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Classes Available

Performance Management Process

Course Number: 
DOC 716, CLEET#17-2704
This course is 1 day in length; 6-Supervisory credit hour session

Class Date(s):
January 16, 2018
March 7, 2018

Location and Time: 
North Conference room and other locations as required
9:00am - 5:00pm

Housing Provided (for those in travel status): 
Housing is not available

Description: 
This course is designed to teach supervisors how to effectively use the performance appraisal system.   Participants will learn how to write measurable accountabilities, conduct performance planning/review meetings, and demonstrate key principles of coaching and feedback. This interactive course is designed to teach you to use Performance Management Process (PMP) to help your employees improve and grow. In this course, you will explore the best practices for planning, coaching and reviewing, as well as how to fill in the actual PMP form.

Learning Outcomes

  • Reflect on the performance management process;
  • Plan effectively for performance management;
  • Coach effectively in the performance management process; and
  • Conduct performance reviews effectively.

Enrollment Requirement: 
This course is mandatory for new supervisors. Enrollment will require immediate supervisor's approval to attend this training. If you have already attended the HCM class HRD033, Performance Management Process, you do not need to take this course.

Who should attend, what are the qualifications, and are there any prerequisites?
Enrollment preference will be given to supervisors and anyone involved in completing the Performance Management Process employee evaluation form, and to supervisors who have not completed their statutory requirement for supervisory training.  

Progressive Discipline

Course Number: 
DOC 743, CLEET #17-2713
This course is 1 day in length; 6-Supervisory credit hour session

Class Date(s)
February 7, 2018
April 11, 2018

Location and Time: 
North Conference room and other locations as required
9:00am - 5:00pm

Housing Provided (for thosein travel status): 
Housing is not available

Description:
This course will help guide supervisors through the progressive discipline process from informal to formal steps. This course is taught by the ODOC legal office in conjunction with ODOC Training. This course enables you to resolve employee disciplinary problems in a manner that conforms to merit rules and state law. It is beneficial to the employee, the supervisor and the agency.

Learning Outcomes

  • Identify the steps of informal and formal discipline;
  • Define responsibilities in the discipline process;
  • Examine Merit Rules and state law in regard to disciplinary action;
  • Discuss case studies of employee disciplinary problems

Enrollment Requirement: 
This course is mandatory for new supervisors. Enrollment will require immediate supervisor's approval to attend this training. If you have already attended the HCM class HRD038, ProgressiveDiscipline, you do not need to take this course.

Who should attend, what arethe qualifications, and are there any prerequisites?
Enrollment preference will be given to supervisors who have not completed their statutory requirement for supervisory training.

Leadership Development 100

Course Number: 
DOC 700, CLEET # 17-2733
This course is 2 days in length; 12-credit hour session

Class Date(s): 
December 6-7, 2017
January 10-11, 2018
February 13-14, 2018

Location and Time: 
North Conference room
9:00am - 5:00pm

Housing Provided (for those in travel status):
Housing is not available

Description:
This session is designed for individuals who are in pre-supervisory positions, with career goals to move into first-line supervisory management positions. The course provides basic principles of leadership and supervisory management, and basic interview skills.

Who should attend, what are the qualifications, and are there any prerequisites?

  • Line staff who are preparing themselves to move into first-line supervisory roles 
  • Personnel who demonstrate a positive attitude and who facilitate teamwork at their facility/unit 
  • Personnel who conduct themselves in a manner which models professional behavior in congruence with the agency's vision, mission and values 
  • Personnel who have received the approval of their chain of command, must have approval from their immediate supervisor

Enrollment Requirement:
Enrollment will require immediate supervisor's approval to attend this training. Enrollment by FTO.

Leadership Development 101

Course Number: 
DOC 701, CLEET # 17-2733
This course is 2 days in length; 12-Supervisory credit hour session

Class Date(s):  
November 14-16, 2017
December 19-21, 2017
March 14-15, 2018

Location and Time:
North Conference room
9:00am - 5:00pm

Housing Provided (for those in travel status):
Housing is not available

Description:
This session is designed primarily for newly-promoted supervisors and provides basic supervisory/management skills, positive group interaction, conflict management, and the Hershey-Blanchard Situational Leadership LASI model.   Performance Management Process training and Progressive Discipline training are included in Correctional Leadership Development I to meet the statutory requirements for new supervisors.

Who should attend, what are the qualifications, and are there any prerequisites?

  • Newly-appointed first-line supervisors or supervisors/managers who have not had the opportunity to attend any supervisory training or by invitation

Enrollment Requirement:
Enrollment will require immediate supervisor's approval to attend this training.   Enrollment by FTO.

Leadership Development 201

Course Number: 
DOC 708, CLEET #17-2730
This course is 3 days in length; 21-Supervisory credit hour session

Class Date(s): 
April 24-26, 2018

Location and Time:
North Conference Center
9:00am - 5:00pm

Housing Provided (for those in travel status): 
Housing is not available


Description:
This session is designed primarily for personnel in a supervisory role.   Participants are administered the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®.   The session provides an in-depth examination of one's individual preferred styles of communication, conflict management, decision-making, processing information, and work styles.   The value of the theory underlying the MBTI is that it enables participants to expect specific differences in their staff and to cope with people and their differences constructively.

Who should attend, what are the qualifications, and are there any prerequisites?

  • Personnel who are currently supervisors, conducting employee performance appraisals, or by invitation
  • Completion of Correctional Leadership Development I

Enrollment Requirement:
Enrollment will require immediate supervisor's approval to attend this training.   Enrollment by FTO.

CLD: Coaching for Results

Course Number: 
DOC 705, CLEET # 16-2258
This course is 3 days in length; 21-Supervisory credit hour session

Class Date(s): 
TBA

Location and Time:
North conference Center
9:00am - 5:00pm

Housing Provided (for those in travel status):
Housing is not available

Description:
As a leader committed to high levels of performance, you know that the way you lead makes a huge difference in the overall impact you have on others! This workshop is designed to help develop and enhance effective skills necessary to be a successful coach/supervisor and leader. Developing your coaching skills could lead to greater self-awareness, understanding of others, enhanced ability to communicate and ability to coach others.   We will cover 11 different subjects including the role of the coach/supervisor, communication, delegation, giving and receiving feedback, motivation and morale and building trust. We will use an assessment instrument to indicate each student's current level of coaching skill and then develop an improvement plan.

Who should attend, what are the qualifications, and are there any prerequisites?

  • Personnel who are currently supervisors, conducting employee performance appraisals, or by invitation
  • Completion of CLD I (Leadership Development 101) and CLD II (Leadership Development 201)

Enrollment Requirement:
Will require Facility/District/Unit Supervisor's approval to attend this training.   Enrollment by FTO.

CLD: The Next Step

Course Number: 
DOC 711
This course is 3 days in length; 21-Supervisory credit hour session

Class Date(s):
TBA

Location and Time:
TBA

Housing Provided (for those in travel status):
Housing is not available

Description:
Leaders face many challenges every day.   This workshop will assist leaders in identifying personal strengths and challenges within 12 specific competency areas that contribute to leadership effectiveness.   The competencies address managing your job, relating to others, developing your team, and thinking clearly.   Participants will have the opportunity to develop an individualized development plan.   Join us for the continuing journey to excellence in leadership.

Who should attend, what are the qualifications, and are there any prerequisites?

  • Personnel who are currently supervisors, conducting employee performance appraisals, and have completed CLD II, and/or CLD II: Coaching for Results

Enrollment Requirement:
Enrollment will require Facility/District/Unit Supervisor's approval to attend this training.   Enrollment by FTO.

Leadership Development 301

Course Number: 
DOC 712, CLEET # 7-2731
This course is 3 days in length; 21-Supervisory credit hour session

Class Date(s):
TBA

Location and Time:
North conference Center
9:00am - 5:00pm

Housing Provided (for those in travel status):
Housing is not available

Description:
This informative leadership class prepares individuals to become better leaders, supervisors and managers.  Individuals will continue the self-discovery started in CLD 2 (Leadership Development 201) by completing the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) Step II online expanded personality inventory; and apply this information to leadership, communication, problem solving and individual development.  The class also introduces the relationship between Emotional Intelligence (EI) and MBTI®.  Students will complete the Emotional Intelligence Style Profile and gain insight into their own EI abilities and how important EI is to leadership.  The class also continues from CLD 2 discussing more in depth how an individual's type preferences influences how they handle stress.  

This class is highly interactive and those not wanting to participate in group/individual activities need not apply.

Who should attend, what are the qualifications, and are there any prerequisites?

  • Successful completion of CLD I (Leadership Development 101) and II (Leadership Development 201).
  • Supervisors who are nominated by their facility/district/unit head.
  • Enrollment will require Facility/District/Unit Supervisor's approval to attend this training.
  • Class size is limited and the enrollment period is limited

Leadership Development 401

Course Number: DOC 713A, CLEET #172732
This course is 2 days in length; 18-Supervisory credit hour session

Description:
This program is designed for individuals preparing for an upper management position and is a continuation of CLD III (Leadership Development 301).   Individuals will participate in a 360-degree feedback instrument, the Firo Element B, team building assessment, and explore solutions to identified developmental needs.   Preferably, these individuals will possess college degrees.

  • Requires recommendation and approval of Associate Director/Division Manager.
  • Preference given to participants who have completed prior CLD (Leadership Development) courses.

CLD: Discovery

Description:
This seminar is designed for leaders who are in a position to impact positive change in the agency's culture.   Through the use of the Leadership Styles Inventory (LSI) and the Organizational Culture Inventory (OCI), participants develop initiatives and problem-solving techniques to address organizational needs.   Preferably, these individuals will possess college degrees.

Who should attend, what are the qualifications, and are there any prerequisites?

  • Class participation will be offered by invitation only and requires recommendation of Associate Director/Division Manager.

Open Enrollment Seminars Within Correctional Leadership Development

CLD: EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE 101

Course Number: 
DOC 707, CLEET # 16-2265
This course is 1 day in length; 6-Supervisory credit hour session

Class Date(s):
TBA

Location and Time:
North conference Center
9:00am - 5:00pm

Housing Provided (for those in travel status):
Housing is not available

Description:
This is an introduction to the concept of “Emotional Intelligence" (EI).   Attendees will use the Emotional Intelligence Style Profile to help gain an understanding of their own Emotional Intelligence as well as other models. This course will review the four fundamental capabilities associated with EI, Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness, and Social Skill.
Sometimes it is not how smart we are, but how well we know ourselves and our ability to interact with others that creates the atmosphere for success!

Who should attend, what are the qualifications, and are there any prerequisites?

  • All employees are welcome to attend.
  • Individuals should know their Myers Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) but not mandatory

CLD: LEADER DEVELOPMENT: AN MBTI® STEP I™ TYPE TRAINING WORKSHOP  

Course Number:
DOC 721  
This course is 1 day in length; 6-Supervisory credit hour session

Class Date(s):
TBA

Location and Time:
North conference Center
9:00am - 5:00pm

Housing Provided (for those in travel status):
Housing is not available

Description:
This workshop equip leaders with the knowledge and skills to recognize their leadership strengths and potential blind spots, identify and use five key type-related values that promote effective leadership, and create a development plan for enhancing their leadership effectiveness using the principles of Myers-Briggs® personality type.

The Leader Development workshop is designed to teach participants how to enhance and develop their leadership effectiveness using the principles of personality type. This workshop begins by encouraging leaders to become aware of their typical paths in daily activities and what happens if they over- or underuse their natural tendencies. This leads to an exploration of both acknowledged and unacknowledged leader strengths and vulnerabilities as well as an investigation of the core processes in leader development. Participants will then explore development options and work on creating their own development plan. The workshop ends by investigating leader values that can engender awareness of important, larger potential contributions and inspire transformations in the people being led.

Who should attend, what are the qualifications, and are there any prerequisites?

  • Personnel must have completed CLD II and have a verified MBTI preference 
  • Class size is limited 
  • This class is highly interactive and those not wanting to participate in group/individual activities need not apply.
  • Enrollment will require immediate supervisor's written approval to attend this training.

CLD: LEADING ACROSS GENERATIONS

Course Number:
DOC 728  
This course is 1 day in length; 6-Supervisory credit hour session

Class Date(s):
TBA

Location and Time:
North conference Center
9:00am - 5:00pm

Housing Provided (for those in travel status):
Housing is not available

Description:
This workshop introduces leaders/supervisors to the concept of generational management, leading in a multi-generational workplace. There are currently four distinct and different generational cohorts in the workforce today, all of which define work differently and have different values, distinguishing characteristics, assets, and liabilities. Successful leaders are familiar with how to lead members of each generation. This program is designed to help organizational supervisors and leaders, new and seasoned alike, better relate to, motivate, and manage members from each of the four generational cohorts.

Who should attend, what are the qualifications, and are there any prerequisites?

  • No prerequisites
  • Class size is limited
  • This class is highly interactive and those not wanting to participate in group/individual activities need not apply.

Enrollment Requirement:
Enrollment will require immediate supervisor's written approval to attend this training.

CLD: PROBLEM SOLVING AND DECISION MAKING 

Class Date(s):
TBA

Location and Time:
TBA

Housing Provided (for those in travel status):
Housing is not available

Description:
This course explores how we make decisions and introduces different ways to look at “problems."   Exercises in this course include a problem solving assessment and an opportunity to create a personal developmental plan.

Who should attend, what are the qualifications, and are there any prerequisites?

  • All employees are welcome to attend.

CLD: COMMUNICATION EFFECTIVENESS

Course Number:
DOC 706, CLEET # 15-1769
This course is 1 day in length; 6-Supervisory credit hour session  This is a 6-hour course. 

Class Date(s):
TBA

Location and Time:
TBA

Housing Provided (for those in travel status):
Housing is not available

Description:
We take the art of communication for granted.   The truth is, most of us are not as good at two-way communication as we think we are.   Personnel will participate in a competency-based diagnostic instrument to help determine their ability to communicate more successfully.   The class is based on seven key competencies from the instrument.   Participants will build a personal plan of action utilizing the results from their profile.

Who should attend, what are the qualifications, and are there any prerequisites?

  • Anyone who wants to improve their communication skills can attend; however, preference is given to supervisors.

Enrollment Requirement:
Enrollment will require immediate supervisor's written approval to attend this training.