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Effective government managers need to supervise and lead to be successful. This course will develop your capacity to move employees from performance compliance to commitment for excellence. You will gain valuable insights into workplace motivation and employee engagement and adapt skills based on these insights into your leadership approach. This course can be combined with Supervisory Development I: Fundamentals for a two-week long that will integrate leadership with the nuts and bolts of supervision. When taken together, the weeks do not have to run consecutively.
New frontline supervisors and existing supervisors who have not yet completed formal leadership development. Frontline supervisors who want to refresh their understanding and refine their approach to leadership. Individuals with supervisory functions will also benefit from this course.
This course was previously titled Supervisory Development 2: Learning to Lead