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The University of Minnesota offers development opportunities for supervisors and managers, at all stages of their careers. If you have difficulty registering for these courses, please contact email@example.com.
Most supervisory training courses are offered free of charge during the workday. Sessions are usually held on the second floor of the Donhowe Building on the East Bank Campus. Registration is on a first come, first served basis.
Organizational Effectiveness is pleased to announce that Keys to Supervision (AKA "Keys") training has been re-designed to better meet the needs of University of Minnesota leaders. To signal the fact it has been updated, the course has been re-named Foundations of Leadership.
The Intro to Situational Leadership II course offers a proven method for effectively managing and developing people, time, and resources. It's designed to increase the frequency and quality of conversations between managers and staff so that competence is developed, commitment is gained, and talented individuals are retained.
People Leadership Skills Curriculum (formerly Core Skills program) is designed to help new and experienced supervisors review the basic skills needed for effective supervision.
Lab Courses are stand-alone sessions that address general supervisory skills. Courses are intended for both new and experienced supervisors.
These supervisor training resources will help supervisors dig deeper into selected topics.
Supervising student employees can present unique challenges. Here are some resources that can help.
Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action offers educational programs and training opportunities on topics related to diversity, affirmative action, and intercultural communication. A calendar of available programs may be viewed at the EOAA website.
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