Through general sessions and your choice of various, hands-on workshops, we’ll equip you with the knowledge you need to wear the many hats of a manager or supervisor in Indian Country. We’ll explore ways to tackle bullying and harassment in the workplace, set fair clear expectations with employees, stop fixing and start coaching, and more. You’ll have the opportunity to choose from an array of workshops offering practical information for day-to-day use back on the job, including handling conflict and difficult conversations, working with people from different generations, and policies and strategies for attracting and retaining employees. Held during the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, NV, this event offers you the opportunity to combine learning with fun.
Building Trust, Credibility and Respect as a Supervisor
Managing Tribal Members
How to Supervise High, Middle and Low Performers
Tackling Bullying, Harassment and Gossip in the Workplace
Manager's Guide to Internal Controls
Interviewing Skills for the Tribal Manager
Setting Fair and Clear Expectations with Employees
Stop Fixing, Start Coaching
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10 Ways to Enhance Your Indian Preference Policy
Working with People from Different Generations
Grants Crash Course
Policies and Strategies for Attracting and Retaining Employees
Developing a Leadership Mindset
Facing Ethical Dilemmas with Confidence
Protecting and Strengthening Tribal Sovereignty
5 Signs that Things Need to Change in Your Organization or Workplace
The Emotionally Intelligent Leader
Essentials of Tribal Governments
Handling Conflict and Difficult Conversations
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Take advantage of this chance to get real-world, insightful information for tribal supervisors and managers.