Transition from Peer to Supervisor can be very difficult for most
newly promoted supervisors. Many are not equipped with the tools to
successfully transition. This session will equip newly promoted
supervisors with tools and techniques to communicate more effectively,
gain trust, set boundaries, provide constructive feedback, and motivate
employees for results.
Today's workforce is experiencing high turnover and disengaged
employees. It is a known fact that employees quit managers-to avoid
turnover it is critical to have the appropriate skills to retain
Why should you Attend
If you are a newly promoted supervisor that has the responsibility of
supervising previous coworkers or peers this course is for you. Do you
find it difficult setting boundaries, communicating effectively,
building trust and respect, and providing feedback to peers and
coworkers? These are some of the challenges newly promoted supervisors
face with their new position. This session will provide participants
with tips on how to overcome the pitfall most newly promoted supervisors
It is a known fact supervising others is difficult especially if they
are previous coworkers and peers. Participant in this session will learn
how to effectively manage coworkers and peers, how to motivate to
achieve result and mostly importantly how to respect your new role as a
Areas Covered in the Session
- How to Communicate more Effectively as a Supervisor
- When to be Flexible and when to Stand Firm
- Steps to Build Trust and Gain Respect
- How to Develop your Own Personal Management Style
- How to Set Boundaries with Coworkers/Peers
- How to Deal with Uncomfortable Situations
- How to Motivate Others to Achieve Results
Who Will Benefit
- Human Resource Professional
- Shift Leaders or Team
Tonia Morris, your Generational Connector, and Founder of Simply HR, LLC a Consultant and Management Firm along with a speaking and training company, Tonia Morris Speaks, provides leaders with training solutions that cultivate a generationally-inclusive work place.
Before starting her business in 2010, Tonia was Executive Director of Human Resources for one of the largest state pension agencies in the Southeast; she has also worked in an HR leadership capacity in other industries, including government, retail, information technology and education.
Tonia's passion for understanding the different dynamics of people led her on a quest to solve generational issues within organizations. Tonia noticed that the workforce was aging and changing, so she provided training solutions on engaging and managing a multi-generational workforce to be productive. With more than 20+ years of progressive HR experience, Tonia provides keynote speeches, lunch-and-learns, and workshops for organizations and associations across the Southeast.
She has partnered with organizations such as Chick-fil-A, Oracle, Spelman and Kennesaw University to name a few, to bring training solutions for engaging Millennials in the workplace, working with leaders to transform their cultures by attracting, developing and retaining a workforce that is generationally inclusive.
Tonia holds a BS in Business Administration from the University of South Florida. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Millennial Chamber of Commerce, where she also serves as the organization's HR Director, and volunteers for the Women's Entrepreneurial Opportunity Project.
She resides in Grayson, GA, with her husband of 24 years, and two sons. In her free time, Tonia loves collecting and making jewelry, and is known in the community as "the jewelry lady."