Training - 2015 Supervisory Group 2 Courses
Developing a Motivated Workgroup (1 Day)
Developing a Motivated Workgroup is a 1-day course designed for supervisors to learn motivational strategies and goal setting as components of managing employee performance. Areas covered during this course include linking goal setting with individual action plans and strategies, objectives, and agency goals. Class exercises include practical techniques to improve and maintain motivation.
- Create a strong foundation for workgroup processes
- Analyze the motivators of workforce members
- Apply targeted strategies to create a positive, motivating environment
TRAINING HOURS: 6
Organizational Dynamics - WBT
This course illustrates how organizational dynamics are influenced by individuals and their use (or misuse) of workplace
power and politics, as well as the existing organizational culture. When you complete this course, you will be able to: identify the types of power that
exist within the workplace, discuss the effects of workplace politics, recognize the symptoms of dysfunction in the workplace, apply solutions
to improve organizational health, explain organizational culture and its effects, and apply strategies for cultivating a positive organizational
Plus all the following:
Emotional Intelligence II - WBT
To lead in today’s world, one must possess Emotional Intelligence. Leaders are judged by how well they handle themselves and their employees.
Focusing on the social competencies, this course will help you increase your social awareness, effectively manage your relationships, and improve
the emotional intelligence of your team. The CPTP course, Emotional Intelligence 1: Personal Competence, focused on self-awareness,
self-management, and self-motivation. This course builds on those practices and applies them to interpersonal situations. Upon completion of this
course, you will be able to explain social competence and its role in the workplace, apply practices to increase your social awareness, use
techniques to improve your relationship management, and implement strategies to improve collaboration and teamwork.
Ethical Leadership - WBT
This course covers the basics of ethical leadership and is designed to assist in determining possible unethical actions and recognize
the differences between ethical and compliance questions. After completion of this course, you will be able to discuss the differences between
ethics and compliance, summarize the sources of ethical behavior, recognize the supervisor’s responsibility to model ethical behavior, and
describe possible ways to deal with unethical people.
Prioritizing Tasks with Agency Mission and Values - WBT
Using established time management strategies, this course offers general guidelines and practical
techniques for prioritizing tasks using the mission and vision of an agency. Apply time management strategies to determine
and address important/urgent tasks. Determine and prioritize mission critical tasks. Discuss the role of Strategic Alignment.
Prioritize your own schedule in accordance with agency mission and goals.
Situational Leadership 2 - WBT
This course builds on the basic theories presented in the Situational Leadership 1 course, by offering you additional leadership
strategies and examples of practical application you can use to enhance your team’s performance.
Strategic Thinking - WBT
This course will give you techniques to help you to become a strategic thinker. It will also help you use strategic thinking on the job, especially in relation to teams or supervisory duties. Upon completion, you will be able to explain strategic thinking and its benefits, identify the traits of strategic thinkers, overcome barriers to strategic thinking, and apply strategic thinking techniques in the workplace.
Work-life Balance: Balancing Your Life - WBT
This course discusses work-life balance. Upon completion of this course you will be able to define work-life balance,
analyze your current state of balance, apply strategies to balance your life, and utilize techniques to maintain your balance.
2015 Supervisory Group 2 Capstone Workshop (1 Day)
MANUAL REQUIRED. See below.
This course is a culmination of the 2015 Supervisory Group 2 Program. It is required to complete the 2015 Supervisory Group 2 Program.
Learning outcomes for this course include:
> Learning how to think in a strategic manner
> Prioritizing tasks with agency mission and vision
> Applying situational leadership theories
> How to develop a motivated workgroup
> Demonstrating ethical leadership
> Using emotional intelligence in the workplace
> Finding a work-life balance
The Capstone Workshop requires participants to actively engage with each other in cooperative learning experiences. The course content includes discussions, simulations, and group activities. The 2015 Supervisory Group 2 Capstone Workshop assumes participants not only have taken course prerequisites but also are familiar with the material. Participants are welcome to revisit and review the prerequisite courses as often as they would like to before attending this class. CPTP recommends participants retake the web-based courses if there is a gap of more than six months between completing the prerequisite courses and the Capstone Workshop.
You are required to bring the course manual to class. You have the option of printing a manual, which can be found in the Links to More Information section of the course information in LEO or in the Manuals tile on the CPTP website, OR using the on-line fillable manual from your computer, tablet, or smart phone during class.
NOTE: 2015 Supervisory Core, 2015 Supervisory Group 1, and 2015 Supervisory Group 2 Programs each have a capstone workshop. The capstone workshops are required to complete each program.
TRAINING HOURS: 6
Plus 1 elective from the following choices:
Conflict Management - WBT
This course provides you with a basic understanding of conflict
management. While taking this course, you will learn about the areas of
conflict, how conflict affects you and others, and what conflict
management style you most often use. This course also provides you with
a Conflict Resolution Model that can be used as a guide to help you
manage and resolve conflicts as they arise.
Critical Thinking - WBT
This course covers the basic process of critical thinking that can be used for any area, issue, or question you may be addressing. It also discusses fallacies of thinking that you may encounter. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to define critical thinking, analyze information needed to work through issues, use the critical thinking process to solve problems, and recognize fallacies in your thinking.
Developing Effective Teams 2 - WBT
Much of your personality is based on personal preferences. You may be aware of some of these preferences, but you may have some blind spots that limit
your self-awareness. This course will help you identify your personality preferences as well as the preferences of your team members. Understanding these
preferences can help you understand your personality, improve your relationships, and increase your team’s productivity.