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75% of workers experience difficulties when promoted to a supervisor position. In this one-day training, participants will learn why most new supervisors experience difficulties when becoming a supervisor, what the common pitfalls are, and how to smoothly transit to be an effective supervisor.

This training will be conducted in Chinese. The course objectives are to:

  • Understand how supervising differs from performing as an individual
  • Learn the biggest barriers to being a good supervisor
  • Know the common mistakes new supervisors make
  • Know the core skills supervisors need to master
  • Understand the different priorities supervisors need to have
  • Gain a clear picture of your strengths and weaknesses as a supervisor
  • Learn why subordinates do not do what they are supposed to do—and what you can do about it
  • Learn where communication most often breaks down between supervisors and their subordinates
  • Learn solutions to common supervising challenges from numerous case studies

Only 20 seats are available in order to maintain a good quality of training. Deadline of registration will be August 20, 2018.

Early bird price at RMB 900/person. Please pay the fee before August 3.

Regular price at RMB 980/person. Payment required before the training.

Venue: Meeting Room, 8F, Somerset Wusheng Wuhan.

For more information, please contact Joan Zhu of Central China chapter, Tel: (027) 5974 1345, email:


9 AM

180 mins

Training(Part I)

12 PM

90 mins


1:30 PM

90 mins

Training (Part II)

3 PM

30 mins


3:30 PM

5 PM

Training (Part III)


  • Scott Shaw (Director,  lead trainer, executive coach of LDiTraining’s Wuhan office)

    Scott Shaw

    Director, lead trainer, executive coach of LDiTraining’s Wuhan office

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Regular price
RMB 980
Early bird till Aug. 03

Early Bird is available till Aug.03

RMB 900