Upon completion of this course, you will be able to recognize how your own attitudes and actions affect others; find new and effective techniques for dealing with difficult people; be familiar with some techniques for managing and dealing with anger; and develop coping strategies for dealing with difficult people and difficult situations.
In this course, you will learn how to prepare for meetings, develop agendas, lead a meeting, differentiate between process and content, use facilitation skills in a meeting, and manage difficult participants.
This course will help you overcome many of the problems that you will encounter as a workplace leader. Topics include transitioning to a supervisory role, attitudes to cultivate, setting goals, personal productivity, communication skills, feedback techniques, conflict resolution, managing difficult conversations, and establishing credibility.
Upon completion of the Leadership Skills for Supervisors course, you should be familiar with methods for prioritizing, planning and managing your time, you should be able to identify your primary leadership style and other styles, you should be aware of ways to meet the needs of employees through communication and coaching, and how to manage conflict.