The Supervisor's Survival Guide: A Practical Guide to Successful Supervision

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Prentice-Hall, 2002 - Business & Economics - 369 pages
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Practical, easy-to-implement ideas and tips for management and team leadership success

  • Practical and concise guide for new and experienced supervisors.
  • A ready reference to provide solutions quickly when a problem arises.
  • Written in a relaxed, conversational tone and a very non-academic style
The Supervisor's Survival Guide is a practical and concise guide for new and experienced supervisors. Written in an easy to read conversational style, it will serve as a ready reference for quick solutions when problems arise. It offers tips on how successful supervisors approach their job, increase their value to the organization, communicate and work effectively with others, and manage, lead and motivate staff. Kris Cole also describes how supervisors should use tools and techniques to plan, solve problems and make decisions. With her experience as an industrial psychologist, Kris Cole has helped several leading organizations reach peak performance and profitability by showing them great ideas, practical strategies, and proven techniques to help people work better together and individually. Now she offers her expertise directly to the individual looking to improve their supervisory skills and increase their worth and status on the job and in their career.

With management books in four languages, Kris Cole is one of Australia's best selling business authors. She is also the author of the best selling titles, Crystal Clear Communication 2e, Make Time, and Supervision: The Theory and Practice of First-Line

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Work with others to ensure success
Manage your time and reduce your stress

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An industrial psychologist and manufacturing technologist with more than 25 years experience on five continents, Kris Cole works with leading organisations to help them strengthen their most powerful competitive weapon - their people. Kris is one of Australia's bestselling business authors, with books in six languages.

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