Essential Skills for New Supervisors-Tallahassee
- Florida Sheriffs Association Training Center, 2617 Mahan Drive, Tallahassee, Florida
- August 11, 2014 at 8:00am - August 15, 2014 at 5:00pm
Hosted by: Florida Sheriffs Association
Presented by: The Southern Region of the National Institute of Corrections Academy's Regional Training Initiative
Who should attend: First line Supervisors, Field Training Officers, Future supervisors; Corrections, Community Patrol, Prison and Law enforcement
Course content: This 40-hour training program integrates essential supervisory skills with key leadership elements. Going beyond the "survival skills" approach to supervision training, the focus in this program is on practical and visionary leadership skills. Participants examine the impact of values (personal and organizational), ethics, and personal wellness on all of the roles a supervisor must fulfill to successfully meet the challenges that she/he must face in the ever changing world of corrections. Key focus areas include:
- Roles and responsibilities of correctional supervisors, and the related supervisory, leadership and personal competencies
- Assessment of personal values and vision and impact on your role as a supervisor
- Characteristics of ethical and principled behavior and practical work applications
- Practice strategies and critical thinking skills to identify and resolve basic problems of conflict resolution, dealing with difficult people, interpersonal communication dynamics, performance assessment and coaching, counseling and discipline and conducting performance appraisals.
Registration/questions: Register by contacting Captain Beth Richards, NIC Southern Region Training Coordinator, by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 239-252-9510.