Guide for First-Time Supervisors
As a new supervisor, there are additional demands put upon you that are unrelated to your skills in your particular field. Suddenly you’ve gone from working in a group to supervising others (perhaps including former peers), and ultimately being held accountable for your team’s performance. This class will present, and allow you to practice, techniques that address the common concerns of new supervisors. The tools you will learn will ease this transition, addressing top challenges such as learning to delegate while ensuring that the task gets done correctly, providing both positive and negative feedback, establishing trust, energizing staff, setting goals and having productive meetings. This three-hour class will help you own your new role of supervisor, while interaction with people in similar situations will leave you better prepared and more confident to master the challenges of your new role.
Please note this class has a snow date of 12/13/2017. If we have to cancel this class due to inclement weather it will be moved to this date but it will not necessarily be held at the same location.
Audience: Anyone new to the supervisory role
Date: December 06th, 2017
Location: Children's Literacy Initiative
Address: 2314 Market St.
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Tracy Murray Moore is an HR consultant as well as a corporate trainer and certified life coach. Her consultancy is informed by years as a human resources executive for numerous companies and nonprofits, from the American Red Cross, American Friends Service Committee, to Siemens Water Technologies and NJ Manufacturers Insurance Co. She is also a corporate trainer for Rowan College at Gloucester County Workforce & Professional Development Institute. She earned a BS in Human Resources Management and an MS in General Management/Health Administration from the University of Maryland, University College.