Making the Transition to Management

Overview

Making the Transition to Management

From Thursday, December 7, 2017
To Friday, December 8, 2017
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Overview

This seminar covers the nuts and bolts to prepare you to take your first supervisory goals, from setting goals for your team to tackling difficult conflicts. With exercise, feedback and practice, you will return with the tool kit to confidently take on any new task with greater ease and improved confidence.

Benefits

Making the Transition to Management

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How You Will Benefit
  • Understand your new role - from their perspective and that of their boss, peers and subordinates
  • Establish a new presence and build credibility
  • Flex your individual style awith ease
  • Delegate task while remain focus on clear quality standarts
  • Implement a feedback system that enhance overall communication
  • Tailor training to individual employees to improve on performance
  • Understand what motivates peers, employees and superiors
  • Gain awareness of basic laws and regulations as they apply to performace reviews, including EOE and ADA
  • Gain techniques and strategies to manage time and schedule workload

What

Making the Transition to Management

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What You Will Cover

Letting Go of Your Former Role

  • How to manage the changes process
  • Challenges and pitfalls to avoid
  • Expectations from your direct reports, your boss and your former peers

Defining Your Behavioral Style

  • How to best communicate with bosses, peers and employees with different style preferences
  • Adjust personal behavioral styles to build better working relationships

Setting Goals for Yourself and Others


  • The benefit of delegation
  • How to set SMART goals that allow you to measure progress accurately
  • Project delegation and the potential barriers

Legal Considerations for Supervisors

  • Basic laws governing performance review
  • Your obligations as a supervisor

Giving and Receiving Feedback

  • Supportive vs. cerrective feedback
  • Guideliness to improve coaching relationships
  • How to receive feedback constructively

Training Your Employees


  • Adults learners and learning styles
  • Techniques to develop your employees and assess your training resources
How to Motivate Effectively
  • Motivational tools to handle workplace issues
  • Relate motivations to styles, goal setting and communication preferences
Time Management
  • Important vs. urgent: using the priotizing mode
  • How to manage and protect your time

Who

Making the Transition to Management

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Who Should Attend

Newly promoted supervisors with less thans one year of experience in this position; preocess and production supervisors who want to enhance their effectiveness through supervisor training.

Faculty

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Faculty Spotlight

Kristine Santayana-Yasay

With an abundance of training, experience and great passion for efficiency, Kristine brings structure and order into the training room that has nurtured many in their quest for success and change. Her experience comes from 13 years of designing and facilitating programs which are influenced by her training and her specialization in the areas of Leadership & Management Development, Appreciative Inquiry, The Science of Creativity, Emotional Intelligence, and more…
 
Kristine’s training goes beyond the classroom she is a Leadership and Team Development Consultant .Her experience also focuses on Outdoor Experiential and soft skills Learning – in designing, developing and facilitating Corporate and Youth programs. Ms. Santayana Yasay acquired training here and abroad, specifically as a full time Experiential Education Instructor in Princeton-Blairstown Center – an outdoor/experiential training education facility of Princeton University in USA. In the Philippines, she also worked for several training companies, such as Beyond Limits Asia and Management Strategies Asia, facilitating corporate and youth programs, acquiring both soft and hard skills as a facilitator and outdoor technical skills for the Ropes Courses Technology.
 
An influential woman, Kristine is a major force responsible for the presence of AMA in the training environment of the Philippine corporate world- as Business Development Manager of Imperial Consulting Philippines, an affiliate of the European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines.
 
Kristine’s energy for learning and making a difference connects her to many people. She has and still works with a big range of clientele ranging from the youth to administrative professionals and managers of multinational corporations in the Philippines and in the US.
 
Ms. Santayana holds a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from the University of Santo Tomas and passed the licensure board.

* This seminar is also taught by other management experts.

Schedule/Fees

Making the Transition to Management

From Thursday, December 7, 2017
To Friday, December 8, 2017
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Venue Date Fees (USD)
Cagayan de Oro 7th & 8th December 2017 900