LBM162: The Effective Supervisor: Building Strategies for Success
This seminar considers the day-to-day context in which supervisors perform their role and brings to life the concepts associated with "organizing the work and its performance" as referenced in the definition of a competent person. This seminar goes beyond awareness of the legal roles and responsibilities of supervisors and engages participants in identifying real-life challenges and solutions.
Content covers:
* Review the legal definition of a "competent person" and describe what it means in the context of the daily activities of a supervisor
* Understanding the role of the supervisor as it relates to People, Paper and Process and describes the associated challenges
* Identify practical strategies for overcoming challenges
* Develop and practice communication skills in the following areas: providing instruction and direction to others; orienting new workers; providing feedback; preparing for and leading meetings
* Create their own "tool kit" for use in the workplace including guidelines for constructive feedback, designing new worker orientation, developing safety meeting outlines, and more
Recommended for:
* Individuals currently in supervisory positions either newly appointed or experienced
* Individuals who would like to become supervisors
* Managers, HR personnel, CEO, Owners

Recommended that participants are familiar with the workplace health and safety law regarding supervisor duties and responsibilities or attended Landscape Ontario's Supervisor Responsibilities and Due Diligence seminar or the Safety, Health and The Law seminar.

Note: ISA continuing education units (CEU's) available.

LO member price: $535.00
Non-member price: $815.00
Maximum participants: 25
Location: Landscape Ontario, 7856 5th Line S., Milton
Instructor: Kristin Hoffman, Workplace Safety Prevention Services (WSPS)
Dates: Monday March 25, 2024 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
Tuesday March 26, 2024 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
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