Cost per person: $1,049
Length: 42 hours, one day per week for seven weeks.
Location: For class dates, times and location
Included in the program fee:
- Printed instructional NJSTEP Student Guide.
- Harvard Business Review‘s 10 Must Reads on Leadership - Paperback collection of
best-selling articles on Leadership.
- Gung Ho! Written by New York Times bestseller co-authors Ken Blanchard and Sheldon Bowles- Inspiring story that outlines techniques to boost employee enthusiasm and performance.
- Access to the state's electronic Learning Management System (LMS) and a subscription to unlimited access to a complete library of over 2,000 Skillsoft online courses to reinforce program principals.
8:30 am to 4:00 pm
The next scheduled sessions begin in the fall, 2013
The NJSTEP Program (Supervisory Training Empowering Performance) provides the framework for participants to develop the skills and competencies needed to be successful in a wide range of public sector supervisory positions. The program has been developed in partnership with the New Jersey Community College Consortium. It is designed to provide supervisors with skills that will build and enhance their fundamental understanding of the roles, tasks and practices of effective supervision and has been organized around 3 main principles:
1) Managing Yourself
Making the Transition from Co-Worker to Supervisor
Communication 1- Verbal
Communication 2 Writing
2) Managing Others
Managing Change and Resistance
Addressing Workplace Conflicts
3) Managing the Work
Planning and Organizing
Problem Solving and Decision Making
It consists of a series of well-planned, educational modules that teach core leadership concepts through interactive activities and classroom exercises. Students meet one day a week for seven weeks and have an opportunity to interact with colleagues from other state agencies.
To pre-register for NJSTEP, please click the link below and complete the online survey.
Enrollment is secured once your agency completes, signs, and returns the following form to the Civil Service Commission.