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    Taking the Pain out of Delegation

    This one-day skill-building participant-centered workshop uses an interactive participatory approach and practical work examples to help participants: identify why supervisors should delegate: explore why they don't; and explain how to delegate effectively. As a result of this workshop, the participants will be more comfortable making delegation decisions and will leave with a specific delegation plan to implement back on the job. This program is unique in using a self-analysis module, in which the participants identify and attempt to address any assumptions or beliefs about themselves as individuals and as managers that can get in the way of their willingness to delegate.
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    Direction and Delegation

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    The Manager as Teacher and Coach

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    Coaching Skills in a Quality Improvement Culture

    This skill-building participant-centered workshop is designed to coach experienced and novice supervisors and managers in developing and practicing coaching skills, and becoming more comfortable with their coaching role.
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    Coaching Skills in a Labor-Management Cooperative Culture

    This skill-building participant-centered workshop is designed to coach experienced and novice supervisors and managers in developing and practicing coaching skills, and becoming more comfortable with their coaching role.
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    Coaching and Counseling Skills

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    Making the Most of Your Mentoring Relationship

    This one-day skill-building participant-centered workshop is designed to develop mentor skills and provide the starting point for creating a constructive mentor-mentee relationship. The morning is devoted to providing practical skills for mentors in how to draw out the mentee's needs and goals, and support the mentee's learning. The afternoon focuses on the cooperative development of a mentoring plan and schedule by the mentors and mentees, following a twelve-step checklist.
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    The Supervisor's Motivational Tool Kit

    This one-day skill-building participant-centered workshop is designed to assist supervisors and managers in improving their abilities to get employees to want to do what they want them to do. The workshop provides practical information and practice with the two major factors that have an impact on employee motivation: (1) their personal motivators and (2) their need for a clear understanding of what is expected of them. Using interactive exercises, the participants will learn when to use the seven tools in the supervisor's motivational tool kit to accomplish desired results. They will also learn a six-step performance management process.
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    The Middle Manager's Role in a Motivational Environment

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    How to Write Job Descriptions That Work for You

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    Supervisor Friendly Performance Management

    This one-day skill-building participant-centered workshop is designed to be an introductory program for individuals new to the role of supervising less effective employees for improved performance or a refresher course for individuals with moderate experience. The workshop includes an analysis of the reasons that motivate poor performance, as well as degree to which the participants' characteristic response to poor performers is effective. It assists the participants in identifying what employees need to be effective performers and then provides the skills and techniques to meet those needs. The workshop incorporates interactive exercises and simulations to give the participants an opportunity to learn and apply a six-step performance management strategy to their specific employee problem situation.
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    User Friendly Performance Evaluation

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    Developing and Evaluating Performance Standards

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    How to Conduct a Performance Appraisal Interview

    This one-day skill-building participant-centered workshop is designed to assist managers and supervisors in improving their abilities to conduct both formal and informal performance appraisal interviews. The workshop provides general information regarding the purpose of performance appraisal interviews and the steps involved in preparing for and conducting the interview. The workshop includes interactive exercises and case situations which give the participants an opportunity to identify barriers to effective interviews and steps to eliminate or minimize them, as well as an interpersonal communication strategy to ensure effective results from the interview. Emphasis is placed on encouraging the employee to assume responsibility for improving performance, as well as learning how to handle a defensive employee.
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    Supervising for Improved Employee Performance

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    Building Constructive Coping Skills

    This half-day workshop help participants: examine their current coping strategies, recognize why they act this way, face their fears or concerns, and identify and seize the opportunities offered by the changes in their lives.
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    Managing Change: Riding the Waves

    This one-day skill-building participant-centered workshop is designed to assist supervisors and managers in improving their abilities to manage employees' emotional and behavioral responses to organizational, programmatic and procedural changes. It provides information regarding the sources of resistance to change and techniques to address and overcome that resistance. It also uses interactive exercises to teach the steps in the change process and give the participants an opportunity to plan, script and role-play action steps they can take to implement the changes in their work situations. The workshop includes an analysis of the participants' personal response to the changes they must implement and administer, so that they can be aware of their biases and minimize the effect of their own biases on their change management strategies.
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    The Manager and Supervisor as Change Agents

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    Coping With Change

    This one-day skill-building participant-centered workshop is designed to assist participants who may arrive at the workshop with actual pink slips in hand - in shock, feeling invalidated and expendable, and uncertain about their value in the current workplace. They feel guilty, resentful, depressed or angry about failing themselves and their families, who depend upon them. Using interactive exercises, the participants learn to recognize the impact of the stress on their lives and their choices, gain perspective, consider their options, and feel good again about themselves as people and as contributing members of society.
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    Coping With Change: A Survivors' Guide

    This one-day skill-building participant-centered workshop is targeted at those employees and supervisors who have watched others (co-workers, friends, and family) be affected by change and feel guilty that they themselves are still employed. They are living in limbo, uncertain when they will be directly affected - so they aren't sure where to place their loyalty. They need to decide whether they should stay with their current job until it ends, dealing with the additional work as they have to do more with less, or whether they should leave. It is also targeted at supervisors who must make decisions about which of their employees stay or go - and are feeling guilty and unsure of themselves.