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"Winning the hearts and minds of your workers and others in your world" The Super Supervisor Book, with over , users has become required reading for all supervisors in many of the top companies. By teaching how win the hearts and minds of their workers, Super Supervisors know how to tap the full potential of their employees/5. About the Author Joyce Karnes, founder of Positive Options For Productivity, Inc., and recognized expert in supervisory development, has 18 years in human resources, training, and consulting. She raises the bar with this appealing, easy, and effective program for improving how people are supervised.4/4(5). About the Author Dennis Reid, Marsha Parsons, and Carolyn Green each have over 30 years of supervisory experience in the human services. Collectively they have consulted with human service agencies in the majority of states across the United States as well as Canada and New Zealand/5(29). 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. Written in a relaxed, conversational tone and a 3/5.
The New Supervisor: How to Thrive in Your First Year as a Manager, by long-time management trainer Martin Broadwell and his daughter Carol Broadwell Dietrich, clearly and practically addresses many of the key issues of concern to anyone thrust into his or her very first position of corporate responsibility with little real training and no true by: 4. Supervisors of direct support staff have a critical and often demanding job in human service agencies. This guidebook describes in practical terms what supervisors can do day-to-day to perform their duties successfully and promote quality staff performance/5. EMS Supervisor: Principles and Practice offers an introduction to creating and maintaining a successful EMS organization through chapters on managerial leadership, team building, professional communications, quality improvement, customer service, strategic planning, crisis management, and budgeting.5/5(1). Get The Book! If you are like most people, your promotion to being a supervisor was both exciting and scary. This book will equip you with the skills to supervisor at any level, from a first time supervisor to a CEO.
Becoming The Supervisor - The Book The official website of the book Becoming The Supervisor by Hugh R. Alley, which tells the story of a supervisor learning the core supervisory skills needed by front-line leaders. The book is geared toward those that have just managed to make the shift from worker-bee to supervisor. The author submits that once someone is a supervisor they now must learn to help their staff grow and mature, learn to make their boss look good, and learn to train their staff to make them look good/5(6). The title of "supervisor" is typically applied to a first-line or lower-level managerial role, often in industrial or administrative settings. Supervisors are responsible for the day-to-day performance of a small group, either a team, a department, or a shift. Supervisors typically have experience in the group's purpose or goal and have earned. Where should a first-time supervisor start? This is the question Joseph F. Duffy sets out to answer in his book Being a Supervisor (Business Books, ). After 45 years as an executive with.