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Supervisor Essentials

Supervisor Essentials

Theme One: Fostering a Fair and Ethical Work Environment

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This is your chance to have a subject matter expert walk you through the process, give you access to the tool you need, help you identify common pitfalls, and provide you with helpful tips and key contacts if you have questions.

Key Takeaways:

  • Manage absences effectively
  • Job descriptions and Compensation basics
  • Recognition
  • Onboarding tools
  • Disciplinary Action and Faculty and Staff Assistance Program 
                           Next session February 11th 8:15 AM - 5:00 PM

                       Register for Supervisor Essentials Theme One

Have a question? Give us a call! 304-293-7217.

Supervisor Essentials

Theme Two: Managing Performance: Concept, Practices and Strengths

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Essential for all supervisors this all-day training will cover important important topics that are transactional in nature and is recommended for all new supervisors. Offered only twice a year, subject matter experts who can walk you through processes, share the tools you need, help you identify common pitfalls, and provide you with a crucial information sheet including key contacts for questions you may have after training.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Employee Code of Conduct: Implementation is Key
  • Understanding Title IX and Hostile Work Environment Reporting
  • Fit for Duty: Warning Signs of Substance Abuse in the Workplace
  • Understanding Our Culture at WVU
  • How Conflict Resolution Works!
  • Individual Development Plan: Employee’s Pathway to Success
                           Next session is March 26th, 8:15 AM - 5:00 PM

                        Register for Supervisor Essentials Theme Two

Have a question? Give us a call! 304-293-7217.

Supervisor Essentials

Theme Three: Creating a Collaborative Culture

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You can enhance your employee’s collaboration through a commitment to recognizing, respecting and appreciating diversity.  In this full day of workshops, SMEs will provide information on consistent practices of addressing implicit bias through self-reflection. 

Every Mountaineer should strive to learn more about individual differences and collaborative spirit.

Topics included are:

  • Perceived Favoritism: Working through it?
  • Encouraging Individuals Development Plans
  • Implicit Bias:  How does it occur?
  • American Disabilities Act:  What are the guidelines?
  • Upward Feedback: How to accept it?
  • How to motivate our Multi-generational workforce?
                       Next session is on Dec 3rd, 8:15 AM - 4:30 PM
                    Register for Supervisor Essentials Theme Three
Have a question? Give us a call! 304-293-7217.
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