Tomorrow! 11 Strategies For Training Your New Supervisors

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Tomorrow! 11 Strategies For Training Your New Supervisors

  1. 1. You've just hired (or promoted) a brand-new front-line supervisor in your workplace. Once the "Congratulations!" cake has disappeared from the break room, however, prepare yourself: The real work now begins. It's your job - as both an employer and an HR professional - to turn that raw recruit into a well-prepared manager. How can you teach new supervisors to give directions, instead of following them? Will they succeed in coaching, motivating, and even disciplining employees who were once their peers (and still their friends)? Can they focus on the bigger management picture, rather than simply doing their work and going home at night? What legal mistakes could they make that will cost you big bucks and lots of embarrassment? If your newest supervisors don't work out, the results can be very damaging. Forty percent of employees in a nationwide 2007 survey said they work for bad bosses - and many of those workers won't stick around waiting for your brand-new managers to improve on the job! Bring your new supervisors along on March 11 for this 90-minute audio conference that's designed specifically to assist employees who are just breaking into your management ranks. Our experts
  2. 2. will share 11 proven strategies for helping them get started on the right foot - from learning how to command respect immediately and delegate tasks effectively to administering discipline properly and avoiding common but costly legal mistakes that can trip up even their experienced peers. YOU'LL LEARN: * What steps newly minted supervisors should take - on their first day, in the first week, and during the first month - to position themselves for success * The biggest management mistake many first-time supervisors make - and how your new leaders can avoid repeating it * How your new managers can smoothly make the transition from peer to boss * The most common legal errors that new supervisors make (from unknowingly discriminating against employees to giving out the wrong information about FMLA leave), and how to prevent them * How you can train your new managers to document issues with employees and administer discipline effectively, so they can correct
  3. 3. workers without making things worse * Which techniques are most effective for new supervisors to deliver constructive feedback to their workers without demoralizing them * Why good employees sometimes quit - and how your new front-line managers can help retain those workers Tuesday, March 11, 2008 1:30 to 3:00 p.m. Eastern 12:30 to 2:00 p.m. Central 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Mountain 10:30 a.m. to noon Pacific ABOUT YOUR SPEAKERS: Kyle Ferachi, Esq., is an associate at the Baton Rouge, Louisiana office of the law firm McGlinchey Stafford, PLLC. He advises clients on how to build successful and constructive employee relations in almost every aspect of labor and employment law, ranging from regulatory compliance and union organizing to employee benefits compliance and employment practices. Ferachi has also defended employers in state and federal courts and before agencies ranging from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the
  4. 4. U.S. Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs to the National Labor Relations Board. He earned his law degree at Louisiana State University. Amanda S. Stout, Esq., is an associate at the Baton Rouge, Louisiana office of the law firm McGlinchey Stafford, PLLC. She defends public and private employers against workplace claims and litigation ranging from discrimination and harassment matters to noncompete agreements. Stout also works with clients to prevent employment claims by drafting policy manuals, conducting training seminars for managers and employees, and advising clients on employment decisions such as hiring and firing. She earned her law degree at Louisiana State University. HOW DO AUDIOCONFERENCES WORK? An audio conference is remarkably cost-effective and convenient. You participate from your office, using a regular telephone. You have no travel costs and no out-of-office time. Plus, for one low price you can get as many people in your office to participate as you can fit around a speakerphone. Because the conference is live, you can ask the speakers questions - either on the phone or via e-mail.
  5. 5. With your registration, you also receive conference materials, with additional practical information from Business & Legal Reports, sent to you via e-mail shortly before the conference. UNLIMITED LISTENERS PER PHONE LINE! Invite your colleagues to join you around a speakerphone and share the benefits of this information-packed audio conference. Your cost per listener drops drastically with each additional listener. WHY YOU CAN SIGN UP WITH CONFIDENCE TO ATTEND THIS EVENT As with all Business & Legal Reports products, you're completely protected. If, for any reason, you are unsatisfied with this audio conference, simply let us know, and we will return your entire registration fee. ___________________________________________________________________ "Suddenly a Supervisor: 11 Practical Training and Development Tips for Brand-New Frontline Managers"
  6. 6. With your registration, you also receive conference materials, with additional practical information from Business & Legal Reports, sent to you via e-mail shortly before the conference. UNLIMITED LISTENERS PER PHONE LINE! Invite your colleagues to join you around a speakerphone and share the benefits of this information-packed audio conference. Your cost per listener drops drastically with each additional listener. WHY YOU CAN SIGN UP WITH CONFIDENCE TO ATTEND THIS EVENT As with all Business & Legal Reports products, you're completely protected. If, for any reason, you are unsatisfied with this audio conference, simply let us know, and we will return your entire registration fee. ___________________________________________________________________ "Suddenly a Supervisor: 11 Practical Training and Development Tips for Brand-New Frontline Managers"

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