Virtual Supervisor Boot Camp

December 18-19 | Online Learning Opportunity

Educational Investment: $399 per participant

This training will be split over two days:

Day 1: December 18 from 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. ET (8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. CT)
Day 2: December 19 from 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. ET (8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. CT)

You don’t master the art of leading and managing through luck; you master it with training, experience, self-learning, and applying best practices. As a manager or supervisor, you must have the attitude, aptitude, skill set, confidence, persistence, and commitment to excel in this multi-tasking, challenging role. This training will help take your expertise to a new level as you learn how to collaborate and coach your employees to excel.

Whether you are new or seasoned managers and supervisors, attendees find this experiential training invigorating, motivating and applicable to managing and supervising others. You will learn how to handle crucial conversations and challenging situations. You will practice a coaching approach that encourages your staff to be engaged and accountable and walk away with a toolbox for immediate use back in your workplace!

Program Highlights 

Excelling at Leading, Supervising & Coaching

  • Understanding yourself and others
  • Handling those difficult conversations with employees
  • Address difficult or uninspired team members
  • Ask the right questions using the WDEP system
  • Benefits of a behavior change plan
  • Setting performance/behavior standards beyond the job description
  • Communicating with positive confrontation
  • Employee 1:1 meetings
  • Practice conversations
  • Skills in giving and receiving feedback
  • Assessing your Supervisor effectiveness

Equip yourself to build a productive team

  • Learn how to develop and utilize teamwork in your workplace
  • Ideas to empower and motivate within the workplace
  • A dive into employee engagement
  • Best practices in all facets of leading and managing a team
  • Managing the generational gaps - Inclusion
  • The Ideal Team Player
  • Vulnerability & Trust

Creating a collaborating work environment – group discussion

  • Recruiting & Hiring - best practices
  • Training & onboarding – strategies to develop your people
  • Performance reviews – No surprises

Other topics suggested by participants will also be covered throughout the session

Who should attend:

Anyone who is responsible for managing a team (new or seasoned) or identified as a future up-and-coming leader in your credit union.  For anyone who wants to take their leadership role to the next level.  Branch Managers most definitely benefit from this training as well!

This training is hosted by the Kentucky Credit Union League and offered in collaboration with Indiana, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.  For more information, or to register, please click the button below.

Registration for Kentucky Credit Unions
Registration for Non-KY Credit Unions


Here’s what recent attendees are saying…

“My team went to this training together and I continue to be impressed with what they learned and have put into practice.”

“The absolute best training I have ever attended!”

“I needed this training twenty years ago, thank you!”

"Excellent! As a new manager, it was very helpful to hear shared issues (not isolated) as well as situational instruction!"

"This session has inspired me and I now have a large toolbox to help me."

"I have a lot of great material to take back and share with the other managers."


Your facilitator…

Heather A. Legge, Senior Training Consultant, InterAction Training

Heather Legge is a senior training specialist for InterAction Training, a certified executive coach, founder of Envision Success Inc, and author of Lead With Moxie. She loves sharing her knowledge, resources and passion to create engaging, impactful experiences for participants and their teams! 

She is an expert in presentation design and delivery in addition to leadership communication and productivity skills. Since starting her coaching and training firm in 2006, Heather has worked with hundreds of leaders in various organizations. (i.e., First National Bank, Salvation Army, Mass Mutual, Cresa, Wells Fargo, CSG, State Farm, Keller Williams, Fidelity, Farmers Insurance, YMCA, Women In Financial Services, etc. plus many small business leaders). 

Previously Heather earned her MBA and spent over 15 years in multiple industries and leadership roles, She is also an occasional runner, red wine lover, coffee addict, and enthusiastic developer of people.