For any type of supervisor, there are a number of basic supervisory skills that you need to follow as a set of rules. From writing performance reviews, to motivating employees, to effective communication skills, to giving and receiving feedback, you need a set of skills to draw upon in your job. More than just basic skills, many current supervisors often need a refresher on their skills to handle their employees on a regular basis, or to grow in their supervisory role.
Here are five rules every supervisor should follow everyday, especially when dealing with management or staff working within your team environment. It starts with remembering these basic supervisory skills.
Supervisor-employee relations are a critical part of a work place atmosphere and promoting productivity and cohesiveness. Read author Andrew E. Schwartz’s five simple tips to get a grasp of what aura you need to show from yourself.
Andrew E. Schwartz