Imagine all potential you could unlock by learning to:
What you learn in your
Supervisory Leadership Course
Supervisory Leadership Training is for you if:
For most supervisors, the hardest part of the course is learning to schedule their time and to give themselves permission to do the course - at work. Their bosses give them the time and their team members respect the close door while they work on the course, but they themselves don't believe they can take the time. Fortunately this is all addressed as part of the course. You learn to schedule and stick to your decision as part of the course content and coaching sessions.
Although I can't answer this question completely, I do know that as you learn to chunk, schedule and take control of the areas of your supervisor position that you have not yet been using, you will find you have a lot more energy. You will also learn to start paying attention to your own self-care requirements. And it is energizing to be part of the group sessions. People often say they are inspired by the group.
You receive regular updates, feedback and reminders throughout the course via email. And if you are feeling a lag or drop in the course, remember that you can access your instructor/coach and get some tips!
It is easy enough for people who are new to the concepts to absorb and apply and challenging enough for people who are more advanced to take the concepts to he next level.
This is not school. It is about you finding your manager groove, unlocking the keys to your potential and choosing work goals that make your job more enjoyable and your leadership more effective.
a. Pay for it now and submit for reimbursement later
b. Send this link to your employer and request payment.
Most employers have between $1,200-$3,000 allocated for professional development and training per employee at the management levels.
We have a help desk, where you can submit a ticket, and an instructor you can access via email or phone.
This course is in plain English at about a Canadian Benchmark Level 5-7 which is the basic English level required by most employers. If you are already employed, you likely have the necessary English skills. If you aren't sure, take one of the online English assessments to find out what your reading, writing, listening and speaking levels are.
Marie Gervais or your instructor/coach
If you are an individual, only you and your instructor/coach see the inventories and goals. If you are part of a group from your company, the employer receives a copy of all goals and inventories at the end of the course.
We do everything we can to help you be successful in this course and stay in touch with you regularly so you can discuss any obstacles. If you had a serious illness or death in the family, you can come back into the course at a later date and attend the live sessions with a different group. But if you don't finish the course, you cannot receive the certificate.
Usually you can arrange the course schedule on your own time should that happen. If you miss one live session, you can watch the recording for a limited period of time. If you miss more than one live session or any of the rest of the course requirements, you cannot receive your certificate.
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