The ABC's of Motivational Supervision: A Practical Workbook

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iUniverse, 2003 - Business & Economics - 274 pages
All too often, companies promote their best worker/technician/salesperson into a supervisory position. The common misconception is that if you're good at doing something, you'll be good at managing or supervising others doing that same job. Doing a job and supervising others doing that job are two very different functions and require very different skills. So if you know of anyone who has been thrown into this very difficult situation (maybe your own supervisor?) this handbook gives them simple, yet very effective, ways to supervise and motivate employees.
 

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______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ Evaluation ______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ Future ______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ Help ______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ Support ______________________________________________________ Future planning ______________________________________________________ My Results ______________________________________________________ Support Buddy action I’ll take Action Plan Ask an Employee Ask for Ideas Behavior I want Buddy meeting notes Celebrate an Employee’s Conversation I’ll Initiate Create a Win-Win Demonstrate my Support detailed because you’ll dialogue differently do…your script Efforts or Accomplishments Employee Learn employee responded Try employee today write Employee write Employee’s Efforts Explanation of Expectations Explanation of Goals fairly detailed Help an Employee I’ll do differently immediately after talking person’s name place or area Reassure my Employees Recognize an Employee Review section Q say…your script Second Share my Knowledge Share the Credit sharing your results Solicit Employee Suggestions specific action specific Explanation specific place Support Buddy meeting take action take this action Team’s Workplace Enjoyable Thank an Employee Third today to Help Win-Win Interaction you’ll be sharing

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