills to separate the urgent from the important

* Delegating effectively and responsibly

* Leading productive meetings

* Executing the fundamentals of project planning and implementation

This highly interactive workshop will include brief presentations, discussion, role-plays, assessments and experiential activities. You will take away useful ideas and practical, applicable tools to improve your overall supervisory and management effectiveness.

Facilitator: Jill Ash, Consultant, Healthy Futures Group

Cost: $99 plus GST

Learn about our special discounts / early bird offers and view our 2003 Non-Profit Training Calendar by visiting our website,, or call for more details (905) 569-8474 .