Tuition:        $675.00 in advance, $700.00 if invoiced
Date:             February 3-5, 2020
  Albuquerque, NM

Class Status: Cancelled due to too low pre-registration level

The role of the manager or supervisor differs in several ways from the role of the employees they supervise.  One of the most important differences is that a supervisor accomplishes the tasks of the work unit by getting things done through and with other people, i.e., delegating.  The manager must be a leader of their group. But effective leadership involves much more than just being appointed the “boss” of a work group.  This seminar is designed to help managers and supervisors develop their skills in order to become more effective leaders.

Topics discussed include:

What Constitutes Leadership
Developing an Effective Group
Determining the Best Style for You
A Situational Approach to Leadership
Dealing with Conflict in the Work Group
Power and Influence
Styles of Leadership
Motivating the Work Group
Understanding How Groups Work
Delegation and Supervision

Hotel Information: meeting location and sleeping rooms –
Courtyard Albuquerque Airport, 1920 Yale Blvd. SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106; telephone 505-843-6600; ask for government room rate, currently $96.00 per night. This location is the training location. Sleeping rooms are available as well. The Albuquerque International Airport is approximately 1 mile from this facility, and shuttle service is available.