Leading and Motivating Employees
Designed for those in a supervisory role, this seminar focuses on leadership as a means to effect change and accomplish desired results.
What you can learn.
- Discover your own communication style and how it affects others
- Explore the different ways people approach work and are motivated to achieve
- Examine methods to motivate others
About this course:All supervisors and managers--especially those newly responsible for directing the work of others--can become change agents if they understand the role of the "leader." To develop this understanding, you must start with an awareness of your own communication style and how it affects others, as well as develop an appreciation for the different ways people approach work and are motivated to achieve. This seminar focuses on leading as a means to affect change and accomplish desired results. Participants learn to assess and understand their individual styles and behaviors and then analyze how these attributes can be harnessed in a leadership role.The seminar also examines powerful methods for motivating employees.
Fall 2019 Schedule
These courses meet in person and make use of an online presence to varying degrees.
Enrollment limited; early enrollment advised.