One million tiny plays about work
- Good Supervisors Give. NEMKO, MARTY // California Job Journal;9/19/2010, Vol. 28 Issue 1252, p4
The author discusses the main role of a manager when it comes to supervising employees in a company.
- Mind your own business. Pollock, Ted // Supervision;Jan98, Vol. 59 Issue 1, p24
Offers a personal profile of stimulating ideas, little-known facts and daily problem solvers. Ways of reading a character; Counselling the hard-to-convince people; Secret of persuasion; Handling a superior's criticism.
- q-u-a-l-i-t-y: realities for supervisors. Miller, Donald S. // Supervision;May2000, Vol. 61 Issue 5, p3
Outlines several factors to be considered by supervisors in gaining desired performance results and successfully navigating the unchartered realities of the workplace. Information on proper supervisory skills; Factors contributing to frustration.
- Super Training. Lawrie, John; Steinburg, Craig // Training & Development;May91, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p12
Offers suggestions to ensure the success of a supervisory training program. Trainees' knowledge of the program content; Importance of the training attendance of the supervisors of the trainees; Auditing of the performance of trainees.
- Connectedness Is One Key to Productivity. Berman, Eileen L. // Industrial Management;May/Jun2000, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p5
Focuses on how supervisors can establish connection to their employees. Questions to ask on employees; Importance of being attentive; How dialogues can diminish stress on the employees.
- Dealing With Drugs and Alcohol: A Supervisor's Challenge. Hawkins, Brian L. // Industrial Management;Jan/Feb83, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p1
Examines the strategies used by supervisors in dealing with employee abuse or alcohol problems. Development of a supervisory skills in dealing with employee problems; Identification of symptoms for employee abuse; Impact of the problem on the operation of an organization.
- MEASURING SUPERVISORS' RESPONSIBILITIES. Cummings, Paul W. // Training & Development Journal;Jul72, Vol. 26 Issue 7, p24
Evaluates the differences in supervisory styles in manufacturing and technological plants of a single parent company. Results indicating the existence of sub-cultural aspects within the industrial society; Responsibility-choice patterns.
- The First-Line Supervisor Who Directs the Disadvantaged Worker. Finkelmeier, Robert L. // Training & Development Journal;Feb73, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p26
Identifies the qualities and attitudes of first-line supervisors who can successfully supervise disadvantaged employees. Recommended questionnaires for evaluating first-line supervisors; Required training.
- Developing Tomorrow's Foreman. Boyd, Bradford B.; Scanlan, Burt K. // Training Directors Journal / ASTD;May65, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p44
Reports on the results of a survey about the job and responsibilities of foremen or industrial supervisors in the United States. Supervisor's feeling about his job; Need for first-supervisory training.
- What is means to you. // Legal Alert for Supervisors;10/7/2011, Vol. 7 Issue 154, p2
The article offers suggestions on how supervisors can deal with workers who push their emotional reaction.