What you will learn:
Learn the functions of the Supervisory role
Check to see if you have the Supervisory mindset
Reflect on where you need to set your personal and work boundaries
Learn tips for handling relationships with former co-workers
Learn ways to deal with passive-aggressive employee behavior that undermine your meetings and co-worker relationships
About the course
Very few new supervisors are prepared for the dynamics they find themselves in when they are promoted from worker to supervisor. While experience is a great teacher, there are some things that are helpful to learn before you learn the hard way. If you’re a new supervisor – or even an experienced one—this class is for you.
Basic / Intermediate / Advanced
Leaders, Business Owners, Managers and Supervisors, HR professionals, Administration ManagersMain objective:
Distinguish the role of Employee from that of Supervisor
About the instructor
Beth has a passion for developing people. She is an energetic lifelong learner, who delights in challenging others to realize their potential. Beth has been a tireless champion of others throughout careers in K-12 education and human resources. She now works with leaders who want to shake up business as usual by knowing more about their leadership styles, aligning their businesses to reflect their mission, vision, and values in everyday work, and expressing themselves clearly and powerfully.
Beth earned a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from the University of Kansas and a Juris Doctor from the University of Utah’s SJ Quinney College of Law. She is a member of the Utah State Bar, a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), and a certified coach through the International Coach Federation. Beth serves on various non-profit boards in the Salt Lake area and enjoys traveling, cooking, hiking, snowshoeing, and hanging out with friends.