Course Description
In this introduction to the management process, emphasis will be placed on the planning and organizing functions of leadership in business. Participants will learn a model which can be applied to a wide range of supervisory responsibility. You will then practice setting objectives, developing strategies, establishing organizational structure, defining job qualifications, analyzing problems and making decisions.
Course Objectives
1. Understand where to focus your skills to gain better productivity from subordinates.
2. Review areas of concern for new supervisors such as motivation, conflict management, team building so that you can be more effective in their positions.
3. Review time management strategies so that you can use your time wisely to succeed.
4. Understand the role of the leader, and leaderships styles.
5. Recognize when to use different leadership styles to succeed in managing your team.
6. Look at problem solving strategies to create more innovative solutions to problem solving.

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Course Syllabus
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Other Information
This course is part of the Supervisory Management Certificate Series. You may register for the full series or for each class individually (links to the left).