At the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, we are committed to providing an excellent educational and workplace experience, characterized by innovation, transformation, and place. UW-Green Bay recognizes the impact that all supervisors have on the quality of work, level of productivity, and work attitude of the employees they direct. Supervisors contribute greatly towards the growth, loyalty, motivation, retention, team spirit, and development of employees who report to them. Ongoing training and professional development are important. Please see the information below regarding 2017 training opportunities for UW-Green Bay supervisors:
Supervising for Success: Effective Management for the UW-Green Bay Workforce (formerly Supervisor Bootcamp) This program assists new leaders in developing skills that will help them maximize individual and team performance and learn what it means to be a supervisor at UW-Green Bay. The next offering of this full, two-day session will be Tuesday, April 11 – Wednesday, April 12, 2017, in the 1965 Room. For more information about this program, as well as registration information, please visit the HR Connect.
Supervising for Success for the Experienced UW-Green Bay Supervisor: A new program for 2017, structured off of the original Supervising for Success program, has been designed towards those in upper-level leadership roles across campus (Dean/Division Head or higher) or as a refresher for those who’ve already completed the introductory Supervising for Success program. Each month, Human Resources will host a focused session on a specific topic. Please see the HR Connect for dates, times, and registration information.
Supervisory Leadership Certificate Program: This certification opportunity targeted to UW-Green Bay supervisors is a collaboration between the Wisconsin Small Business Development Center and Human Resources. The program is designed to help supervisors build leadership skills, invest in their employees, and advance their department. Each semester, five supervisors will be selected to begin this program. Approximately $300 – $400 in expenses for course materials will be charged to the department. If funding is a barrier to participation, supervisors are encouraged to discuss alternative funding options with their divisional leaders. Please review the program flyer for more information. To express interest in participation, or to nominate an employee, please complete the Interest Form. Selected candidates will be chosen biannually in August and January.
Leadership Green Bay: Each year, the University sponsors one employee to participate in the Lead-ership Green Bay program. Established in 1983 by the Green Bay Area Chamber of Commerce, this program offers select individuals the unique opportunity to develop leadership skills, while enhancing the well-being of the Green Bay area. Program goals include enhancing the participant’s knowledge of the Green Bay community; obtaining a greater awareness of issues that face the Green Bay area; enhancing leadership skills; and making an impact on the Green Bay community. Participants meet one day per month, October through May, following a two-day overnight retreat in September. Please see the HR Connect for more information and instructions on how to express interest in participation. A candidate will be chosen each year in late February.