Supervisory and leadership skills training to be offered in Maryville
It makes sense for businesses to promote their employees to supervisory roles because of their technical expertise—but good technical skills do not necessarily make someone a good supervisor. No matter the workplace, issues like communication, conflict, working as a team, personality differences, generational differences, and legal issues abound. Across workplaces, whether that’s the farm, the factory, or the office, those differences in generational tendencies create some challenges during the “changing of the guard”, when baby boomers retire and younger employees take their place. These issues and more will be addressed at a series of supervisory and leadership skills training programs