50 Activities for Developing Supervisory Skills

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Human Resource Development, 1993 - Business & Economics - 350 pages
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Training Objective: Define the role of the supervisor;Develop key supervisory skills, including planning, organizing, and controlling; Improve communication skills; Develop skills for running effective meetings. Activities Cover: Discipline; Planning and setting objectives; Decision making; Problem solving
 

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209
No Smoke without Fire
219
Office Gossip
225
Office Politics
235
On Your Bike
239
One Hundred and Eighty
251
One on Ones
257
Personal CharacteristicsLeadership Qualities
263

Dont Ask
67
Dont Look at Me in That Tone of Voice
73
Drinking on Site
79
Extension 246
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Give Them the Easy Life
95
Give Us a Clue
101
Giving Instructions
105
Good morning my name is
109
Half speed?
111
Have you got the power?
121
How high?
127
I wanna tell you a story
135
It looks okay to me
139
It Works Both Ways
149
Its Mine
151
Its not my job
167
Just Five More Minutes
177
Make Up Your Mind
187
Making the Tea
193
Meeting Roles
197
Promises Promises
267
Running Meetings
271
The boss wants it now
279
The Camping Trip
285
The Floor Is Yours
289
The Missing Tools
295
The YesNo Interlude
301
The Zulus and the Phalanx
307
20 Uses for a FourInch Nail
315
What has the company done for us?
321
What is a supervisor?
325
What makes me tick?
329
Whats your problem?
333
Where to next?
341
Who wrote this?
345
Whos first?
355
Who do you want to be a supervisor?
363
Youre fine how am I?
367
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