Effective Leadership Techniques For Supervisors




“The most important resource that supervisors supervise is PEOPLE. If they cannot manage this resource than they are ineffective supervisors”

Most employees are given job designations in which they have the necessary technical skills. For example, an accounts supervisor will have accounting skills and a marketing officer will have marketing skills. These supervisors however will find out that to get the department functioning effectively, technical skills alone are not enough. They have to have people management skills. They find that more than 75% of their job entails supervising and managing their subordinate well to ensure that they are able to assist in fulfilling the roles and functions of the department. This course provides tools for personal improvements.

How Will You Benefit

  • Understand the individual’s role and responsibilities in an organization.
  • Realize why managing people effectively and efficiently is a critical success factor in the success of any organization?
  • Able to know how do people want to be managed?
  • Able to differentiate between supervising, managing and leading
  • Able to use people skills
  • Apply EQ and leadership tools
  • Manage and motivate staff to achieve results

Who Should Attend

This workshop is suitable for supervisors, line leaders or equivalent position from any industry.


Participative and practical – lecture, demonstrations and practical exercises.



Fee: RM 1,200 per pax

Loyalty Points: 1200 Points

Duration: 2 Days

Note: In-house course is available. Request it HERE


Dr. Arivalan Ramaiyah

Dr. Arivalan has developed and conducted training in Strategic Negotiation and Deal Making, Project Management from Basics to Advanced, Leadership and Influencing Skills using NLP, Effective Purchasing and Vendor Evaluation Workshop, Language that Changes the Mind of the Listeners, Problem Solving and Decisions Making, Conflict Management, Expert Communication Skills, Train the Trainer and Facilitation and Delegation Skills, Coaching and Mentoring Skills. His training sessions are interactive with valuable and relevant participant centered activities. Apart from training, he is active in consultation with various government and non-governmental bodies in the area of marketing and management. He has developed a model and instrument to measure Customer Satisfactions Index (CSI) and Customer Loyalty Index (CLI) as stipulated in the ISO standard requirements.