TREE for Supervisors
Training in Retaining and Engaging Employees
We strive to help you protect employee mental health and promote mental wellness, while having satisfied, engaged, and productive employees.
These courses will help your managers and employees
take positive actions and ownership of their careers.
Training for Supervisors
Become a Great Supervisor
With the Become a Great Supervisor training and coaching program, the front-line manager will be on the way to:
Become a Great Supervisor is comprised of prescribed exercises and regular communication with a supervisor development specialist to answer questions, troubleshoot specific issues, expand on topics that have extra importance, role-play interpersonal skills, and coach the new supervisor to success. Trainees work through a training manual and the MeYouQ: Life-Changing Protocols for People Leaders book, as well as several self-reflection questions. This is a flexible, customized program, where the client is encouraged to set weekly developmental goals and request assistance with specific issues and topics.
Any topics in the program can be done as a lunch and learn, virtual experience.
Training for Employees
Several Lunch and Learn style sessions (i.e. short in length) are available for in-person, virtual, or online course delivery. These courses contribute to employee well-being in the workplace. They gain a sense of empowerment and will have new strategies to manage their work and life.
Book one or more sessions for your group at $150 a hour (nonprofit rates are available). If you prefer to have employees learn on their own, each course is $10. A live, virtual session is provided once an employee completes all eight courses, and they will receive a certificate of completion.
Choose from our 8 courses:
These are important skills for today's employees to have, and we are here to support them in their learning. All of these topics contribute to better psychological health and safety in the workplace. See the Downloads page for a longer description of each course.
Today's workplaces must hire good people, train them, and then get out of their way and let them do their jobs.