Supervisor Leadership Development – September 13
For Alameda County First Line Supervisors
The Alameda County Training and Education Center is proud to announce the introduction of its new leadership development program for supervisors. As consistent with the Leadership Competency Model developed by CalHR, the program builds the “knowledge, skills, abilities, and on-the-job behaviors” needed to develop and engage individuals and teams, and apply strategic and visionary thinking to core managerial activities. The program is offered as a hybrid learning experience, part self-paced, on-line and part in-person through live Teams meetings. Participants will be able to apply and practice core skills through project-based assignments. The program is grounded in research based best practice and builds situational and adaptive leadership capacity. It also introduces the five exemplary practices of leadership identified in the award-winning book The Leadership Challenge by Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner.
(First and second meetings are required. Participants may not miss more than two of the total six live sessions to complete the program).
MUST BE A FIRST-LINE SUPERVISOR TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS SERIES. REGISTRATION AND SUPERVISOR APPROVAL IS ONLY REQUIRED FOR THE KICKOFF SESSION OF THIS SERIES. ONCE YOU ARE APPROVED, YOU WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY ENROLLED WITHIN THE ADDITIONAL SESSIONS.
(Required) September 13th, (Required) September 20th, September 27th, October 4th, October 11th, October 18th, October 25th
9:00 am - 12:00 pm | County:
No Fee | Public/ Non Profit: