How to Supervise People
As a manager, you don't accomplish something unless your people do. Your style and influence over people are as important to your position as your knowledge of your job. As a supervisor, you have to wear a lot of hats. Don't you? You're a friend, coach, boss, mediator. You're in charge and it's not always easy. Now learn to delegate, discipline, deliver praise and criticism, get others to work effectively under pressure, and organize people, projects, and schedules on an ongoing basis.
This program also reveals valuable insights and ideas to help you attain a higher level of enjoyment and accomplishment while inspiring the same in those around you. Identify your own strengths and weaknesses, and develop habits that support your goals as a supervisor. Identify problems and make changes in a solution-oriented way. Apply management and behavioral theories to real-life situations.
Powerful, Fresh Ideas
Regardless of your previous experience in supervising, you can always work smarter and do your job better with the fresh ideas and techniques you'll find here. Become an even more productive supervisor than you already are, one who builds rapport, motivation, and pride in employees.
- Slash employee turnover costs and hassles by using specific hiring and interviewing techniques to your greatest advantage.
- Identify and avoid the 5 most common traps encountered by new supervisors.
- Establish boundaries for supervisor/subordinate relationships.
- Make job assignments stick - and work.