Transitioning into a Supervisory Role - Longmont

Event Date: 11/6/2023
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM


Event Overview
Front Range Community College - (Boulder/Longmont Campus)
2190 Miller Drive Room C1481

** Hosted in Partnership with Front Range Community College**




Workshop Topics:

  • Examine the role of the supervisor
  • Learn about leadership skills and how to apply them
  • Explore options for handling issues new supervisors encounter
  • Learn the basics of interviewing, performance management, and disciplinary action
  • Assess own level of ability in competencies required of a supervisor and develop a strategy

  • Supervisory Roles and Responsibilities - The objective of this course is to discuss and explore with non-supervisory employees the changes in relationships and personal challenges that may occur when one is promoted to supervision. This is a discussion seminar in which participants focus primarily on the differences between subordinate and supervisory roles

    Supervisory Skills and Development Program

    This is a course in the Supervisory Skills and Development Program course track. Click the above link for program details.

    Special Notes

    In order to receive credit for this class, attendees must stay until the end when it is dismissed by the instructor and class certificates are awarded.


    Cusano, Joseph

    JOE CUSANO is a current high school business and computer science teacher at Prairie View High School. He is also an adjunct business professor with FRCC. Joe's educational background includes an Associate in human services, a Bachelor of Science in Technical Management and a Master's in Business Administration (MBA). Mr. Cusano also holds certs and endorsements in Coding, IT, Marketing and Business Technology. His favorite course work to teach is leadership and communication. Those two elements, when executed successfully, snowball into success on any level of business.

    Joe moved out of corporate about seven years into education after spending most of his career in leadership and consulting arenas of business. He has always had a passion for training and teaching.

    Mr. Cusano grew up on the east coast in upstate NY and moved to CO about 18 years ago. He raised his two beautiful daughters here. Joe moved back east for a short stint about eight years ago and am now back home in CO. His fiancé and he enjoy mountain drives and hiking. The more time he spends in the Rockies, the better he feels :) Joe is looking very much forward to serving his future students with LTAP. Let's have some fun!!