Supervisory and Managerial Training System
The AccuVision Training Series (ATS) is a highly focused, modular skill development program that is typically delivered by members of an organization's staff or a trainer from a local college. The program's goal is to improve the core competencies of supervisors and managers in both team-oriented and traditional work environments. People using ATS typically begin by pre-assessing staff using LRI's Supervisory or Managerial assessment program.
The modules of the program develop the skills measured by AccuVision's supervisory and managerial assessment programs:
- Team Building - The ability to motivate and encourage others to perform and participate
- Situational Style of Interaction - Effectiveness in determining whether to use a participative or directive style, given the demands of a particular situation
- Influence - The ability to actively facilitate and guide the actions and thinking of others and provide coaching for improved performance
Initiative - The willingness to take action, make decisions and defend points of view when
interacting with others
- Analysis and Problem-Solving - The ability to identify problems and generate sound courses of action for dealing with them.
Post-assessment following training enables organizations to determine the extent to which training has succeeded in developing staff's effectiveness.ATS is used:
- To train new supervisors and managers
- To 'raise the bar' for experienced supervisors and managers
- To provide readiness training for future supervisors and managers
- To increase productivity and performance
- To create a continuous learning environment
- To build supervisory and managerial 'bench-strength'
- To support targeted skill development of current and future supervisors/managers
- The program is composed of five training modules, each focused on a critical management skill. A module, when delivered by a trainer, typically requires a day of training. A self-paced version of the program is also available
- It uses a learn-by-doing approach to skill development
- It demonstrates critical skill behaviors via video-based modeling
- It allows participants to practice during role-plays and receive feedback from others
- It features real life examples and relevant case studies
- It places emphasis on applying learned behaviors back on the job
- It is available for either an office (white-collar) or plant (blue-collar) environment
- Five independent, one-day training modules or as a one-week training program
- Facilitator-led and self-study versions available
- Easily customized to fit organizational needs
Click here to review the Supervisory Assessment program with video shot in blue-collar environments.
Click here to review the Managerial Assessment.