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  1. 201 Communication Skills for Effective Supervision

    May 27, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ We are offering another class at this location on May 28, 2015.

    201 Communication Skills for Effective Supervision applies toward the KAC Effective Supervisory Skills certificate and Roads Scholar II programming. Would it surprise you to learn that up to 80 percent of a supervisor’s time can be taken up with communication? Most of us have a blind spot when it comes to communication. Because we’ve been communicating all our lives – and probably talking more than listening – we assume we’re good communicators. But effective communication requires much skill and understanding, and is rarely achieved without deliberate effort to learn and practice. This workshop focuses on how a supervisor sends and receives messages so as to sustain productivity and preserve workplace relationships. Learning objectives include: • Expand awareness of your communication style using Myer/Briggs Type Indicator • Learn when, what and how effective supervisors communicate • Acquire practical skills for becoming a better listener

  2. 202 Managing Employees Performance

    May 28, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ We are offering another class at this location on May 27, 2015.

    What motivates employees to work? What makes them willing to expend energy to do a good job? Answers to these questions are fundamental to a supervisor’s success. Nearly all theories of motivation are based on the notion that motivation comes from within the individual employee. No one, including supervisors, can impose motivation on an employee to perform a job well. Nonetheless, we believe supervisors, by virtue of the organizational authority, have significant influence over the motivation and skill that employees bring to the job.

Kansas County Government Institute Calendar

  1. 201 Communication Skills for Effective Supervision

    May 27, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ We are offering another class at this location on May 28, 2015.

    201 Communication Skills for Effective Supervision applies toward the KAC Effective Supervisory Skills certificate and Roads Scholar II programming. Would it surprise you to learn that up to 80 percent of a supervisor’s time can be taken up with communication? Most of us have a blind spot when it comes to communication. Because we’ve been communicating all our lives – and probably talking more than listening – we assume we’re good communicators. But effective communication requires much skill and understanding, and is rarely achieved without deliberate effort to learn and practice. This workshop focuses on how a supervisor sends and receives messages so as to sustain productivity and preserve workplace relationships. Learning objectives include: • Expand awareness of your communication style using Myer/Briggs Type Indicator • Learn when, what and how effective supervisors communicate • Acquire practical skills for becoming a better listener

  2. 202 Managing Employees Performance

    May 28, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ We are offering another class at this location on May 27, 2015.

    What motivates employees to work? What makes them willing to expend energy to do a good job? Answers to these questions are fundamental to a supervisor’s success. Nearly all theories of motivation are based on the notion that motivation comes from within the individual employee. No one, including supervisors, can impose motivation on an employee to perform a job well. Nonetheless, we believe supervisors, by virtue of the organizational authority, have significant influence over the motivation and skill that employees bring to the job.