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  1. 206 Providing Employee Safety

    April 22, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ 300 SW 8th Ave.

    This workshop applies toward completion of Level II Roads Scholar program. The impact of accidents, even non-injury accidents, on the county organization is always costly in both tangible and intangible ways and may include: high employee stress; medical bills, damage to equipment and vehicles, productivity declines and service delays, increases in insurance premiums and a decline in public confidence. The impact on an injured employee and his or her family may likely be even more costly. For these reasons, no responsibility of a supervisor is more important than protecting the health and safety of employees. This workshop focuses on affirmative measures that can be implemented by a supervisor to prevent and if necessary, respond to workplace accidents and injury.

  2. 200 Fundamentals of Supervision

    April 29, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ Coffey County Library, Burlington Branch
    410 Juniatta
    Burlington, KS 66839

    200 Fundamentals of Supervision applies toward the KAC Effective Supervisory Skills certificate and Roads Scholar II programming. Think back to your first days as a new supervisor. Whether that was weeks or years ago, you surely remember that moment when you realized the job was much harder than you had anticipated. This workshop offers a practical big picture look at the job of supervisor – what it is and what’s needed to be successful – with special emphasis on carrying out the tasks of supervision in a county government setting. Learning objectives include: • Examine the roles, responsibilities and tasks of the supervisor’s job • Learn your strengths and needed areas of improvement through a self-assessment of supervisory skills • Learn the most common mistakes made by a supervisor and how to correct them • Learn and apply local government ethical standards to situations that may present themselves

Kansas County Government Institute Calendar

  1. 206 Providing Employee Safety

    April 22, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ 300 SW 8th Ave.

    This workshop applies toward completion of Level II Roads Scholar program. The impact of accidents, even non-injury accidents, on the county organization is always costly in both tangible and intangible ways and may include: high employee stress; medical bills, damage to equipment and vehicles, productivity declines and service delays, increases in insurance premiums and a decline in public confidence. The impact on an injured employee and his or her family may likely be even more costly. For these reasons, no responsibility of a supervisor is more important than protecting the health and safety of employees. This workshop focuses on affirmative measures that can be implemented by a supervisor to prevent and if necessary, respond to workplace accidents and injury.

  2. 200 Fundamentals of Supervision

    April 29, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM @

    200 Fundamentals of Supervision applies toward the KAC Effective Supervisory Skills certificate and Roads Scholar II programming. Think back to your first days as a new supervisor. Whether that was weeks or years ago, you surely remember that moment when you realized the job was much harder than you had anticipated. This workshop offers a practical big picture look at the job of supervisor – what it is and what’s needed to be successful – with special emphasis on carrying out the tasks of supervision in a county government setting. Learning objectives include: • Examine the roles, responsibilities and tasks of the supervisor’s job • Learn your strengths and needed areas of improvement through a self-assessment of supervisory skills • Learn the most common mistakes made by a supervisor and how to correct them • Learn and apply local government ethical standards to situations that may present themselves