Frontline Supervisor Training

Providing the Basic Skill Sets for the New Supervisor/Manager

A Workplace Development Training Program created specifically for the successful transition from Core Employee to an effective and efficient new Supervisor/Manager.

Frontline supervisor preparing for training.

The Difficult Transition from Core Employee to Team Leader

Organizations know new Supervisors/Managers are the key to improved organizational performance and results. However, most organizations fail to provide new Supervisors/Managers with the workplace development training they need to be successful as they make the difficult transition from a Core Employee to manager/leader. Instead, the organization assumes, because the Core Employee deserved to be promoted, they are prepared to manage and lead a team. However, over 50 percent of new supervisors/managers struggle to meet expectations.  This struggle destroys the morale of High Performance Teams, costs the organizations tens of thousands of dollars in lost performance and profit and turns a high performing Core Employee into a stressed out, ineffective manager/leader.

The Necessity of Transitional Workplace Development Training

The reality is Core Employees may have the attitude and commitment to become great Managers/Team Leaders, but they have not been given the transitional workplace development training necessary to make that attitude/commitment a functioning reality.

 

Rather than throw new Supervisors/Managers Team into the deep end of the pool and hope they can swim, we suggest a more enlightened and profitable approach:

 

Our Workplace Development Training Program provides new Supervisors/Managers with the 5 Basic Skill Sets they need to succeed in their new role.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trained frontline supervisor staying grounded in rapidly changing world.

Here are the 5 Basic Skill Sets a new Supervisor/Manager needs to successfully transition from Core Employee to successful Supervisor/Manager:

1

How to Effectively Communicate in the Chaos of the Workplace.

2

How to Resolve Conflict Without Punching Someone Out.

3

How to Generate Employee Engagement, Commitment, & Productivity.

4

How to Get the Right Things Accomplished.

5

How to Improve Decision Making & Problem Solving.

After the initial Workplace Development Training Program, we stay in weekly contact with the new Supervisor/Manager for three months, assisting them as they implement their new Skill Sets and make their Teams more effective, more efficient, more productive, and more profitable under their leadership.

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