With the recent and sudden changes in our community, business owners are left short-handed, understaffed, and panicked with the lack of manpower. With this change, employees are left to juggle or take on new responsibilities. More than ever, businesses are in need of strong, motivated individuals and with the proper skills and trainings, you can groom every employee into a successful leader.
The Saipan Chamber of Commerce and Island Training Solutions proudly present “Supervisor Bootcamp,” a two-part training seminar that teaches supervisors and team leaders the essential skills to lead others in the workplace. Effective supervisors can make a difference between success and failure of a company. Training your supervisors allows you to instill your company mission and values in your leaders, who pass them on to the front-line workers. Take advantage of this opportunity to train your new supervisors and sharpen the skills of your experienced ones!
In part one of this course, participants will learn how to embrace their new role and assert leadership, how to communicate effectively, and how to identify and manage problems by using a step-by-step process. In part two, participants will learn how to amplify strengths in each team member to maximize overall success, how to empower and motivate others, and how to manage diversity in the workplace.
The Supervisor Boot Camp will take place at the Saipan Chamber of Commerce Conference Room on the 3rd Floor of Marianas Business Plaza, Suite #315. Part I is set for Thursday, July 21, 2016, and Part II is set for Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016. Each course is $45 per person for members and $50 per person for non-members. Sign up for both courses and get the price of $80 (member fee) or $90 (non-member fee).
Participants will walk away with knowledge and tools that can be implemented immediately. There is no better time than now to invest in your employees! Take advantage of our special offer by signing up for both courses. Seats are limited. For more information or to register please call (670) 234-7150 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.