Acquiring this transferable business skill will give you the ability to always:
- Approach a supervisory role systematically and confidently by knowing the requirements for success
- Analyse a situation systematically using a proven management technique to identify who and what is affected by it
- Use the 4-step technique to establish rapport with people for effective communication and team building
- Learn by example by examining a number of challenging situations and supervisory case studies
- Choose your leadership style based on your management needs and the individual’s capability using an established management theory
- Use a framework designed to facilitate counselling and coaching using a variety of interventions
- Carry out performance appraisals and provide support and mentoring using a systematic approach to motivate team members
Making the move to a supervisory role can be demanding and somewhat daunting. For most people, the required skills for supervising others do not come naturally which means they need to learn and apply this new skill systematically.
In addition, many of those people who find themselves in a position where they are responsible in tasking others, don’t realise they are now in a supervisory role. Without formal training, most people would simply copy their own managers and supervisors and if these managers are poor at interpersonal skills, the new supervisors will end up with a lot of bad habits that they could do without.
Research shows that such frameworks are essential because many people who are new to supervisory roles are simply unaware of alternative management methods that can be used in different situations and wrongly choose an ineffective style of leadership.
Senior and Junior Partners
Duration / Time / CPD Points
One Day / 8.30am until 1.30pm / 5.5 CPD Points
SRA Competency: A2(1)
£996.00 per delegate (price includes VAT / Refreshments / Lunch and Personal Workbook) – limited to 12 delegates
Five Chancery Lane, London, WC2A 1LG