I can manage, boss!

Phillips, Kevin John
January 1995
Supervision;Jan1995, Vol. 56 Issue 1, p17
Trade Publication
Highlights the importance of people management and of managing the boss. Getting to know the operation objectively; Explaining to your boss exactly what you see; Tell your boss what's first; Start the work; Asking for advice; Getting to work; Asking to be taught something; Having the replacement, ready to go.


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