Becoming an effective pharmacy supervisor

Clark, Toby; White, Sara J.
June 2010
American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy;6/15/2010, Vol. 67 Issue 12, p977
Academic Journal
The article presents information on how one can become a successful pharmacy supervisor. It mentions about the role of a supervisor in an organization and states supervision as the first level of management in the organization. It discusses several characteristics of successful supervisors including ability to set a good example, desire for the position and professional focus. It also discusses about the time management skills in the supervisors.


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