University Short Courses

Smart Skills for Supervisors

University Short Course

Smart Skills for Supervisors

Fee: R7850.00

Relevant fields of study: Clothing and Textiles,Management Development Programme

Offered by: Technology Station Clothing & Textiles

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Ms. Karin Van Wyk, Email:, Telephone: 021 959 6075
Newly promoted or aspiring supervisors or supervisors who have many years of technical experience but have not yet mastered the people handling skills required to deal effectively with the challenges facing them on a daily basis.
This 7 day ( one day per week) supervisory course explores topics critical to developing effective supervisory skills such as motivation, team development, interpersonal and communication skills and performance management skills —everything you need to manage people effectively. Participants learn the difference between managing and leading, how to deal with daily production challenges , what it means to prioritize effectively, communicate professionally, and motivate their team. They also develop skills on how to provide feedback, resolve conflict, solve problems, and help their teams flourish.
The role of the team leader in a successful business
Understanding myself and others.
Effective leadership and working with teams
Communication and assertiveness
Problem Solving and decision making
Motivating individuals and teams
Taking Disciplinary Action
Technology Station Clothing & Textiles

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Important dates and times
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Application Deadline: 2021-02-11

Course offered at: Bellville
Course lasts for: 7 Tuesdays
Class times are: 8h30-16h30

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