Management & Leadership Seminars

Supervisory Skills Development Course

Course Objectives:

  • Identify the basic skills of the supervisor.
  • Gain communication skills with others.
  • Learn the principles of key management processes.
  • Knowledge of the skills of problem-solving and decision-making.
  • Identify the change management methods.

Axes of the session:

  • Successful management and supervision.
  • The skill of communication and understanding patterns of characters.
  • For planning and decision-making.
  • Tasks and Responsibilities of the Supervisor.
  • Evaluate the performance of subordinates and motivate them.
  • Define the objectives of the section which is supervised by.
  • Identify the needs of the section of the equipment and supplies.
  • Development and training of subordinates.
  • Communication and coordination with the concerned authorities and relevant.
  • Preparation and writing of reports and administrative correspondence.

Introduction in Supervision:

  • Basic skills of the supervisor.
  • Recipes Effective Supervisor.
  • The difference between work management and work performance.


  • Definition of Contact.
  • The importance of communication to supervisors.
  • Obstacles to communication between supervisor and staff.
  • Steps Effective Communication.
  • Basic skills of communication (handling) skills.


  • Definition of planning.
  • Planning Types (Business Planning - Project Planning - Business Scheduling).
  • Setting goals.
  • Planning Steps.
  • Schedule.


  • Definition of regulation.
  • Basic principles of organization.
  • Relations between jobs and power lines.
  • Distribution of tasks.
  • Develop an efficient alternative.
  • Time Management.
  • Exercise scheduling and distribution of tasks.


  • Definition of leadership.
  • Theories and methods of leadership.
  • Determine the leadership style.
  • Stimulus.
  • On-the-job training and role.
  • Musharraf.
  • Performance evaluation.
  • Addressing poor performance and undesirable behaviors.


  • Definition of censorship.
  • The role of administrative functions in facilitating the control process.
  • Supervisory control methods.
  • Purposeful criticism.
  • Corrective actions.

Decision-making and problem solving:

  • The difference between decision making and problem solving.
  • Steps to solve problems and make decisions.

The management of change:

  • Planning for change.
  • Identify the need for change.
  • Set internal goals.

Steps to change:

  • Definition of Contact.
  • Raising awareness of the need for change.
  • Making change.
  • Support and encourage new behaviors.

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