If you want to get the most out of your organization’s leaders and potential leaders, you need to make sure that their skills are current.
What happens when you take your best production performers and suddenly put them in charge of a team? Two things usually happen right away – that leader has just lost the best production worker (because they were it!) AND they are faced with a new set of skills to master. How does the team react? What should the supervisor do next?
This high-participation five-session series will get you up to speed in the critical skills that supervisors need to succeed. Learn from fellow participants while improving their specific skills as a leader within your organization. Become more effective as a leader, get more done, and enjoy your job more!
“I have learned ways to better communicate and lead others. The hands-on and group activities made the class fun and very informative.”
– Corey Ruth, Garrety Glass, Inc.
“It has made me more confident in my role as a leader and given me valuable tools to continue to grow as a leader.”
– Josh Loose, Two Dudes Painting Company
Experienced supervisors, assistant supervisors, managers, those who are preparing for a promotion, and anybody who is tasked to lead a team will benefit from this course. This course will also benefit people who have been in supervisory positions and individuals looking to upgrade their supervisory skills.
Dave L. Wauls, CCE, Samaritan Business Consulting:
Since 2013, Dave has been a Management Consultant-Trainer with the Samaritan Business Consulting. He was previously a Senior Consultant of LMA Consulting Group. An experienced teacher, trainer and motivator, he came to the Lancaster area after being recruited as executive vice-president for the Lancaster Chamber of Commerce & Industry and serving as executive director of two other Pennsylvania Chambers of Commerce. He earned a Bachelor’s in Business Education from Bloomsburg University.
Price includes: various course materials, certificate of completion.
ABC Members may select the option to be invoiced. Non-members will need to please pay at time of registration either via credit card payment online or by calling Angela at the Chapter office: (717) 653-8106.
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