Supervisor and Management Boot Camp
Accessible by: anyone
The supervisor and management professional has never been more important to the success, or failure, of an organization and a healthy indoor environment. With increased regulations and cost-cutting demands of many firms, it has become essential for supervisor and managers to incorporate valuable business skills into their day-to-day activities.
The Supervisor and Management Boot Camp is a two-day course designed to sharpen both technical and soft skills involved in cleaning, maintaining and servicing facilities. This course is designed both for aspiring entry-level workers as well as tenured professionals who are looking to increase their education and learn new techniques.
The following topics are covered:
How to Develop Leadership Qualities in the building services field
- Attitude, motivation, personality types
- Leadership skills, team building activities
- Designing an effective department
- Implementation at your organization
- Dealing with difficult employees.
Technical Skills Applicable to the Workplace
- Managing supplies, chemicals and equipment
- Processes, procedures and management controls
- Using technology to reduce costs and improve quality
- Organizing cleaning assignments for maximum productivity
- Time Standards, production rates and work loading.
Building Services Operation
- Recruiting and defining the employees with the best fit
- Hiring, managing employees (both union and non)
- Quality assurance, quality control, testing and prevention
- Staffing, how to schedule and monitor daily/routine, periodic restorative tasks
- TQM/Six Sigma/Continuous Process Improvement.
If you have any questions, please contact Mark Warner via email or 800-225-4772 ext 1371
Here is what CMI customers are saying…
“The CMI Supervisor and Management Boot Camp at the 2015 ISSA trade showin Las Vegas was great, as were all of the instructors (Brant, Marion, Mickey). The pace was very comfortable for taking notes and digesting the information. We were able to ask questions throughout, and have discussions that involved the entire class. The content of the course, coupled with the instructors was extremely relevant in regards to the needs of a supervisor in today’s work environment. Furthermore, Brant provided a great degree of personal experience that helped to illustrate the various topics covered in class. I have confidence that I can make some significant changes with what I have learned. I look forward to implementing the new processes and continuing to grow and develop within my role as a result of the course. I highly recommend this course for anyone entering supervision as well as a refresher for long-time supervisors.”
“The ISSA trade show was wonderful. I was personally impressed with the great spectrum of businesses there –very well done.
Delicia Morris-King, Custodial Supervisor, Birmingham Airport Authority“
I wanted to tell you that the course is one of the best I have attended!
“THANK YOU Brant,
I appreciate all the knowledge you and Perry shared with us and I hope to attend more CMI classes in the future.
Tony Covarrubias – Cal State“
“Perry and Brant:
Thank you for your expertise in the field. I learned a lot about the new technology emerging in our field, but mostly I learned a lot about myself and how to improve my management style. Before I attended your class, I was dreading the need to complete the custodial reorg plan that had been sitting on my desk for the past six months and Steve was counting the days toward retirement.
After your training, Steve and I have put together a fair and equitable plan and he is eager to put roll out a cleaning program before he retires. By using some keywords that are learned in the training session, adding some theatrics, and passion, I have been able to sell this plan to my staff. They are definitely on board for the measuring of their work performance. I was astonished because I was expecting pushback from my day shift regarding who would be carrying the brunt of the work, but I framed their job and core responsibilities with a very important mission. They were not to be seen as the restroom janitors for midday but as ambassadors of buildings that were assigned.
Yesterday I debriefed my boss’s boss, and he was impressed with the training and the custodial re-org plan. He has already heard about my paradigm shift in management style and is in support of whatever I may need. Thanks to both of you, we are going to measure our cleaning successes, train, coach, inspire, and save lives! Steve and I are excited about our training and hope to attend “Train the trainer” soon. At some point, it would be our goal to host a CMI training session here at Delta College!
First of all I want to say that this was the best training I’ve received. I enjoyed the wealth of experience from you and Perry. Also the interactive format was great. And the resources that was provided was awesome, I can have helpful tools at my fingertips which will help me stay on top of my craft.
I wondered about attending this workshop because of the timing just before beginning of a new semester which is a busy time for me. I am thoroughly glad that I decided to go, it was very worthwhile, and I can’t thank you enough. I am looking forward to attending another workshop by CMI, perhaps the next Train the Trainer.
Richard Venable California State University – Dominguez Hills“
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