Essentials for Effective Staff Supervision, Development, and Training
Attracting, developing, and retaining staff isn’t an “HR responsibility.” You, the supervisor (or ED, or manager) have a central role in establishing that you have the right person doing the right work and having the right developmental experiences, now and in the future.
What do you do well and consistently as a supervisor? What haven’t you considered? What would be most valued by your employees — and your organization?
If you want to be known as a cultivator of human potential, someone who can attract and retain talent, sign up and learn more about …
• How adults learn and develop best?
• Effective work-place development opportunities and progressions (multiple intelligences, experience-driven learning)
• Embracing the skills of mentoring and coaching
• The importance of the emotionally intelligent supervisor who provides a secure supervisory climate