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Take your supervisory skills to the next level.  Human Resources & Management Solutions (HRMS) is taking registrations for their upcoming Supervisory Training.

What to Expect: Our highly interactive training courses are more than just lectures.  We offer immersive experiences packed with valuable information and lively discussions.  Led by the experienced Diana Welch from HRMS in partnership with the Yakima County Development Association, these sessions promise to be both enlightening and engaging.

Date and Venue: May 8th and 15th for a two-day training workshop.  These sessions will be held at OIC of Washington located at 815 Fruitvale Blvd., Yakima.  Register today. Seating is limited.

Course Highlights: During the two-day training course a wide range of topics will be covered to address challenges faced by new and experienced supervisors.  Some of the topics include:

  • Communication
  • Training  and Development
  • Motivation
  • Retention
  • Time Management

Customized Training: Unable to attend May 2024 dates? HRMS offers customized training programs that can be brought directly to your company.  

Why Supervisory Training Matters: Supervisory training is not just about learning new skills–it’s about building a foundation for success.  Effective supervisors play a crucial role in creating a positive work environment, boosting employee morale, and driving productivity.  By investing in supervisory training, organizations can cultivate competent leaders who inspire their teams to achieve excellence.

Impact on Workforce: A well-trained supervisor can make all the difference in the success of a team.  As supervisors enhance their skills they are better equipped to lead, guide, and support others resulting in a more engaged and productive workforce.

 

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