STS Consulting Services
Supervisory & Management Capacity Building
People are often promoted to positions of leadership and supervision as a result of their job function expertise and/or high performance in their current role. Leading and supervising people effectively, however, often requires a separate set of knowledge and skills. What led to success in a previous role, may not be enough to ensure success as a leader or manager.
Supervisory leadership development processes can help supervisors continue to build skills, comfort, and confidence in their role as a leader.
Below are examples of supervisory leadership development objectives:
- Learn techniques for setting clear performance expectations with employees
- Develop effective communication skills for giving feedback
- Learn skills for coaching and mentoring employees
- Be able to use effective meeting facilitation processes and skills
- Enhance time and project management practices
- Develop strong interpersonal communication skills
- Learn strategies for recognizing and rewarding employees
- Be able to apply strategies for managing change and conflict