University of Houston - Clear Lake
University of Houston - Clear Lake

Effective Application of Supervisory Techniques

Dates: April 5-26, 2019

Meets: F from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Location: Bayou TBD

Registration Fee: $850.00

Prerequisite for MLCP 102 thru MLCP 104

     A key to successful supervision resides in the ability of the supervisor to be able to lead, guide, grow, develop and support team members and the organization as a whole.
     This course focuses on the need of supervisors to possess, and use effectively, the wisdom that comes from self-awareness and the awareness of the needs of others. Participants will examine their personality preferences and learn about the preferences of others so that they may adapt and connect to an ever changing, challenging organizational landscape that is today's diverse workplace.
     Through the administration and use of DISC®, a Jungian based personality assessment tool, the course will enable and empower participants to positively and productively engage in the effective application of supervisory techniques and to discuss, share, and apply the course concepts to real world and relevant situations.

Target Areas of Knowledge

  • Supervisory awareness

  • Self-awareness as it relates to personality preferences

  • Understanding of the personality preferences of others

  • Managing today's workforce

  • How to align workflow and processes to match employee preferences

  • Adapting, connecting, and employee engagement strategies

  • Real world application of supervisory techniques


Who Should Attend

Aspiring or newly promoted supervisors, process and production supervisors, front-line supervisors, and experienced supervisors who wish to gain knowledge, information and resources to be an effective leader and supervisor in today's diverse work environment.

Key Learning Outcomes

  • Increased self-awareness of personality preferences

  • Increased awareness of the personality preferences of others

  • The ability to adapt and connect to the needs of others as it relates to leading, guiding, growing, developing and supporting team members

  • Supervisory tools and resources to empower personal and organizational effectiveness

  • Ability to apply course content to real world situations and scenarios, accelerating the effective application of course materials and resources


Notes:

You must attend both class meetings to complete the course.
Fee: $850.00
Hours:14.00
CEUs:1.40

Fee Breakdown

CategoryDescriptionAmount
Course Fee (Basic)Registration Fee$ 850.00
Course Fee (Alternate)second + registrant$ 750.00

Bayou TBD

Please park in Visitor Parking and follow directional signs within the Bayou building.

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Ron Klinger

Ron is the founder and president of Motivational Transitions, a company that conducts academic and career coaching for high school and college students and provides organizational consulting and staff training. Ron delivers staff training and development sessions for businesses, colleges and universities, and school districts. He has spoken at local, regional, and national conferences on Talent Management, Team and Organizational Effectiveness, Servant Leadership, Motivation, Goal Setting, and Quality Service. He is also a licensed practitioner for Insights Discovery™. Ron earned his bachelor’s degree in secondary education from Bowling Green State University, and his master’s degree in higher education administration from Texas A&M University. Ron’s sessions are interactive and dynamic, with high energy that will leave you inspired and motivated to take action towards producing desired results.
Date Day Time Location
04/05/2019Friday8 AM to 4 PM Bayou TBD
04/26/2019Friday8 AM to 4 PM Bayou TBD

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