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Leadership Training: Module 4
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 Export to Your Calendar 4/5/2017 to 4/6/2017
When: April 5-6, 2017
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Kandiyohi Power
8605 47th St. NE
Spicer, Minnesota  56288
United States
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LEADERSHIP TRAINING - MODULE 4: THE LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES OF SUPERVISION

Effective supervision has a profound positive impact on the supervisor, the employees, and the business as well as organizational strategy, customers, and the bottom line. The transition from employee to supervisor requires building credibility, commitment, and new kinds of relationships. As supervisors, individuals are only as successful as those they supervise and therefore must provide support to those for whom they are responsible.

  • The Hallmarks of Supervisory Success Explore three critical hallmarks that will help you prepare to make the transition into management and balance the multiple elements of your job responsibilities.
  • Developing and Coaching Others Learn techniques for guiding and motivating others toward reaching higher levels of performance.
  • Correcting Performance Problems Address recurring or serious performance problems getting an individuals’ performance back on track and building motivation for improvement.
  • Strategic Planning and Thinking/Leading and Participating in Effective Meetings Understand your role in preparing your work group and your cooperative for the future. Strengthen your credibility as a leader through your contribution to meetings where work gets done and relationships are enhanced.

CERTIFICATION
The program certification includes seventeen (17) individual modules designed to be completed by attending four consecutive, two-day sessions. These sessions are offered once or twice each year (as necessary) over a two-year period. Because the modules need not be taken in sequence, a participant may stop or miss a session if an emergency prevents regular attendance, and re-enter when space in the program is available.  The Basic Principles: Building Trust Under Pressure is a per-requisite for all other modules. This is scheduled prior to some of the modules to allow new participants to begin the program. Subsequent modules may be taken in any sequence.


First timers must complete Basic Principles. Modules 1 - 4 may be taken in any order.


PRESENTATION & MATERIALS
Class size is limited to 20 people to provide maximum opportunity for participants to benefit from the instructor-led multimedia activities. Each participant receives a binder containing workbooks for each skill unit, including observation and planning.


INSTRUCTOR
Eloise Thorson, Customized Training Representative from Central Lakes College in Staples, has customized this series for electric cooperatives and has been teaching the course for MREA since 1996. Her expertise has resulted in over 200 co-op employees from over 30 cooperatives to become certified in leadership.

 


COST
MREA Education Member $549
Non-MREA Education Member $599


 

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