Supervision – Leadership
Practical tools and the latest behavioral science to develop your abilities to get things done by effectively influencing others.
- Supervision Fundamentals familiarizes students with principles of management, personal communication and information processing styles to establish a solid foundation for getting things done through people.
- Leadership is for those who have supervised others three or more years. Topics cover motivational techniques, the of role power and authority, organizational structure, change, and personal strengths when leading.
As a leader within your organization, how will you develop and motivate your team, especially in today’s changing world?
This class explores how to use the strengths you already possess as a leader to continue to develop, motivate, and engage your team. We discuss how to assess your team’s performance, and how to determine team goals and expectations. The class concludes with adapting to and leading change. By the end of this course, you will have a deeper understanding and appreciation for the type leader you are, how to use your strengths in leading and motivating your team, planning and making decisions, and how to implement those changes properly to keep your organization relevant into today’s changing times.
Leadership is taught with a hybrid model, instructor led, lessons released each week, and interaction with other students. This course is appropriate for those who have been supervising others for at least three years.
- March 27 – April 17