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You want to train your team, but who has the time for a 1 hour webinar? In today's fast-paced business world, useful "bites" of information that we put right to work are often all we need. Micro webinars provide 20-30 minutes of densely informative learning moments complete with a quiz to reinforce the knowledge. Micro training or mini-webinar training is becoming more and more appreciated as it demonstrates this value.
ModernHR is proud to offer this medium of training to all of our clients at a remarkably reduced fee. Courses focus on the maturing of new supervisors into a stronger leadership role as well as fine-tuning the skill set of existing managers.
The ability to write effectively is a skill every supervisor and managers must possess. To effectively express yourself clearly, accurately and professionally in writing has a direct impact on your success and the impression of those who receive your communications. This training session is designed to review important writing techniques that can help make the most of all the business communication.
Coaching in the workplace is a critical skill which can be highly effective in training, retraining, motivating and developing individuals and teams alike. All leadership should have strong coaching skills in place.
The main objective of this session is to help a supervisor or manager communicate effectively with senior management and those “up” the chain of command.
Management experts estimate that most supervisors and managers spend as much as a quarter or more of the work time managing conflicts. Workplace conflict may be based on disagreements over work procedures, different needs and interests, clashes of personalities or a range of other situations and circumstances that lead to confrontations between or among employee.
This course helps managers and supervisors deal with the challenge of change. The objective is to help trainees understand how to manage change in their departments and work groups to help employees cope and even thrive in a changing work environment.
Effective communication is the foundation of positive ad cooperative working relationships. Managers and supervisors have positions as leaders and need to be able to communicate effectively with employees, colleagues and upper management.
All managers and supervisors must deal with meetings, either as a leader or as a participant. The main focus of this session is to help leadership use meetings effectively to accomplish important goals. Attendees will learn to plan and conduct efficient meetings.
All managers and supervisors have an impact on employees. Getting input from those employees helps with improving individual skills as well as improve working conditions and workplace communications. This session offers suggestion on how to get employees to wiling offer input.
The faster you deal with employee complaints, the faster your employees can get back on the road to productivity. Learn how to keep complaints from escalating into larger problems.
Supervising other people is never easy, but sometimes some people make it particularly difficult. These challenging employees can try your patience and drain a lot of your time and energy. This session will address the types of problems a manager might face and strategies for handling these scenarios.
Understanding what true leadership is and how to be an effective leader is a critical skill and many newly appointed supervisors and managers may not fully understand the behaviors associated with strong, positive leadership. This session discusses the important supervisory and managerial topic of leadership and explains how to become a more effective leader.
This course provides attendees with a better understanding of the concept of motivation and covers qualities of motivation and how motivation relates to the health of the workplace culture and environment.
Negotiation is a process of building, maintaining and improving relationships. Learn how to develop these productivity-boosting skills.
This course addresses how new supervisors can meet their new responsibilities successfully and excel as a supervisor. It focus on the 14 key areas in which all new supervisors must become fully competent in order to perform their jobs well and prepare for advancement.
This course emphasizes the importance of goal seeing to guide and develop employee performance. It examines the criteria for effective performance goals and covers the steps in the goal setting and review process. The information trainees learn in this session help them strengthen the performance appraisal process as well as supervise and motivate your employees more successfully.
During this training, the attendee will learn how to become better organized and more efficient. Think Time management! Attendees will also learn how to develop better plans so goals are achievable and performance is dramatically improved.
Problems solving is a daily activity for supervision. This course provides insight into how to most effectively solve-problems.
Your success as a supervisor depends on conducting yourself in a professional manner at all times with everyone you come into contact with. The main objective of this session is to discuss professional behavior and how it affects your job as a supervisor or manager.
Those who supervise special groups of employees must be able to identify the needs and the potential problems that come with young and older workers and non-English speaking employees.
This course addresses ways to make better use of your valuable time so that you can accomplish more with less effort.
This course discusses effective training in all its stages, from assessing the needs at your workplace to developing a culture where training is ongoing and seen as an essential part of every job.
As an organization and as individuals ethical behavior is critical for the safety of employees and the success of the business. The importance of ethics and an understanding of ethical behavior is discussed.