What Team Members Want
• I want a leader who won't shout at me
• I want a leader that treats me with respect
• I want a leader who can teach me my job
• I want a leader who is patient with me
The number one responsibility of supervisors is to develop their team members' skills and talents.
Most supervisors are promoted because they have been with their organization for a long time and they have gained valuable job skills. However, as team leaders, they often lack the “people skills” that are necessary to motivate their team members, build trust and respect in the workplace.
The Leadership Series are practical and realistic workshops designed for supervisors and team leaders who speak Spanish as a first language. The team leaders will learn to apply Process Based Leadership skills in the workplace and in their everyday dealings with their team members. Read More
Effective Leadership Skills
Supervisors that have not had leadership training may at times, misinterpret their roles as leaders and instead become a "boss". They believe that to get the job done, you have to tell people what to do and micro manage them every step of the way. This mindset guarantees that conflict issues will occur and employee motivation and engagement will be adversely affected.
Respect in the Workplace
Building respect in the workplace is founded on trust and ethical behaviors. Lack of trust, honesty and sincerity lead to a toxic workplace environment.
When the team leader develops the skills to assure the team members that they are valued and their viewpoints will be heard without negative criticism, the process of trust and respect in the workplace begins to take shape.
Leadership Training in Spanish - Video
60 Minute Leadership Webinars
When production schedules make it difficult for team members to leave their work areas and attend live workshops, the webinars are a convenient solution to providing the basic, essential leadership skills.