Becoming an effective pharmacy supervisor
- THE FUTURE OF WORK MOTIVATION THEORY. Steers, Richard M.; Mowday, Richard T.; Shapiro, Debra L. // Academy of Management Review;Jul2004, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p379
- Treasure chest. Dreyfack, Raymond // Supervision;Apr98, Vol. 59 Issue 4, p19
Provides several money-saving ideas for company supervisors. Factor of time management in improving an organization's productivity; Importance of addressing the customers' concerns; Examples of companies' money-saving ideas.
- a new look at time leaks. Farrant, Don // Supervision;Feb2003, Vol. 64 Issue 2, p17
Presents suggestions on time management for managers and supervisors. Information on dealing with personal problems of subordinates; Strategy to avoid oversupervising; Delegation of responsibility.
- IMPROVING SUPERVISORY TIME MANAGEMENT. Bittel, Lester R. // Training & Development Journal;Sep77, Vol. 31 Issue 9, p25
Discusses how to improve supervisory time management. Focus on design; Performance objectives.
- 15 time wasters for supervisors. Ramsey, Robert D. // Supervision;Jun2000, Vol. 61 Issue 6, p10
Enumerates the worst time-wasters for supervisors in all fields. Working without a plan; Meaningless meetings; Perfectionism and procrastination; Importance of managing time.
- Time bandits are at the door. Stanley, T. L. // Supervision;Mar2002, Vol. 63 Issue 3, p10
Provides tips on time management for supervisors. Influence of technology on time management; Steps in setting priorities; Ways to examine incoming data; Technique in reading and writing memos.
- Recognition and reward: Keys to motivating supervisors. Needell, Cheryl K.; Alwon, George W. // Management Review;Nov/Dec82, Vol. 71 Issue 11, p53
Discusses ways in which listening, recognition and rewards will motivate supervisors as well as the employees that they supervise. Potential conflict and stress that come with the role of the supervisor/foreman; Requirement of considerable interpersonal skills and technical competence;...
- the flagler team. Dreyer, R. S. // Supervision;Nov2005, Vol. 66 Issue 11, p20
Focuses on the investigation conducted by a team of managers to determine the cause of poor productivity performance of the company. Remarks from the chairman and chief executive officer of the company regarding the productivity performance; Process in the investigation of the managers; Results...
- Keep it hard but fair. Hunter, Tony; Obang, Daphne; Stone, Kathryn // Community Care;3/20/2003, Issue 1464, p42
Focuses on communication in management. Importance of prior preparations by supervisor when the message is likely to be received unfavorably by employees; Advantages of frank and mature delivery of the message or feedback; Influence of positive motivation and thinking on employees.