Valuing diversity means being aware of, sensitive to, and appreciating differences of: age, gender, race, culture, physical abilities, sexual orientation and lifestyles.
Supervisory Certificate Program
How can a supervisor effectively support the career development of an employee? What can you do to manage your own career? In this course, learn about the changing world of work and careers. Explore methods of self-assessment, targeting the right job, creating opportunities, writing resumes and interviewing. A panel of supervisors will discuss the progress of their careers and what they look for when filling a position.
This course examines campus classification and compensation programs, policies and procedures. Via lecture, discussion and group exercises, this workshop will show how to best utilize the system. Discussions will include a review of policies and procedures for writing and updating job descriptions, requesting job classification reviews and structuring positions.
Successful supervisors have, by a combination of experience, skill, training and practice, developed strategies and methods to get the best out of themselves and their employees. Learn proven coaching techniques to solve workplace problems, improve performance and motivate employees.
Participants enhance their ability to deal positively and effectively with organizational change. Understanding the change cycle allows participants to utilize their inner resources to manage each stage. Course Objectives: At the end of the course, the participant will be able to: * Describe the cycles of change and how one is personally affected * Describe orally and/or in writing the principles of response vs.