Identify the different dimensions of the administrative process and its role in the organization's effective management.
Provide participants with skills related to the role of supervisors in planning and organizing.
Provide participants with effective communication skills.
Define the participants in the rules and foundations of the management of labor conflicts and give them the skills to deal with them.
Provide participants with knowledge about time management and organizational skills.
Provide participants with knowledge about leadership, organization and management of task forces and teamwork
Provide participants with knowledge on recent trends in management and their application in the areas of work.
The functions, nature and importance of supervisors in contemporary organizations.
Supervisors' skills in achieving the comprehensiveness of the administrative process and its effectiveness (methods and skills of setting goals and planning work programs, identifying the needs of work and employment, organizing, standardizing and distributing work on supervisors).
The role of supervisors in the training, guidance and development of subordinates and the methods and skills of preparing and qualifying the second grade.
Skills to modify and change the behavior of subordinates and encourage their positive attitudes and motivate them to work and performance excellence.
The methods and skills of supervisors to achieve communication and effective interaction with subordinates and management of formal and informal working groups and building team spirit.
Follow-up and evaluation of the performance of subordinates (the modern scientific concept, performance evaluation, performance evaluation methods, skills to face assessment problems, use of evaluation results).
Patterns of supervision, leadership and effective supervision.
The skills of using the holistic approach to identifying and analyzing the problems of work and the methods of making good decisions in facing them.
Change Management (aspects and dimensions of change required from supervisors - obstacles to change and problems - methods and skills to face resistance to change).