Developing the Supervisors (Level up)

Supervisors are the Front Line Managers and it is widely acknowledged fact they are the ones  who can make or break the organization.

Although, this is the most important functional level in any organization, yet this level remains somewhat  un-strengthened as specialized  inputs/training is generally not provided to them.

In most of the organizations Supervisors are either promoted from senior workmen or are inducted straight from colleges as Supervisor Trainees. However,  In the absence of certain critical inputs/training they may not be very effective in their role.


We at MACE have a 2 days structured training programs wherein the personnel from this cadre are given important training about the following :


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Key Focus Areas


Role of a Supervisor


Shop Floor Safety


Importance of Positive Attitude


Leadership Skills


Time Management Skills


Counseling and Communication Skills


Use of progressive thinking skills to maximize creative and innovative skills.
Managing problem from problem statement to implementation and monitoring of solution through creativity.
Managing problem solving as a team for successful project management.
Enhancing creativity skills through lateral thinking skills for out of box approach.

Why CPS (Creative Problem Solving) ?

  • Promote self motivated, original and free thinking work force.
  • Look for new innovations and promote Lean Thinking.
  • Expedite continuous improvement and smart work.  


Interactive  sessions through team working and situation testing. Conceptual discussions are well supported by interaction, case studies, examples, role plays and inbound/ outbound activities.

Who should attend?
This program is aimed at Supervisors to Managers

Duration: 1 Day

Trainer - Mr. Yash Khetarpal

AGM (MSIL ) - Faculty

Yash Khetrapal has been working with Maruti Suzuki India Ltd., since 1984, almost from the start of the organization. Having an official designation of Astt Gen Mgr, he  is posted on deputation to Maruti Center for Excellence as General Manager and is responsible for Training.

He is the Chief Trainer at  MACE  and delivers training