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Leadership and Supervisory in Today’s World (Miller County) – March 2020
March 11 @ 8:00 am–March 12 @ 5:00 pmFree – $25.00
Most people equate leadership with a specific position or job title. But you need more then a title on the door to have followers.
True leadership is the ability to influence people to achieve a better result for an organization or group. The most effective leaders have a strong sense of self; they understand the qualities that make other people want to follow them, and they know how to adjust those qualities when circumstances require them to do so.
Whether you have been in a leadership position for awhile, new to the position or simply aspiring to influence others, this course is for you.
Learn the importance of knowing your own strengths and limitations; of
effectively communicating a positive, realistic vision; as well as the importance of motivating and inspiring followers to reach their potential.
This 2-day, fast paced course prepares you to be the new type of leader that today’s workplace demands.
Qualities and Skill Building for Supervisors – 2 Hours
Leadership Development Motivation and Retention – 2 Hours
Breaking the Communication Walls – 2 Hours
Competencies of the Correctional Leader – 2 Hours
Defining a Toxic Employee – 4 Hours
Understanding Styles and Personalities – 2 Hours
“Leadership” Without A Title- 2 Hours
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