Supervisory Series with Holly Palmer

This session is now Sold Out! Thank you to everyone who has signed up.

November 28 + 29, 2020 11:00am – 1:00pm | Zoom session

FREE for members of DGC-MB,
ICG 669, IATSE 856, On Screen MB

About the workshop
Using scenarios from the media production industry, participants will
develop skills that can be applied on set, in a shop or in the office. This course is ideal for keys and leads, heads of department, first assistants and for all people who direct others as part of their job including directors, filmmakers and producers.

Managing People for First Time Supervisors
As a supervisor, you are the link between your team and the production. In this module, you will learn basic people management skills and best practices.
As a supervisor, you set the tone and ensure policies; procedures and standards are met every day. Your ability to communicate and delegate, directly influences your team’s morale, motivation, and performance. Learn how to confidently and respectfully supervise your team.

About the Instructor
Holly Palmer
has a diverse career background that spans over 30 years and includes many higher profile roles and responsibilities in both the private and public sectors. As a senior member of the team her role has been to provide strategic leadership as well as ongoing organizational development and direction within numerous organizations ranging from family owned businesses to billion dollar operations. Much of her work history has involved economic development work and extensive experience with entrepreneurs.

The most notable successes and acquired skills are in areas of leadership, strategic project and program planning, analysis and implementation, human resource management, issues and conflict management, as well as strong consulting and strategic partnership building.

She is a skilled and knowledgeable facilitator, who has many years of experience in the research, development and facilitation of training. She also has her certification in interest based conflict management (mediation and negotiation). Much of Holly’s success has been as a result of building and maintaining strong relationships based on trust and collaboration.
She has a very holistic approach to planning, problem solving and conflict resolution.

Film Training Manitoba is committed to creating an inclusive and healthy workplace where participants, instructors, and staff are treated with dignity and respect. We will not tolerate any forms of harassment and reserve the right to remove any patron creating an unsafe environment.


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