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Monday-Tuesday,September 15th – 16th 2008

Venue :firstasia consultants training room

Winning Your Market Competition With an Extra Ordinary Team

Being an effective leader involves much more than just getting things done. Supervisor training can give you the higher level of supervisory skills required in today’s workplace. This supervisory training seminar will explore how you can maintain technical expertise while demonstrating the right type of leadership. Supervisor training will give you the personal, interpersonal and group skills to be influential in one-on-one situations, facilitate group performance and become an overall effective leader. The course’s approach more to practical and two way communications among participants and facilitators, with bigger portion on self assessment, simulation, group-dynamics and cases study.

This Training is designed for supervisor level to middle manager who need to improve their supervisory competencies and effectiveness in managing people and goals setting & achievement.

Training Content :

By the end of the course, participant will gain:

  • Knowledge and skill to set up goals
  • Knowledge on how make planning to achieve the goals
  • Knowledge and improve their skill to motivate people to achieve the goals
  • Knowledge on how to build the winning team
  • Knowledge how to apply effectively their supervisory skill in their workplaces
  • Supervisor Roles in Organizations
  • Effective Goals and Objectives Setting
  • Preparing Effective Work Plan
  • Key Components of Effective Basic Supervision
  • Leadership Skill for Supervisor
  • Team Motivators and Maintainers
  • Build the winning team


Include Training Kit & Certificate.
Or Get Early Bird Discount :

Rp.850,000/ Person
* Registered before August 29th 2008


Ir. S. Muharam, BH
Retail Business Practitioner

He graduated from IPB, Bogor in 1992, majoring Food Science and Technology. And passed his professional courses from McDonald’s Hamburger University, ILL, USA, in 1995, majoring QSR Operations Management and hold a Bachelor of Hamburgerology degree.

He started his career at McDonald’s as Store Manager. During his services at McDonald’s he was also active as an Instructor of McDonald’s Training Center majoring in People Practices. In 1996, he moved to PSP Food Retail as Training Center Dept. Head. After that he moved again to Carl’s Jr as Operations Manager, and joined his 1st executive training in CA, USA. In 1998 he joined Mail Boxes Etc as Franchise Support Manager. From 1998-2005, He have worked with Carrefour in Indonesia starting as Fresh Product Division Manager. His last position at Carrefour was GM Store. Previously he also active as Redactur of Retail Media Magazine. Now he is working in one of multinational company in retail division.

In Training and Development sector, he used to be a part time lecturer at ALatief Business Institute majoring in micromerchandising and micromarketing. He wrote and published 4 books already; Performance Management, Local Store Marketing, Referensi Teknis Waralaba (Technical Reference of Franchising) and Retail Training Manual.

In 1998 he started SMfranchise with the vision to support the development of retail and franchise industry in Indonesia, by creating an easy access to informations and knowledge. And in 2001 he launch as the 1st website of Retailing and Franchising in Indonesia. SMfranchise has been actively a contributor of Retail Media Magazine.


firstasia consultants
Wisma 76 18th fl Jl.S.Parman Kav 76 Slipi Jakarta 11410
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Phone : 021 53 6666 18
Or by sms to : 0857 10 28 BRAM

Written by brammantya kurniawan

August 6, 2008 at 8:55 am

Posted in Uncategorized

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