Quick Guide Supervisory For Management Roles Course Overview
Learn from the original creator of this course – Ms. Swing Goh.
Taking on a new supervisory role is akin a love-hate relationship; being recognized for your potential in leading teams, yet under the pressure of enhancing the team momentum and making a difference in work performance. All too often, team members who are promoted to a supervisory role without the consideration supervising is a completely different skill set is bound to face a hill up task in the transition stage.
This one-day program is designed to provide learners with the right competency to be effective supervisors. New supervisors will improve their skills, confidence and general management abilities to ensure productivity and team cohesion.
At the end of the course, learners are able to:
- understand the skills needed to be an effective supervisor
- motivate and coaching teams for better performance
- manage conflicts and difficult employees
- lead team towards achieving greater outcomes
This workshop is suitable for participants who are identified to be potential line supervisors or individual who have been newly promoted to lead teams.
Learners are guided through practical steps of the topic with a combination of mini-lectures, group activities, discussions, hands-on exercises, games and Q&A sessions in this interactive workshop.
- Transition from specialist role to supervisory role
- The challenges of being a new supervisor
- The multiple roles and expectations of an effective supervisor
- Best practices in supervisory management
- Motivating employees to greater performance
- Coaching weaker staff for better work performance
- Giving constructive feedback and appreciation
- Managing conflicts and negative behavior
- Handling difficult employees
- Team building for win-win outcomes
Our Dedicated Trainer
Learn from the original creator of this course.
Swing has nearly 10 years of experience in hands-on Engineering, Quality, Project Management (manufacturing industry) and Customer Service in multinational corporations as well as multi-industrial sectors.
She has actively participated in training programs conducted at Shimano, Seagate and Hitachi Global Storage
Technologies – organizations known for their trailblazing quality and world-class training efforts. She was part of a team, at Hitachi GST, which was involved LEAN project to reduce waste in customer audits.
She was the key engineer in Customer Quality Department, to develop technical materials on process and
products for her multinational customers; all these were made possible by her vast experience and strong
technical knowledge in the fields of HDD product technology and competition. She was also the focal
point for communication on customer or quality issues, technical impact assessment on quality issues, and
hosted customer audits with excellent outcomes. She was actively involved with coaching cross-functional teams on the usage of problem-solving tools like 7 QC tools and CP/CPK.
The strong ability to work in a multi-cultural and diverse environment gives her an advantage in interacting and relating with working professionals from different background; making her a successful and inspiring facilitator in adult learning.
Swing facilitates WSQ (Employability Skills, Generic Manufacturing and Service Excellence modules)
and customized programs. Topics include Basic & Advanced ICT, Workplace Communication & Engagement, Interpersonal Skills, Negotiation Skills Best Practices, Initiative & Enterprise, Problem-Solving & Decision-Making, Root Cause Analysis, Systems Thinking, Critical Thinking, Creative Thinking, Project Management, Develop High Performance Team, The Facilitative Leader of Self-Managed Team, Manage Cross Functional and Diverse Team, Creative Leadership & Self Development, Enable People, Team Success, Apply Quality System, 5S Techniques, Failure Mode Effect and Analysis, Manage Process Improvement, Lean Six Sigma, Business Process Reengineering, Line Balancing, Value Stream Mapping, Provide GEMS, Respond to Service Challenges, Coach for Service Performance, Establish Relationship with Customers, Professional Telephone Skills, Excellent Service Role Model, Personal Effectiveness, Change & Adapt Now!, Business Writing and Time & Stress Management.
Her clients, amongst many, include AB Sciex, AMK Town Council, Broadcom, Du Pont Company, Evergreen Shipping, Food Empire, Home Team Academy, Integrated DNA Technologies, Jurong Port, K Box, Leonian Holdings, LVHM Fragrances & Cosmetics, Makino Asia, Maybank, MINDEF, Mandarin Group Hotel, New Port Duty Free, Oil States Industries, PSA Marine, Singapore Polytechnic, Singapore Power, Singapore Technologies Aerospace, Singapore Technologies Marine Ltd, Swiss Precision and Wine Connection.
She is active in areas of courseware development and consultancy work which includes Lean improvement, procedures establishment, On-The-Job-Training blueprint, talent development, competency mapping and Training Needs Analysis for corporate clients.
Swing has a Master’s Degree in Engineering Science (Engineering Management) and a Diploma in Quality Assurance Engineering. She is also a professional coach in Transformative Coaching; an International Coach Federation (ICF) approved training program, and a professional speaker coached by 2017 World Champion of Public Speaking.
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Inclusive of coffee breaks with refreshments and bento / buffet lunch.
Call us for a group rebate when you register in a group of 6 or more.
Absentees will be charged the full course fee.
1 day, 9:00am – 5:00pm
(7 hrs, exclude lunch break)
If you have a group of 6 or more preparing for the same course, you can opt for your own closed class.
Please note that closed class is not customised class.
Hotel or online instructor-led via zoom or microsoft teams.
Complimentary car park coupon upon request (subject to availability and confirmed on a first come, first served basis).
ALS reserves the right to reschedule, postpone or cancel any course, change the trainer and venue at short notice and at its absolute discretion, due to insufficient enrolment, class size, availability and circumstances outside our control.