||This course will explore the skills necessary to function as a supervisor within a tight-knit, family-like setting. Topics will include motivating employees; group dynamics; managing change; organizational behavior; organizational culture; performance evaluations; leadership theories; group cohesiveness; generational considerations; and personal leadership styles.
- Develop personal philosophy, vision, and goal documents.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the various motivational theories.
- Demonstrate an understanding of group dynamics.
- Discuss ways to develop an organizational culture and group culture pursuing progressive change.
- Identify ways that organizational and company policies affect employee behavior.
- Identify personal leadership style most often used and discuss the various leadership styles that are commonly identified.
- Review options for performance evaluations and goal of evaluations in employee development.
- Analyze differences in generational traits as motivational tools.
- Apply motivation and generational traits to align personal goals to organizational goals.
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