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The effects of poor supervision in the workplace have never been more impactful or costly to the bottom line. Join Joe White of AEU LEAD as he explores the soft skills that matter most for front-line managers. Regardless of the industry, if your job performance is dependent upon the results of direct reports, this show is for you!

Supervisor Skills: Secrets of Success AEU LEAD

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    • 4.8 • 8 Ratings

The effects of poor supervision in the workplace have never been more impactful or costly to the bottom line. Join Joe White of AEU LEAD as he explores the soft skills that matter most for front-line managers. Regardless of the industry, if your job performance is dependent upon the results of direct reports, this show is for you!

    Don’t Trip Over What’s Behind You: 5 Recommendations for Dealing With the Past

    Don’t Trip Over What’s Behind You: 5 Recommendations for Dealing With the Past

    Transitioning from an hourly or wage roll position to supervisor is challenging.  It’s even more difficult for those managing employees they previously worked with on a daily basis.  In this podcast episode, host Joe White provides recommendations for dealing with a problematic past.  A key to moving forward, involves acknowledging past mistakes with humility and transparency.  With this episode, he’ll explain how.

    View this episode on the AEU website.

    About Joe

    As Director of AEU LEAD, Joe White focuses on helping members transform operational goals into actionable plans through a structured change management process. Prior to joining AEU, Joe was a senior consultant for E.I. DuPont’s consulting division, DuPont Sustainable Solutions (DSS). He joined DSS in 2011 to develop the next generation of safety practices using extensive research in behavioral sciences he’s compiled over a period of nearly two decades. His efforts resulted in the development of The Risk Factor, which is now the flagship instructor-led offering for the consulting division. Combined, Joe has 26 years of operational safety experience, the majority of which was with DuPont. Joe has been published in Occupational Health & Safety Magazine for his prominent work in safety relative to behavioral and neurosciences and is an event speaker at many leading industry conferences including National Safety Council (NSC) Congress and Expos, American Wind Energy Association (AWEA), and National Maritime Safety Association (NMSA). Joe is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University and has a B.S., in Safety and Risk Administration.

    Where you can find Joe
    Connect with Joe on LinkedIn======================

    Supervisor Skills: Secrets of Success is a production of AEU LEAD, a division of The American Equity Underwriters, Inc. With 60 years of combined industry experience, our supervisor training program gives mid-level managers in the maritime industry the skills needed to influence employees, customers, and peers. This increases employee engagement, reduces turnover and rework, and ultimately results in higher profits for their companies. 


    Find AEU: amequity.com | Linkedin | Facebook

    • 8 min
    How to Provide Employees with Performance Feedback

    How to Provide Employees with Performance Feedback

    Providing employees with feedback is essential for continuous growth and development to occur.  Properly positioned, feedback follows clearly defined expectations and is a precursor to performance coaching.  In this episode, AEU LEAD Director Joe White discusses the importance of feedback and outlines a process anyone can follow to implement it as a valuable performance improvement tool.

    View this episode on the AEU website.

    About Joe

    As Director of AEU LEAD, Joe White focuses on helping members transform operational goals into actionable plans through a structured change management process. Prior to joining AEU, Joe was a senior consultant for E.I. DuPont’s consulting division, DuPont Sustainable Solutions (DSS). He joined DSS in 2011 to develop the next generation of safety practices using extensive research in behavioral sciences he’s compiled over a period of nearly two decades. His efforts resulted in the development of The Risk Factor, which is now the flagship instructor-led offering for the consulting division. Combined, Joe has 26 years of operational safety experience, the majority of which was with DuPont. Joe has been published in Occupational Health & Safety Magazine for his prominent work in safety relative to behavioral and neurosciences and is an event speaker at many leading industry conferences including National Safety Council (NSC) Congress and Expos, American Wind Energy Association (AWEA), and National Maritime Safety Association (NMSA). Joe is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University and has a B.S., in Safety and Risk Administration.

    Where you can find Joe
    Connect with Joe on LinkedIn======================

    Supervisor Skills: Secrets of Success is a production of AEU LEAD, a division of The American Equity Underwriters, Inc. With 60 years of combined industry experience, our supervisor training program gives mid-level managers in the maritime industry the skills needed to influence employees, customers, and peers. This increases employee engagement, reduces turnover and rework, and ultimately results in higher profits for their companies. 


    Find AEU: amequity.com | Linkedin | Facebook

    • 9 min
    The Frontline Supervisors Role in Shaping Workplace Culture

    The Frontline Supervisors Role in Shaping Workplace Culture

    Workplace culture has quickly become a topic of concern for many organizations. For some, it’s about preserving the past, and for others, it's about shaping the future. Regardless of where your organization may fall on this spectrum, the role supervisors play is instrumental and undeniable. In this episode, AEU LEAD Director Joe White outlines specific ways frontline leaders can step up to confront this emerging need.

    View this episode on the AEU website.

    About Joe

    As Director of AEU LEAD, Joe White focuses on helping members transform operational goals into actionable plans through a structured change management process. Prior to joining AEU, Joe was a senior consultant for E.I. DuPont’s consulting division, DuPont Sustainable Solutions (DSS). He joined DSS in 2011 to develop the next generation of safety practices using extensive research in behavioral sciences he’s compiled over a period of nearly two decades. His efforts resulted in the development of The Risk Factor, which is now the flagship instructor-led offering for the consulting division. Combined, Joe has 26 years of operational safety experience, the majority of which was with DuPont. Joe has been published in Occupational Health & Safety Magazine for his prominent work in safety relative to behavioral and neurosciences and is an event speaker at many leading industry conferences including National Safety Council (NSC) Congress and Expos, American Wind Energy Association (AWEA), and National Maritime Safety Association (NMSA). Joe is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University and has a B.S., in Safety and Risk Administration.

    Where you can find Joe
    Connect with Joe on LinkedIn======================

    Supervisor Skills: Secrets of Success is a production of AEU LEAD, a division of The American Equity Underwriters, Inc. With 60 years of combined industry experience, our supervisor training program gives mid-level managers in the maritime industry the skills needed to influence employees, customers, and peers. This increases employee engagement, reduces turnover and rework, and ultimately results in higher profits for their companies. 


    Find AEU: amequity.com | Linkedin | Facebook

    • 9 min
    What Gen Z Wants in a Job and Expects From Supervisors

    What Gen Z Wants in a Job and Expects From Supervisors

    Gen Z's integration into the workforce has not been easy for many organizations; especially those in labor-intensive industries.  In this episode, host Joe White highlights job traits valued by the incoming generation and discusses characteristics they expect to see in supervisors.

    View this episode on the AEU LEAD website.

    About Joe
    As Director of AEU LEAD, Joe White focuses on helping members transform operational goals into actionable plans through a structured change management process. Prior to joining AEU, Joe was a senior consultant for E.I. DuPont’s consulting division, DuPont Sustainable Solutions (DSS). He joined DSS in 2011 to develop the next generation of safety practices using extensive research in behavioral sciences he’s compiled over a period of nearly two decades. His efforts resulted in the development of The Risk Factor, which is now the flagship instructor-led offering for the consulting division. Combined, Joe has 26 years of operational safety experience, the majority of which was with DuPont. Joe has been published in Occupational Health & Safety Magazine for his prominent work in safety relative to behavioral and neurosciences and is an event speaker at many leading industry conferences including National Safety Council (NSC) Congress and Expos, American Wind Energy Association (AWEA), and National Maritime Safety Association (NMSA). Joe is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University and has a B.S., in Safety and Risk Administration.

    Where you can find Joe
    Connect with Joe on LinkedIn======================

    Supervisor Skills: Secrets of Success is a production of AEU LEAD, a division of The American Equity Underwriters, Inc. With 60 years of combined industry experience, our supervisor training program gives mid-level managers in the maritime industry the skills needed to influence employees, customers, and peers. This increases employee engagement, reduces turnover and rework, and ultimately results in higher profits for their companies. 


    Find AEU: amequity.com | Linkedin | Facebook

    • 11 min
    An Introduction and Overview to Supervisory Leadership Styles

    An Introduction and Overview to Supervisory Leadership Styles

    Supervisors in labor-dependent industries typically rely on authoritative management practices in the performance of their job.  This leadership style is among the least preferred by Gen Z.  In this podcast episode, host Joe White provides an overview of five styles of leadership and shares some thoughts regarding the application of each.

    View this episode on the AEU LEAD website.

    About Joe
    As Director of AEU LEAD, Joe White focuses on helping members transform operational goals into actionable plans through a structured change management process. Prior to joining AEU, Joe was a senior consultant for E.I. DuPont’s consulting division, DuPont Sustainable Solutions (DSS). He joined DSS in 2011 to develop the next generation of safety practices using extensive research in behavioral sciences he’s compiled over a period of nearly two decades. His efforts resulted in the development of The Risk Factor, which is now the flagship instructor-led offering for the consulting division. Combined, Joe has 26 years of operational safety experience, the majority of which was with DuPont. Joe has been published in Occupational Health & Safety Magazine for his prominent work in safety relative to behavioral and neurosciences and is an event speaker at many leading industry conferences including National Safety Council (NSC) Congress and Expos, American Wind Energy Association (AWEA), and National Maritime Safety Association (NMSA). Joe is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University and has a B.S., in Safety and Risk Administration.

    Where you can find Joe
    Connect with Joe on LinkedIn======================

    Supervisor Skills: Secrets of Success is a production of AEU LEAD, a division of The American Equity Underwriters, Inc. With 60 years of combined industry experience, our supervisor training program gives mid-level managers in the maritime industry the skills needed to influence employees, customers, and peers. This increases employee engagement, reduces turnover and rework, and ultimately results in higher profits for their companies. 


    Find AEU: amequity.com | Linkedin | Facebook

    • 10 min
    5 Ways Supervisors Can Impact Employee Engagement

    5 Ways Supervisors Can Impact Employee Engagement

    Employee engagement is a byproduct of the employee’s experience.  Supervisors are primary contributors to experiences direct reports have and are in the best possible position to affect levels of engagement.  In this episode, host Joe White shares ideas for what matters most to today’s workforce.

    View this episode on the AEU LEAD website.

    About Joe
    As Director of AEU LEAD, Joe White focuses on helping members transform operational goals into actionable plans through a structured change management process. Prior to joining AEU, Joe was a senior consultant for E.I. DuPont’s consulting division, DuPont Sustainable Solutions (DSS). He joined DSS in 2011 to develop the next generation of safety practices using extensive research in behavioral sciences he’s compiled over a period of nearly two decades. His efforts resulted in the development of The Risk Factor, which is now the flagship instructor-led offering for the consulting division. Combined, Joe has 26 years of operational safety experience, the majority of which was with DuPont. Joe has been published in Occupational Health & Safety Magazine for his prominent work in safety relative to behavioral and neurosciences and is an event speaker at many leading industry conferences including National Safety Council (NSC) Congress and Expos, American Wind Energy Association (AWEA), and National Maritime Safety Association (NMSA). Joe is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University and has a B.S., in Safety and Risk Administration.

    Where you can find Joe
    Connect with Joe on LinkedIn======================

    Supervisor Skills: Secrets of Success is a production of AEU LEAD, a division of The American Equity Underwriters, Inc. With 60 years of combined industry experience, our supervisor training program gives mid-level managers in the maritime industry the skills needed to influence employees, customers, and peers. This increases employee engagement, reduces turnover and rework, and ultimately results in higher profits for their companies. 


    Find AEU: amequity.com | Linkedin | Facebook

    • 8 min

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