Fundamentals of Supervision: Focus on Public Sector & Non-Profit Organizations

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This intensive 20-hour course is designed for those individuals who have recently been promoted to a supervisory position as well as for those who aspire to such a position. The program will be conducted combining lecture, discussion, individual and group exercises, films, and cases. Topics include the characteristics of an effective leader, communication skills, the grapevine and office politics, problem solving and decision making, coaching, and team building. Tom Paczkowski instructs. Classes are held at the Auburn Campus, 197 Franklin St., Auburn. Tuition is $249 and includes all materials. BIC 027-040, (7) Mondays/Wednesdays, September 15 – October 8 (no class Sept. 17), 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. Registration deadline is September 2.

Contact the Business / Industry Center at Cayuga Community College for further information or to register, (315) 255-1743, extension 2228.

BIC provides comprehensive services to area businesses and, as a member of the SUNY network of Business and Industry Centers, has access to extensive educational resources to meet company training and assessment needs. Programs can be scheduled on the Auburn campus, Fulton Campus, or on-site (for 10 or more participants) at mutually convenient times.

Cayuga Community College is a two-year community college sponsored by Cayuga County and the State University of New York (SUNY). The College’s main campus is in the city of Auburn, and its Fulton Campus is in Oswego County.