Date(s) - 12/09/2019
9:30 am - 4:30 pm
When & Where
12 September London
Who should attend?
In most businesses it is important that individuals are supervised. When employees perform roles within financial services companies it is not only important that supervision is provided it is performed by a supervisor who is competent. This is essential when the supervisor is supervising someone performing tasks that fall within Appendix 1 of the TC Sourcebook. Our workshop provides a real head start or boost for a supervisor.
This workshop will suit anyone who is about to be appointed into a role or has recently been appointed into a role that requires skills in supervision. This can include Team leaders, overseers, supervisors, sales managers etc.
What are the outcomes of attending?
To know what the regulator expects from a supervisor
To structure your supervisory approach to a person’s motivational needs
To build a portfolio of evidence using appropriate competence management techniques
To perform a fishbone analysis to determine the root cause of a problem
To utilise preferred learning styles to adapt your approach to better suit an individual’s development
To conduct a performance review
To measure the effectiveness of a supervisor’s intervention
Who is running the workshop?
Jeff Abbott, Regulatory Services Director from 2be Development Consultancy.
What have previous delegates said about this workshop?
“Very helpful for my role since I have been in the role for a short space of time” “Good fun. The split between listening and participation was excellent. Relaxed atmosphere”
“I thought the content was diverse enough to keep my interest all day but small enough to ensure all areas of it were covered well”
How much does it cost?
How do I book?