6 edition of Supervisor"s Guide to Success found in the catalog.
January 2, 2007
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||65|
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Supervising for success a guide for supervisors. Abstract. This book is a must for all new supervisors and a beneficial refresher for even the most experienced supervisor. Coverage includes- To discuss the attitude and image of the supervisor To explain human skills and team building To suggest ways to best get the work done.
Practical, easy-to-implement ideas and tips for management and team leadership success Practical and concise guide for new and experienced supervisors. A ready reference to provide solutions quickly when a problem arises.
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These five words serve as touchstones to guide and bolster supervisors in their day-to-day work of supporting employee success. Clarity Empathy Courage Attention Persistence Clear, understandable, simple Understanding, appreciation, compassion, insight “Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak; courage is also what it takes to sit.
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Your success as a leader will depend on your skill as a supervisor. Your supervisory skills, in turn, depend on how well you learn and apply key principles of supervision.
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