PCC Professional Development and Training's new Supervision series offers three 4-hr courses over three weeks with Instructor Carolyn Waterfall via Zoom. Practice Leadership Skills, Delegating and Coaching - and receive a discount for registering for the full series. To learn more, find the link at the bottom of this blog.Supervisory skills are not innate, and great leaders can fall short if they lack one or more of the following qualities. Our unique program is currently offered via Zoom for the first time as the college responds responsibility to the COVID-19 pandemic - so you can still explore and master new subjects - from the comfort and safe social-distancing of your own home.
The supervision series combines three classes to offer a foundation for skills that are always needed - but rarely developed with intentionality. The program focuses on interpersonal skills, emphasizes communication abilities and works to management skills in; managing people, dealing with complaints, delegating effectively, implementing change and coaching for improved performance.
You have the power to turn on or turn off the productivity of the people who report to you. This course will give you the skills in communication, coaching, and conflict that you need to be successful.
This workshop will explore many facets of delegation. We will examine the delegation process step by step, including when to delegate and to whom, and learn techniques to overcome problems.
Develops a partnership with participants employees that includes providing support as well as challenging opportunities. Learn the differences between advising, mentoring and coaching, and when employees can benefit from each.
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To learn the essentials of becoming a great supervisor, check out Professional Development programming at Portland Community College and enroll today!