• Good Job Relations • Instructing Employees • Making Job Improvements
Using training materials originally developed in the 1940’s by the Training-Within-Industry (TWI) Service, but updated for a 21st century work environment, attendees discover simple methods that could be practiced in their workplace. Sample tools used in each method are provided at the workshop that help attendees immediately start building their supervisory skills.
- New to the supervisor role?
- Having trouble supervising others?
- Not getting the most from your employees?
This Workshop Focuses on How to:
- Effectively lead employees,
- create more productive employees, and
- improve troublesome processes.
Learn Supervisory Skills Such as:
- Making decisions and taking action based on facts
- Breaking down a job into important steps & key points
- Instructing employees on important steps & key points
- Analyzing a job to uncover waste
- Identifying ways to improve a job
What will be Covered?
- Job relations
- Job instruction
- Job method improvement
Who Should Attend?
Anyone with direct reports, or anyone who directs the work of others, whether new to the position or in need of a refresher.
Date: Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Time: 8:00 am to 12:00 pm - sign-in and continental breakfast at 7:30
Location: Holiday Inn Express, Horseheads, NY
Cost: $125 ($75 for AM&T Associates)
Registration Deadline: May 12
Register on-line at www.amt-mep.org
or contact Kathy Peacock at 607-774-0022 x308
Meet your Instructor: Lloyd Johnson is a graduate of Syracuse University where he earned a B.S.E.E. and an MBA. Lloyd has over 30 years of experience in manufacturing, quality, and program management. Lloyd is a Professional Business Advisor (PBA), a Project Management Professional certified by the Project Management Institute, and is certified to teach Training Within Industry (TWI).
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