The Best Supervisory and Leadership Training Programs in Spanish for Hispanic Employees
email: eduardo@ betteremployees.net
Do You Want to Achieve Any of These Situations?
You want to be respected and admired
You want your employees to learn
You want to have time to work on
You want a stress-free
You want a facilitator with extensive experience
Can you afford NOT to train your Hispanic employees?
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We will make your life easier and stress-free by teaching your Hispanic employees how to become profitable leaders.
How we helped a tortilla manufacturer save more than $120,000 a year
This is an example of how we help companies increase profits
If you, as a manager or CEO, are asking yourself how to create a more productive work environment with a lower amount of wasted resources, read this example:
For a manufacturing company, workflow efficiency is essential: making training for supervisors and managers a necessary tradition to keep up with production demands.
For this tortilla manufacturer, a regular supervisory and leadership training turned into a reality check when they noticed that their mistakes were not only affecting their efficiency but costing them their profit, minimizing their full potential.
IMPROVING PROCESS TO INCREASE PROFITS
During the class called “Improving Processes,” the trainer brought in employees from all sectors and levels to discuss the main issues the company was facing.
Together, the team organized major problems by priority and economic impact.
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FIVE COSTLY MISTAKES MANAGERS MAKE
It is common for managers to make costly mistakes in their communication that causes poor performance in Latino supervisors.
“In my more than 20 years of teaching and dealing with Spanish speaking employees, specializing in the development of effective Hispanic/Latino supervisors, in different industries here in the USA, I have learned a great deal about how management styles shape the productivity of a multicultural workforce.
I would like to share some insight on how intercultural communication affects the productivity, loyalty, and cooperation of Hispanics/Latino employees.
VERBAL COMMUNICATION AND BODY LANGUAGE
Many of the points I make here are applicable to many different individuals and situations, the problem is that these issues are more sensitive when it comes to managing people from different cultures, and can have costly side effects to the efficiency of your company.
Take these points into consideration when handling your Spanish Speaking supervisors to improve their productivity, and achieve results faster and more efficiently.
1. FAILING TO BUILD A PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP
In general, Hispanics are more interested in developing a long-term relationship; a relationship based on trust and respect.
This can take time. Trust begins to develop from how they perceive the tone of voice, intentions, actions, understanding the true interest the other person portrays, and their sensitivity to the needs and constraints Hispanics/Latinos have.
With that, it is based on how well you make them feel when you interact with them.
What to do:
Take the time to talk and get to know each of your employees, ask about their family, friends, life, and remember important details. Be sensitive to their needs and limitations and make them feel important.
USING ONLINE TRAINING EFFECTIVELY
Follow this guide to learn how you can use online training programs at your company to effectively build the skills of your employees and help them learn along the way.
The success and effectiveness of any kind of training program depend on the commitment, discipline, and application of the acquired knowledge by the participants.
When substituting onsite training with an online training program, it is important for management to take an active role in the training process by motivating and reinforcing the material learned with their team, and encouraging the use of the training in the workplace.
Most training programs like, Effective Supervisor (Supervisor Eficaz), are designed to be time flexible, with the option of learning the material individually or in a group, but most of the time, group learning is the best method of training to provide support, answer questions, and to fortify skills as a whole so that materials are learned at the same pace.
Here are some tips for effectively organizing online training group sessions for your company.
ORGANIZE THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
Create small groups of up to 10 people that are inclusive of different levels of responsibility, departments etc., that are convenient to the schedules of the employees and the company.
Assign a moderator (or moderators if there are many groups) to manage the structure of the class and to facilitate the session. This person must have all login information to access the program.
The selected moderator(s) should be someone well respected and has a positive attitude, in order to effectively engage participants in the learning material.
THE ROLE OF THE MODERATOR
As mentioned before, the moderator should be someone well respected, that knows how to take command of an audience. This person will be in charge of managing the online sessions, starting and participating in conversations related to the video sessions, and encouraging participants to be involved in the learning process.
After the video, ask participants how or when in their daily life, at work or in personal circumstances, they have applied or experimented what they have just seen in the video. Ask them to explain a related experience.
Keep good morale and respect within the group, and try to make the session entertaining at all times.
Manage the time wisely, but don’t rush to finish an important discussion or exercise. You can always continue on the next session day.
Make sure everyone completes their exercises, either on their own or by forming small working groups.
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About the author and trainer
Eduardo Figueroa, MBA
Author and Trainer
With over twenty years of experience, Eduardo has become a Latino business specialist by training and mentoring supervisors, leads, salespeople and managers.
He is one of the few bilingual trainers dedicated to teaching individuals to become better and more productive employees through special, tailor-made programs or his online courses in Spanish.
Eduardo Figueroa holds a Masters Degree in Business Administration from the Instituto Panamericano de Alta Dirección de Empresas and a Chemical Industrial Engineering Degree from the National Polytechnic Institute, both in Mexico City.
MANAGEMENT STYLES SHAPE
THE PRODUCTIVITY IN YOUR COMPANY
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“In my more than 20 years of training and developing leadership and supervision skills of Spanish-speaking employees in the US, and after learning and understanding what makes a person work more efficiently, I can now share some of the factors that help Hispanics/Latinos become more productive, loyal, helpful, and efficient.”