Ready to Manage
Managers must effectively communicate, create a positive work environment, handle different personalities and inspire change—a combination that requires a diverse skill set to succeed. The way you handle day-to-day encounters has a long-term impact on your team’s performance and your personal success.
Our two-day Supervisory Development program helps you develop practical skills for dealing with these challenges. You will grow to understand your own leadership style and your team members’ needs, learning techniques to become a more effective supervisor.
Inspiring Your Team to Greatness
The Supervisory Development program is designed for new frontline supervisors and for more experienced team leaders looking to update their skills with the latest techniques. You will learn the skills for effective supervision, leadership, and delegation while mastering the development and motivation of employees.
You’ll gain a better understanding of the factors that drive your employees and your role and responsibility as a team leader. Topics include:
For a full program schedule, please complete the Request Information form at the left.
Investment for individual attendees:
Your tuition includes:
Note: Lodging is not included.
The full fee is due prior to the start of the program. Cancellations must be submitted more than seven days before the session starts or you will be subject to the full fee. Substitutions may be made anytime before the start of the program.
Upcoming Supervisory Development Session Dates
Choose from these sessions held on Notre Dame’s campus:
Meeting times are 8:30 am to 5:00 pm Eastern time each day. Registration is required and can be done anytime prior to the start of the program. Enroll Now.
For more information, call Chris Cushman, Program Manager, at (574) 631-4099, or email us to learn more.
Upon the successful completion of this program, the participant will receive a document certifying that the participant completed the program. The document will not qualify as an academic credential, and the recipient will not earn any academic credits at the University of Notre Dame in connection with the program. Participants in the program are not students at the University of Notre Dame, and completionof the program does not qualify any participant for status as an alumnus of the University of Notre Dame.