>>View all 14 Skills at bitly.com/train-me - This New Supervisor Training PowerPoint helps new supervisors or seasoned supervisors who need additional help to lead employees better, reduce risk to the organization, reduce their stress, and accelerate their skills to improve productivity, reduce conflicts, reduce grievances, and increase workplace harmony. It's all about relationships with supervisors....and it's all about leadership in those relationships, but you can't count on supervisory staff knowing what to say, how to say it, what to do, and how to do it. This program does that. It is stuffed with a zillion tips and we cut out all the fluff. You get all meat and potatoes, now hot air. We created this program to take any supervisor and in two hours pack their brain with skills and abilities like a sardine can---and then leave them with the ability to return to it 24 hours a day to get the answer to supervisory questions the need answered right now. This new supervisor training program goes the extra mail. It covers observing performance, documenting, confronting, communicating properly with upper management, reducing risk of violence in the workplace, doing investigations properly, praising and inspiring employees, and much more. Enjoy this skill #8 and feel free to remove the tags in it or edit the content to suit your purposes. New Supervisor Training PowerPoint help is now easily done. Please contact us if we can help you in anyway. Many other new supervisor training programs and courses are available. One of the most overlooked groups, with regards to training, is old supervisors. There are many new supervisor training programs, but few for seasoned supervisors. This can be a real disadvantage for a business and also for the experienced supervisor. The business world is constantly changing and everyone old and new needs to keep up with their training. Sections of new supervisor training may be totally new to even a seasoned supervisor and they can benefit by learning these new skills. Technology has made so many improvements in how we work and how we supervise that it is imperative that all supervisors are trained in these techniques. Laws and regulations are also constantly changing and sometimes old supervisors get lost in the past and training can help to bring them up to speed with the way laws and regulations are today. But nothing is more important the communication and relationship skills. These soft skills or rather a lack of them are what increase risk to organizations. With this new set of training courses both new supervisors and older supervisors will become champions of productivity.