Ensure that established policies to achieve program quality and outcomes meet the objective of the Act and WIOA regulations. Enable the Governor to determine if subrecipients and contractors have demonstrated substantial compliance with WIOA. Enable the Governor to determine whether a local plan will be disapproved for failure to make acceptable progress in addressing deficiencies as required in WIOA section e 1 ; and Enable the Governor to ensure compliance with the non-discrimination, disability and equal opportunity requirements of WIOA sectionincluding the Assistive Technology Act of 29 U. The purpose of on-site monitoring is to:
Based on 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. It is a prerequisite that participants of this training currently function as supervisors. Coaching for Managers The best managers are great coaches. Coaching helps you to develop, inspire, and motivate employees to better serve the citizens of Alameda County.
The Coaching for Managers course is specifically aimed at supervisors and managers wanting to acquire foundational coaching skills to help them better support the people they manage. The program involves on-line pre-work and one full-day class.
Conflict Management Conflict seems inevitable, especially in the workplace. No matter how well we normally get along with the people we work with, occasionally conflicts will occur.
What are the sources of conflict and how do we respond to conflict? Is conflict ever constructive? This workshop will examine the nature of conflict, the different ways people handle conflict, and methods to cope with conflict.
Developing Effective Teams Explore how groups evolve into teams, understand group dynamics, assess your own team player style, and understand the role of the team leader. For Alameda County managers and supervisors only. Finances for Non-Financial Managers Part I This class is aimed at managers from disciplines other than finance who wish to better understand financial concepts and how they are put to use.
Why should non-financial managers even care about finance?
It is hard to understand key strategic and management challenges without a grasp of budgets and finance. The training will review concepts from the first training and will go into more depth on issues related to budgeting positions, contracting, audits and sources of revenue.
This training has a particular focus on County budgets but will be applicable to many public sector agencies.
Labor Relations To manage effectively, managers and supervisors need to understand labor relations and their role in working with represented employees.
On the other hand, leaders who make building trust in the workplace an explicit goal of their jobs elevate trust to a strategic advantage—accelerating growth, enhancing innovation, improving collaboration and execution.
Leading at the Speed of Trust is a highly interactive workshop that engages leaders in the real work of identifying and closing the trust gaps that exist in your organization. You will understand the real, measurable Trust Taxes you might be paying without realizing it and make action plans for building trust accounts with all key stakeholders.
Making the Transition to Leadership: From Buddy to Boss The transition from line employee to the role of leader is one of the most significant and challenging career steps.
New leaders face new expectations, changing relationships, added responsibilities, and the need to develop additional skills. Participants will explore the challenges faced by new leaders and learn some of the skills needed to successfully make the transition to a leadership role.
Do you want employees to be able to work remotely but are not sure how to go about it? Or do you already manage remote workers and wish to do so more effectively? Join other managers as we learn how to be more successful managing remote workers.
Managing within Disability Laws and Leaves This interactive workshop provides a comprehensive overview of Federal and State disability laws and leave provisions, and related County policies and procedures.
Navigating within a Civil Service System This class will offer an overview of the Civil Service System, how it works and how to navigate through it.
This knowledge is critical to the hiring, re- classification, promotion, and related processes. Learn how to do it right the first time. Planning and Performance Good performance starts with clear goals, making sure that people understand what they are being asked to do and what good performance looks like.
Through discussion and role play, managers and supervisors will be better able to set appropriate performance goals, provide on-going coaching and feedback, and ensure optimal performance from motivated employees. Ideally, regularly scheduled performance evaluations serve to formalize ongoing contacts, restate expectations and document employee performance over time.
A consistent system of documenting and communicating performance issues facilitates a successful foundation for discipline if and when it becomes necessary. Political Astuteness Achieve optimal program goals and results. Be more successful in your current job and position yourself for growth opportunities.
Participants will understand what political astuteness is, what value it has to them and their programs, and how to develop and apply it.
Preventing and Responding to Sexual Harassment and Abusive Conduct The goal of this training is to assist managers in better understanding sexual harassment in the workplace, including federal and state laws, County policy, the consequences of harassment, how to prevent sexual harassment, how to handle sexual harassment claims, and how to maintain a respectful workplace.
This training meets the requirements of California law ABfor sexual harassment, and law AB for abusive conduct.
For Alameda County Staff Only: What is the difference between a motivated employee and an engaged employee? Leads, supervisors and managers will learn how engagement drives productivity and team morale and what they can do to increase employee engagement.GABA AND COGNITIVE DYSFUNCTIONS.
Cognition is an umbrella term that covers interrelated mental activities including attention, learning and memory, understanding, reasoning, social interaction, and goal-directed operations such as planning and decision making.
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