|Dates Offered||Time||Location||Target Audience|
|March 22, 2023||9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.||In-Person Class|
Link in the Loop Building
L&D Training Room (RM 301)
621 N. Skinker Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63130
|All WashU Managers (with at least one staff direct report)|
An important note: This class session is being offered in-person at the Link in the Loop Building. If you’re interested in virtual learning opportunities, please browse our course schedule for other sessions.
Successful supervisors are able to maintain and enhance the self-esteem of their team members. This is one of the most valuable skills a supervisor can have. It is the ability to provide direction, communicate effectively, coach people, evaluate performance, correct work habits, deal with complaints, and resolve conflicts while supporting a team member’s sense of self-respect and dignity.
While managing others isn’t always easy, it doesn’t have to lead to discouragement. Your success as a supervisor is measured in terms of the way your employees perform. You have to make sure that the work gets done, costs are controlled, employees work as a team, and upper management is satisfied.
This workshop for supervisors is designed to strengthen current supervisory skills by helping participants overcome many of the supervisory challenges they may encounter as a leader. The participants will grow their understanding of responsible leadership and high performance leadership of teams as we explore the basic skills needed to effectively manage a workgroup.
Participants will learn to:
- Identify effective supervisory skills
- Manage employees effectively and develop good relationships with them
- Promote employee high-performance
- Set and achieve goals and objectives for their employees
- Project a competent, confident and professional image
Audience: Washington University Directors, Managers, Supervisors. Must have at least one direct report that is a WashU employee (not students).
Competencies: Inclusive Leadership; Coaching; Impacting/influencing others; Developing others; Inspiring Others
Carla D. Bailey
Sr. Manager, Learning and Organizational Development
An important note: This session is being held in-person at the Link in the Loop building.
Contact Katie Nolen
All programs are subject to change.