The following programs are created as concentrated learning on each of these topics. Each topic has been designed in 15 to 20 minute modules to allow you to fit the learning into your busy lifestyle. You can start at any point, review, and return to any point to continue. You have access to the material for 12 full months, and once you complete the test at the end of the program you may print out your Certification of Completion.
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Managing, supervising – you could be the world’s greatest supervisor if only your employees would co-operate. There’s nothing more challenging than trying to achieve your goals through others. You have to be a manager, a psychologist and a den leader all in one. Now, effective leadership is within your reach with this step-by-step interactive media course. Learn how to inspire others to perform with pride. Understand techniques to delegate effectively and get people to take ownership of their jobs.
Build morale and productivity through engaged leadership. Your managers will learn to build supervisory skills that maintain discipline and command respect, without creating resentment. This course will help your managers recognize their management strengths and weaknesses, and will provide a benchmark for their improvement.
This program gives new supervisors the tools and experiences to start on the right track and provides existing supervisors with practical and proven strategies for success.
Discover the critical success factors supervisors need to create a positive, powerful, motivating environment for employees. With Excellence in Supervision, supervisors can quickly learn and immediately apply the people skills needed to succeed.
In pre-training assessments, WATMEC establishes measurable learning outcomes, to ensure the ‘right fit’. For example, while e-learning is ideal for knowledge transfer, there are skill-building limitations. E-learning will help you write better presentations and learn the correct way to deliver presentations. But to improve presentation skills, you need to make presentations in a classroom, in order to receive feedback from the facilitator and group.
It’s Free: each month, you’ll read about the latest industry trends, advice and more with WATMEC’s Management Minute.
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