Stuck in the Middle: Supervising Between a Rock and a Hard Place

In the world of formal leadership positions, the ones “in the middle” often face unique challenges not found elsewhere. At this level, there are expectations and pressures from subordinates. There are also expectations and demands from above. And there are peer pressures from others in leadership positions as well.
In this course, focus will be given to dealing with issues from those above the leader in the chain of command, providing for those below them in the chain of command, all while building teams in the most efficient and effective manner.

  • Feedback: How to Provide and Receive
  • Urgent v. Important Tasks
  • Working for ”That” Boss
  • Building Effective Teams
  • Knowing Yourself Isn’t Enough
  • From “Doer” to “Leader”
  • The Art of Delegation
  • Be the Leader Your People Deserve

Appropriate Audience: Any agency personnel, sworn or civilian, that are in a supervisory role that is not at the executive level.

Class Length: 8 hours. 

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