We are currently experiencing some loss in site functionality for Internet Explorer users.
Our programmers are working on the issue but in the meantime, please use an alternative browser if possible. 

Managing Performance at UC Davis - A Supervisor's Guide to Building a Productive and Satisfied Workforce

This course uses both lecture and case study participation to detail how supervisors can build credibility and a respectful workplace. 

Course Description

This half-day course is for those supervising staff. The afternoon will provide detailed training on creating a respectful work environment in a way that supports staff while holding them accountable. The first half of the course will cover:

  • Basic Employee Rights
  • Core Supervisory Skills
  • Performance Management (including both corrective action and discipline)
  • Barriers to Effective Supervision

This portion of the course will include detailed instruction on how to build supervisor credibility and a respectful workplace, as well as the specific policy requirements on how to properly issue corrective action and discipline.

The second half of the course is devoted to a case study where the participants collaborate to resolve multiple variations of a hypothetical staff performance management issue, with the intent that each participant learns from the collective discussion. Participants will also receive a list of resources for supervisors.

Please Note: This class does not satisfy the "Developing as a Supervisor Certificate" 

Instructor

Steve Green

Date | Time | Location

 

REGISTER


No future dates listed? No worries! Express interest by clicking the “Register” button to access the course in the UC Learning Center, then click, “REGISTER” again. Click on “Express Interest” at the top left hand corner of activity page to receive notification when new dates are scheduled.