Stepping Up, Participant Workbook: A Road Map for New Supervisors

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If you are a first-time or an aspiring supervisor, the Stepping Up Participant Workbook will give you an accurate, real-life picture of what it means to be a supervisor. Stepping Up clearly explains the expectations for the position, the skills and knowledge you will need to be an effective supervisor, and offers a path to follow in order to successfully supervise others.

The Stepping Up Participant Workbook is a dynamic step-by-step series of learning strategies. Once you complete the Stepping Up workshop, you will be able to:

  • Understand the role of supervisor.
  • Effectively deal with the challenges that new supervisors face.
  • Implement the steps needed to get started as a new supervisor.
  • Apply the principles to build credibility as a supervisor.
  • Employ performance components when supervising.
  • Prepare a personalized road map to develop your supervisory knowledge and skills.

The Stepping Up Participant Workbook is your key to realizing your full potential.

 

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About the author (2007)

Miki Lane is the founder of MVM Communications and a specialist in human performance improvement and instructional technology.

Wendy Shanken is a senior management consultant and trainer in multicultural communications and supervision.

Marilynne Malkin is a senior performance consultant for MVM Communications with years of experience managing and designing training projects.

Dennis Cavendish is a contractual writer who draws on his experience both as professional editor and writer in the area of business management.

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