From Supervisor to SuperVIBER:
The Supervision Academy

Let's discuss supervision! The proper balance of support and accountability,
positive mindset and vibe, and how to handle challenges when the going gets tough.

Join Paul Behrman of Walnut Leadership 
for this 3 part virtual series. 

Series Summary

"People don't quit their job, they quit their supervisor." That's the finding, essentially, of recent research from the Gallup organization. Outstanding employee performance (and retention) requires outstanding supervision. Yes, wages and benefits are important, but so too is the vibe and climate created by the supervisor. 

This leadership series will review the key principles of supervision, including the proper balance and practices around support and accountability, the mindset, values and character of outstanding supervisors, non-attachment to results, and how to handle challenges when (and before) the going gets tough. 

Learning Objectives
  • Participants will review the core function of supervision, and why it matters, including implications for organizational culture and climate.
  • Participants will consider the balance and sequence of support and accountability, including the mindset and  practices necessary to help employees develop and perform at their greatest potential.
  • Participants will discuss key concepts around accountability at the individual and team levels, "ownership" for supervisory performance, and how to handle challenging situat1ons around employee performance or behavior when the going gets tough. 

Registration per program costs $500 and includes up to three leaders. 
There will be a limited number of teams to ensure a high-quality virtual learning experience.  

This series will be structured as three, 90-minute sessions via Zoom.

Session 1: Mon., Jan. 29 from 10:30am to 12:00pm
Session 2: Mon., Feb. 5 from 10:30am to 12:00pm 
Session 3: Mon., Feb. 12 from 10:30am to 12:00pm 


Register Today!