3 edition of Practical help for new supervisors found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Joan Giesecke, editor.|
|LC Classifications||Z682.2.U5 P73 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 117 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||117|
|LC Control Number||96035907|
4. General supervisor training for new supervisors. New Manager Foundations 1 hour. This course provides practical advice to help establish your identity as a leader, connect with your team and become a successful first-time manager. The Supervisor's Training Guide provides both the new and experienced supervisor with a practical and efficient way to understand and manage a diverse work force and to organize their time and communication so as to be a reliable contributor to the productivity of their organization.
In New Supervisor Training, training legend Elaine Biech presents innovative two-day, one-day, and half-day training workshops that help supervisors embrace their new roles and develop supervisory skills in five key areas: promoting communication, guiding the work, leading the workforce, coaching employee performance, and developing themselves.. Free Tools and . This book provides a user-friendly, comprehensive, and practical guide for clinical supervision, and enables readers to prepare themselves for the roles of both supervisor and supervised. It provides a clear and practical model for introducing supervision and .
The training question is, “How can HR help newly promoted supervisors and managers make a smooth transition from coworker to supervisor?” Here is how our training expert responded: “The first thing is to figure out how to convey your message in the language of the new supervisor,” says Management Consultant Mike Deblieux (ux. A: The Toolbox is a readily accessible source of help for the everyday challenges managers and supervisors face in supporting the success of their employees and teams. The publication includes 65 single-page worksheets, checklists, charts and models addressing such basic responsibilities as delegating, dealing with performance problems.
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The New Supervisor: How to Thrive in Your First Year as a Manager, by long-time management trainer Martin Broadwell and his daughter Carol Broadwell Dietrich, clearly and practically addresses many of the key issues of concern to anyone thrust into his or her very first position of corporate responsibility with little real training and no true by: 4.
Practical help for new supervisors. Chicago, IL: Supervisory Skills Committee, Personnel Administration Section, Library Administration and Management Association, the American Library Association, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Edward Garten; Joan Giesecke.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: v, 69 pages ; 23 cm: Contents: On becoming a supervisor / Joan Giesecke --Interviewing / Anne Rimmer --Orienting the new library employee / Katherine Branch --Performance appraisal / Joan Giesecke --Rewarding employees nonmonetarily / Irene M.
Padilla, Thomas H. Patterson. In short, Practical Supervision will help us all to grow into the truly reflective practitioners we are urged to be and wish to become.
-- from the foreword by Brigid Proctor and Francesca Inskipp I enjoyed this book. It is well structured, very accessible and, as the title suggests, practical, both for new and experienced by: 1.
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 3/5. It is a practical book (hence the title) on supervision in the helping professions. It is therefore appropriate for nursing and health professionals, social care, counselling settings, as well as residential or day centres/5.
New Supervisor Training is a practical, hands-on guide designed to help new and experienced supervisors make the transition from individual contributor to leader. This book offers its users all the materials needed to develop a new supervisor training program lasting from only a few hours to several days and includes all exercises, handouts, assessments, structured experiences.
The Supervisor’s Companion provides practical guidelines for supervisors and managers using relevant stories and a bit of humor so that learning this material is enjoyable and useful.
With a strong emphasis on developing effective communication skills, this book is designed to help the supervisor and employee succeed. [Read book] The Supervisor's Companion: A practical guide for new (and lightly trained) supervisors.
A comprehensive book that outlines practical steps new supervisors can take to face the challenges of leadership with confidence.
A companion volume to the From Bud to Boss book, designed to help you apply the knowledge gained to actual work experiences. I enjoyed this book. It is well structured, very accessible and, as the title suggests, practical, both for new and experienced supervisors. I particularly valued the frequent reflection points which encourage and challenge the reader to apply the text to their own practices.
--Robin Shohet, co-author of Supervision in the Helping Professions/5(16). Practical Supervision provides resources and further education for the more seasoned supervisor who wants to improve his or her supervision sessions.
As a clinician and experienced clinical supervisor, I believe this book is truly a manual for all new supervisors who are interested in improving the effectiveness of their supervision. The Supervisor’s Companion offers practical guidelines for supervisors and managers using relevant stories and a bit of humor, so that learning this material is enjoyable and useful.
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Very good read. Good to Great, by Jim Collins. Writing in The Harvard Business Review, John Coleman says this bestseller is required reading for young leaders. The book is based on a five-year research.
Concise and jargon-free, this introduction to supervision is ideal for new supervisors in social and health care, early years services, psychology, coaching and therapies of all kinds, as well as students on supervision training courses.
Category: Psychology Practical Supervision For Counsellors Who Work With Young People. New managers and supervisors, in particular, often solve problems and decisions by reacting to them.
They are "under the gun", stressed and very short for time. Consequently, when they encounter a new problem or decision they must make. New supervisors face a challenge when they first take on responsibility for the work of others.
They find themselves playing new roles and adjusting to new relationships. A study of the core tasks of supervision will help new supervisors make this personal adjustment. It provides a practical, down-to-earth and realistic approach to studying for a PhD and offers support and reassurance for both students and brand new sixth edition has been thoroughly updated and revised throughout, and includes/5(16).
The Supervisor’s Companion: A practical guide for new (and lightly trained) supervisors by Jeanne Thomas Hugg, a writer and human resources consultant, is a first-time supervisor’s survival kit. Frequently, new supervisors are promoted without any training. It’s assumed that a good worker will automatically make a good supervisor.
But as Hugg states. HANDBOOK FOR NEW ADMINISTRATORS AND SUPERVISORS. Office of Human Resources and Equal Opportunity.
El Monte Road, Los Altos Hills, CA Phone: (); Fax: ()File Size: 2MB. The Supervisor's Companion offers practical guidelines for supervisors and managers using relevant stories and a bit of humor, so that learning this material is enjoyable and useful. With a strong emphasis on developing effective communication skills, this book is designed to help both the manager and employee : CreateSpace Publishing.SECTION CHAPTER FOR NEW SUPERVISORS 1 Fundamentals of Supervision 1 The Heart of Supervision 2 Your Management Style 3 How to Listen The Heart of Supervision The Guardian Lions of the New York Public Library Listening Assessment 2 Getting Started 4 Effective Hiring 5 Onboarding Create a Selection Calendar.