When: November 7, 2023
Time: 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
Where: Community Education Center (CEC)
Cost: $299 ($249 if registered by 10/24)
Lunch provided

Description: It is common to promote a high performing employee into a supervisory role. However, the best machine operator does not inherently translate to the best supervisor, which requires a different skill set. 60% of leaders report being promoted to supervisory roles with no training on how to be an effective leader. This lack of training can negatively affect the new supervisor, their team, and the company as a whole as they are set up to fail. Instead, provide essential skills to your supervisors to help them excel in their role. With proper resources and training, supervisors -both newly promoted and those in the role for years – can impact the organization on a profound level.

Skills Developed in this Course:
Mindset of Leaders
Effective Communication Skills
Active Listening
Dealing with Different Personalities
Leading by Example
About the Presenter:
Molly Reichard joined NWIRC in June 2016 as Training & Events Coordinator, and after 6 years, transitioned to Culture Development & Training Specialist. She leads employee development training geared for manufacturing companies across 13 counties of northwest and north central Pennsylvania during public sessions and onsite at their facilities. Molly is also the coordinator and facilitator for NWIRC’s Lean Together™ program.

Email rkeller@nwirc.org for additional information or questions.

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