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Part 1

Supervisory Skills

Supervisory Skills 1 focuses on building the fundamental skills that all leaders need to be successful. The DiSC Assessment allows participants to understand their own style of leadership and how to lead others more effectively. Listening and Questioning Skills and Coaching and Feedback allow leaders to encourage growth and to bring out the best with each employee. In today’s work climate of high performance, multi-tasking, and more expectations, Handling and Leading Change are imperative to success.

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Part 2

Supervisory Skills

Supervisory Skills 2 is a wonderful follow up and reinforcement to Supervisory Skills 1. All new material builds upon, and continues to create leadership that focuses in on feedback and performance appraisals. This session ends with a highly interactive and effective session on how to create and lead effective teams.

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Time Management & Prioritizing

This interactive workshop will allow participants to learn numerous techniques on how to improve organization of their time and work. They will understand the importance of planning, blocking time, and staying focused from interruptions and daily distractions. Numerous prioritizing techniques will be demonstrated, and tips on how to avoid procrastination. (Can be partnered with Outlook).

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Outlook Made Easy & OneNote 2010

This hands-on, activity-based workshop will show you how powerful Outlook is as a useful tool. You will learn what Notes is really for and how to use Tasks as a great tool for delegation and creating to-do list. Also learn how to prioritize and other tips including color coding your calendar, and what to do with emails stacking up in your inbox. Lots of tips, tricks and ideas!

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5 Languages of Appreciation

By understanding the 5 Languages of Appreciation, you can gain a clearer picture of an individual’s style of appreciation in a work-related setting. Individuals differ in how they experience feeling appreciated at work. Some people prefer to be told that they are doing a good job. Others feel valued when their supervisor spends individual time with them. Some team members are encouraged if their colleagues work with them to complete difficult tasks, while others are motivated by tangible rewards received for a job well done. This highly interactive session will use a combination of assessment tools, videos and group activities to help you discover your language of appreciation.

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