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Supervisors' Institute

The Supervisors’ Institute will provide small businesses with the opportunity to provide hands-on training to supervisors in a variety of essential topics. The seasoned professional or the newly promoted supervisor will be able to gain new skills through this training program. This training will help individuals develop the skills they need to be successful. Good management will decrease turnover and increase profit margins; now is the time to make sure supervisors have the skills they need to make your company successful. These fundamental skills are taught in a series over 12 months so that your supervisors can go back and practice the skills they have learned and bring real-life situations to class for further exploring.

This program is designed to be affordable and flexible. You can send the same individuals to all 12 trainings or you can provide individuals with specific topics that they are interested in throughout the year.

See the pricing guide for more information.
Call 792-5300 with questions or to register now.

Supervisors’ Institute
2016 Leadership Class

Session 1: Role of a Leader in the Organization
Introduction to the Supervisors' Institute and the Role of a Leader in the Organization.
Instructors Rich Pratt and Steve Giuffrida

Topics include:
• Intro to Supervisors' Institute program
• Fundamentals of Leadership

Date: February 17
Time: 8:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Room: IT225

Session 2: Leading with Impact & Influence
Instructor Rich Pratt

Topics include:
• Engagement
• Achieve Organizational Goals
• Transparency

Date: March 9
Time: 8:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Room: IT225

Session 3: Effective Communications Skills
Instructor Steve Giuffrida

Topics include:
• Understanding Effective Communications
• Navigating Generations
• Business Writing and Technology
• Effective Delegation Skills

Date: April 13
Time: 8:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Room: IT225

Session 4: Building & Leading Teams
Instructor Rich Pratt

Topics include:
• Understanding Teams
• Characteristics of Teams
• Styles of Teams

Date: May 1
Time: 8:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Room: IT225

Session 5: Coaching and Mentoring for Top Performance
Instructor Steve Giuffrida

Topics include:
• Devising a Performance Plan
• Essential Tools:
• Appreciation and Encouragement
• 4-step Process

Date: June 22
Time: 8:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Room: IT225

Session 6: Managing Change
Instructor Rich Pratt

Topics include:
• What is Change
• Dealing with Types of Change
• Constant Change

Date: July 20
Time: 8:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Room: IT225

Session 7: Helping People Learn
Instructor Steve Giuffrida

Topics include:
• How Adults Learn
• Incorporating Effective Communication Skills
• Introduce 4-step Training Methodology

Date: August 31
Time: 8:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Room: IT225

Session 8: Dealing with Conflict
Instructor Rich Pratt

Topics include:
• Causes of Conflict
• Types of Conflict
• Coping with Conflict

Date: September 14
Time: 8:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Room: IT225

Session 9: Effective Presentations
Instructor Steve Giuffrida

Topics include:
• What Makes an Effective Presentation?
• Effective Use of Voice, Animation, Visuals

Date: October 19
Time: 8:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Room: IT225

Session 10: Navigating Stress
Instructors Rich Pratt  and Steve Giuffrida

Topics include:
• Causes of  Stress
• "Good" & "Bad" Stress
• Techniques for Coping & Reducing Stress
•  Program Wrap-Up

Date: November 16
Time: 8:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Room: IT225

Note: Each module will be supported with Case Studies, Role Plays, “hard copy” materials provided, and contact information for after-course meeting support.


Pricing

Yearly Pricing:
$1,500.00 1 - 4 Students

Single Class:
$199.00


Registration:
Call to register at (315) 792-5300

Location:
Mohawk Valley Community College
1101 Sherman Drive
Utica N.Y. 13501


 

Professional Profile: Rich Pratt

Rich is the Manager of Human Resources for Shared Services at Excellus BlueCross BlueShield.

He has over 20 years’ experience and has held positions in the education and corporate environments as an instructor, facilitator, manager and corporate coach.  Rich holds an MS Ed. from Elmira College and a BA from Utica College.

Rich’s facilitation style is informal, engaging and entertaining by bringing the “real word” into each program.

Professional Profile: Steven Giuffrida

Steven brings 40 years of managerial and Human Resources experience to this course.

His experience includes: Operations management, Human Resources (Recruitment, compensation, employee relations, training and development) and Transition Management (facilitated the transition of operations to Central New York).

Additionally, he has worked as an adjunct instructor for: Utica School of Commerce, Utica College and MVCC. He has developed and presented over 20 leadership and communications courses for these institutions.

Like Rich, Steven focuses on incorporating “real world” into his instruction and tapping into the valued experience of his students.


Corporate Education


 

For more information:
Jack Altdoerffer
Director, Corporate Training
315-792-5681
jaltdoerffer@mvcc.edu