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198 SLIDES WITH SOUND; See ALL copy-->[ bitly.com/train-me ] PowerPoint with Sound Show, DVD, Video, or Web Course. Enjoy this program in full. Simply delete our message box. View all 14 Slide Programs at -- www.bitly.com/train-me -- This is a 14-topic skills program for use by human resource departments to train organizational leadership and to assist human resource managers in becoming more effective internal consultants in supervisor skills, coaching managers, and serving management needs better. The program is designed to help your organization's supervisors gain vital skills to manage employees. Supervisor Training in PowerPoint program is available in video, DVD, or web course (uploads to your internal website). It educates supervisors and supervisory staff, especially new supervisors or difficult supervisors who need more education and ability in working effectively with employees. This training program is nearly 200 images. You are only seeing a portion here.You can see all 14 skills at http://supervisortools.com/supervisor-training.html - Phone 1-800-626-4327 to learn more. This program is editable and professionally narrated in slide show format. We can also send this program to you with a prepaid return label. See all 200 images at http://bitly.com/train-me

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  • 1. Observing Performance See 14 Skills and own them all. Go to: . . . Bitly.com/train-me 1
  • 2. 1 Observing Performance Look for evidence to support your impression of how employees do their jobs See 14 Skills and own them all. Go to: . . . Bitly.com/train-me 2
  • 3. Observing Employees Performance Skill 1 An invaluable tool to assess workers skills, abilities, motivations and attitudes about their job Some supervisors prefer to study activity reports, spreadsheets and work-flow charts Instead, observe how workers behave and what they actually do during their shift See 14 Skills and own them all. Go to: . . . Bitly.com/train-me 3
  • 4. Skill How to Observe 1 Devise a system that encompasses what to look for Watch each employee not only to assess work quality, but also to evaluate conduct, appearance, vitality, attitude and eagerness to learn See 14 Skills and own them all. Go to: . . . Bitly.com/train-me 4
  • 5. Apply a Consistent Set of Criteria Skill 1 Apply a consistent set of criteria. It ensures that you observe performance with a fair-minded focus on what matters most Enables you to compare workers actions and behavior based on observable standards of excellence See 14 Skills and own them all. Go to: . . . Bitly.com/train-me 5
  • 6. Guidelines to Observation Skill 1 Conduct Do employees carry themselves professionally? Do they make ethical decisions? Do they follow posted safety rules, policies and procedures? See 14 Skills and own them all. Go to: . . . Bitly.com/train-me 6
  • 7. Guidelines to Observation (continued) Skill 1 Appearance Do employees dress appropriately? Do they invest time and care in their appearance? Do they stand up straight and maintain a firm, confident posture all day? See 14 Skills and own them all. Go to: . . . Bitly.com/train-me 7
  • 8. Guidelines to Observation (continued) Skill 1 Vitality Do employees multitask effectively? Do they radiate energy and enthusiasm? Do they greet visitors and clients in a warm, welcoming manner? See 14 Skills and own them all. Go to: . . . Bitly.com/train-me 8
  • 9. Guidelines to Observation (continued) Skill 1 Attitude Do employees appear to enjoy their work? Do they take pride in their work? Do they lift everyones spirits or feed off others negativity? See 14 Skills and own them all. Go to: . . . Bitly.com/train-me 9
  • 10. Guidelines to Observation (continued) Skill 1 Eagerness to Learn Do employees listen attentively when you or someone else explains something to them? If they make a mistake, do they show a desire to learn how to avoid it in the future? Do they ask intelligent questions when someone instructs them? See 14 Skills and own them all. Go to: . . . Bitly.com/train-me 10
  • 11. Benefits of Observing Performance Skill 1 Increases your accessibility Youre there to answer employees questions, give feedback and provide encouragement If workers see that youre taking an interest in their performance, theyre more apt to go beyond the call of duty and give extra effort See 14 Skills and own them all. Go to: . . . Bitly.com/train-me 11
  • 12. Skill Warning 1 Dont appear to spy on workers by sneaking around watching them from the shadows Inform everyone that you will observe their performance on a regular basis to support their success Make sure you observe everyone equally See 14 Skills and own them all. Go to: . . . Bitly.com/train-me 12
  • 13. Skill Tip 1 Dont take notes in front of employees or you risk making them feel graded and self-conscious File your written observations in each employees folder See 14 Skills and own them all. Go to: . . . Bitly.com/train-me 13
  • 14. Skill Its True 1 Most supervisors dislike performance reviews By observing performance on a regular basis, you build a file of concrete information that you can incorporate into your next formal review This makes the whole performance appraisal process far less oppressive See 14 Skills and own them all. Go to: . . . Bitly.com/train-me 14
  • 15. Remove these tags found in this presentation. Thank you. This program has professional voice narration. 14 Skills Total! See 14 Skills and own them all. Go to: . . . Bitly.com/train-me 15