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Developing the Skillful Supervisor 2014-2015: Applications Due Sept. 15!

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Category: Professional Development

Published: 2014-09-12 00:00:01.000

<i>Developing the Skillful Supervisor</i> (DSS) is an interactive, cohort program designed with the new supervisor, and those preparing to move into a supervisory role, in mind. This program will focus on developing the skills needed to make the transition into new management roles and responsibilities. Specifically, the program has four goals for participants: understand your new role--from your perspective and that of your manager and your staff; make a successful transition from being a member of a department or team to providing supervision to a department or team; establish a presence and build credibility as a new supervisor; facilitate networking among managers in order to share ideas, solve problems, and provide support to one another.

DSS is open to any MC employee, especially those who are preparing to move into supervision within the next 6-12 months, or those will less than one year of formal supervisory experience. This program also creates a solid foundation for those planning to attend the MC Management cohort program at a later date. Employees who supervise student employees are also encouraged to attend.

<b>Sessions:</b> (all classes are on Wednesdays at 8:45 a.m. - 4:15 p.m. in 40 West Gude, Room 115)

<b>Oct. 1, 2014</b>
Orientation: Resources, Responsibilities, and Rewards of Supervision

<b>Oct. 15, 2014</b>
Introduction to Supervision

<b>Nov. 5, 2014 </b>
Writing Skills for Managers

<b>Dec. 3, 2014</b>
Communication Style/Communicating Expectations

<b>Jan. 28, 2015</b>
Time Management: Managing Multiple Priorities

<b>Feb. 4, 2015</b>
How to Work with Challenging Behaviors and Situations

<b>Mar. 4, 2015</b>
Skillful Thinking and Problem Solving

<b>Apr. 1, 2015 </b>
Check Yourself: Looking Inside Out

<b>Apr. 22, 2015 </b>
Make-up Date for any classes missed

<b>May 6, 2015 </b>
Transition to Supervision and Closing

<b>To apply, please log into MC Learns at</b>,
then click "Program Applications." When you enroll, the application will be available as an attachment.

Please contact <i><b>Sharon Dyson</i></b> at x4269 for more information.

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