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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Mar 01, 2013-
Mar 01, 2013
08:30AM - 10:30AM
Supervisory Training en Español
Spanish Supervisory Training
Marin,
Santa Rosa, CA
Event Description
Investing in your Bilingual Lead Personnel will have a significant impact on productivity. This one-day workshop focuses on effective communication and addresses how to set performance expectations, listen actively, communicate feedback, and provide constructive criticism. It is also designed with the goal of maximizing the transition of learning back into the workplace and helping Lead Personnel transition from an individual contributor to managing peers.
Workshop Objectives
  • Clarify the roles and responsibilities of a front-line supervisor or lead including differences between the two roles.
  • Provide skills practice in communication, conflict resolution, feedback, coaching, problem resolution, teamwork, and promoting accountability.
  • Bridge current cultural gaps to build a work environment that fosters mutual respect.
  • Provide effective methods for instructing, motivating, and improving the performance of employees.
  • Transition previous individual contributors to managing their peers.
  • Encourage open communications and dialogue.
Our Spanish workshop is conducted by a bilingual professional trainer who understands and honors the Hispanic culture as well as the needs and expectations of U.S. owned and operated businesses.
Fee: $575.00

Contact Information
Email: info@personnelperspective.com
Phone: 707-576-7653

 

 

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