Leading Others Part 2 (ILT Course)
This course fulfills Washington Administrative Code (WAC) 357-34-055 that requires new supervisors to attend management training within their first six months of assignment. You will learn tips, tools and techniques that you can use immediately. The Leading Others course focuses on the mindset, interpersonal skills, and technical knowledge it takes to successfully lead others in the public sector.
This course is designed to briefly touch upon several different management topics. If you need more information on a certain topic, you can find many of these covered in one or two day individual courses.
Performance Objectives: Upon successful completion of this course you should be able to:
- Define and describe your attributes as a supervisor and leader.
- Understand your unique operating environment as a supervisor.
- Identify your legal responsibilities as a supervisor.
- Explain the use of performance development planning.
- Employ performance improvement in any situation.
- Perform a hiring requirement for your organization.
- Understand and apply the compensation and benefit process.
Competencies covered in this course: Performance leadership, interviewing, communications effectiveness, development and continual learning, enforcing laws, rules and regulations.
Intended audience: Anyone new to supervising in Washington State government including those experienced in management but new to the State system.
Please note that agencies will be charged the regular, full price of the course if a registered student cannot attend the class or send a substitution. Please review the attendance policy for more information.
Cost: Many leadership development organizations charge $2,000 or more for an introductory course. We are pleased to offer Leading Others at a cost of $785 per learner, or $500 per learner for state agencies that pay into the Personnel Services Fee (PSF).
NOTE: Classes outside of the Olympia area may have additional travel charges that vary by location.