New supervisory training in multiple formats for new managers
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"By the way, Dan, I love the vital skills supervisor training course we purchased. It is comprehensive and will be a great asset for our managers and supervisors who cannot attend on-site training!" ------

-- Eileen Crochiere, President
EAP Network, Inc Taunton, MA

  • Help supervisors and managers brush-up on key skills and learn new ones
  • From your website, training supervisors managers 24/7 "on the fly"
  • From your Web site, e-mail any course link to one manager who needs help, or every manager in your organization.
  • Train struggling managers with performance issues and problematic supervision styles
  • Reduce stress and fear among supervisors due to inadequate training  or inexperience, especially new supervisors
  • Improve employee productivity because of better trained supervisors
  • Train new supervisors faster--get them up to speed and meet your training goals fast
  • Improve your HR skills and ability to coach supervisors—and improve your value as an internal consultant with the supervisor training knowledge packed into these modules
  • Reduce risk of employment practices liability from the missteps and ignorance characteristic of many managers, especially new managers
  • Improve your EAP, HR department, or other department's ability to help managers by broadening the scope of services and education you offer
  • Improve the productivity of supervisors and managers
  • Experience fewer headaches from grievances and complaints that employees bring to top management or the human resources office due to their problematic relationships with supervisors
  • Encourage new supervisory skill development and reduced risk of employment claims, wrongful termination, and wrongful discipline
  • Improve your managers' ability to act earlier when problems emerge, consult properly with your department or EAP, and keep top management informed of critical issues
  • Demonstrate that your managers were trained and that your organization exercised responsibility for training supervisors to reduce legal claims and charges of wrongdoing in the treatment of employees.