Winning the War for Profit: Developing Leaders Where It Really Matters

Event Details

  • DateThu 24 September 2020
  • Time10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
  • VenueOnline
  • LocationOnline event Fremont National 9453
  • TypeNetworking
  • Ticket$$145 per person
  • Table$Price for a table per table (seats Normally between 8-12)
  • ContactTrainHR
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Overview: If you could improve the profitability of your organization by 48%, would you do that? Organizations focus their leadership development efforts on upper management, but in fact, focusing on the front-line supervisor is more effective in elevating organizational performance. Organizations fail to properly prepare, select, train, and support first-line supervisors and consequently miss out on the benefits of engaged employees and high-performance teams. In this webinar, we'll discuss why developing leadership on the front-line leads to a better bottom line. Why you should Attend: We've all heard the adage, "People don't leave their jobs; they leave their managers." There's a lot of truth in that statement. What are you doing about it? Areas Covered in the Session: The importance of the first-line supervisor The critical competencies for successful first-line supervisors Leadership development structure for preparing, selecting, training and supporting the first line supervisor The 6 C’s critical to supervisory success Organizational factors needed to support successful first-line leaders Who Will Benefit: Business owners CEO COO VP HR Director HR HR Manager Training Manager Instructor: Penny D.Miller entered the HR field when she joined the Air Force after college with a degree in Biology from Purdue University. She received a masters degree in Management while stationed in the United Kingdom. Her final assignment was at Sheppard Air Force Base in Wichita Falls, TX, where she had responsibility for the HR functions for 12,000 employees, military and civilian, as well as approximately 40,000 students who attend technical training at the base annually.