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Course Title: Supervising in a Telework Environment: How to Lead a Self-Managing Team

Course Description: This training operationalizes the theory of Self-Regulation and targets supervisors, managers, and project managers who would like to learn the principles of motivating employees. Participants learn leadership behaviors that enhance employees’ self-management and how to develop employees who can self-manage. The training is divided into four sections. First, the training teaches the fundamentals of goal setting and how the positive effects of goal setting can be maximized. Second, participants learn the impact of self-efficacy on performance and how to enhance efficacy among teams and employees. Third, the training teaches specific leadership roles that engender self-regulation. Finally, participants learn the significance of establishing norms and the specific norms that facilitate employee self-regulation. This workshop is taught in an interactive classroom-style setting, with handouts and exercises.

Location: Office of Personnel Management, Washington, DC

Schedule: 4 hours; Contact POC for Schedule

Estimated Time to Complete Course: 4 hours

Registration: For registration information, contact Rebecca Ayers, (919) 362-1439, Rebecca.Ayers@opm.gov

Agency/Vendor Sponsor: OPM

Course Content Contact: Rebecca Ayers, (919) 362-1439, Rebecca.Ayers@opm.gov

Cost: $8,000 for 25 participants

Method: Classroom

HR Technical Competencies: Performance Management

General Competencies: Self-Management

Leadership Competencies: Developing Others; Human Capital Management

Roles:  Technical Specialist Technical Specialist;   Strategic Partner Strategic Partner;   Leader Leader

Proficiency Level: Intermediate

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