One of the elements to success for any organization is the effective management and supervision of the staff. In many large organizations, the staff at various levels in designated supervisor roles undertakes this function. In these roles, supervisors provide leadership, coaching, guidance, support and direction for staff working with and for them. They are accountable for the achievement of his or her work areas, tasks and goals, for managing compliance with legislated obligation, institutional policies and procedures and representing the organization of the role as an employer.
This reference manual has been developed to assist new and existing supervisors in understanding the scope of his or her responsibilities. The manual will provide a generic range of obligations and offer information that will assist supervisors in carrying out his or her role.
Demonstrating Communication SkillsSupervisors need to analyze information, think critically, comprehend some new ideas, communicate, discuss, solve problems, and make a sound decision.
By developing, implementing and communicating new ideas to his or her employees should be done by staying open and responsive to any new and diverse perspectives. To make it easier to convey ones message, this can be in a variety of forms to include all the information by analyzing, accessing, managing, integrating and evaluating then creating your presentation (Dewhurst & Fitzpatrick, 2007). When creating effective oral, written and multimedia communication one should use understanding, managing and use creativity to include helpful context. The monitoring of ones own understanding and learning needs, locating the appropriate resources, and combining any learning from many domains to the one will give more effective approach.
The exercising of sound reasoning in understanding, making reasonable choices, and to understand the interconnections among systems will help in the ability to frame, analyze and solve the problem.
To demonstrate teamwork and leadership, adapting to a...