MGMT 207 - Principles of Supervision
An overview of supervision, including investigating leadership styles, considering the role of the manager as a first-line supervisor and delegator. Practical situations and examples emphasize achieving organizational objectives through effective communications, day-to-day problem solving, planning, leadership, decision making, and motivating workers for effective productivity. PREREQUISITE(S): MGMT 101 , appropriate work experience, or consent of department. Three hours each week. Formerly MG 102.
3 semester hours
Upon course completion, a student will be able to:
- Identify the qualities needed to be a supervisor.
- Articulate the process of the transition from employee to supervisor.
- Identify basic steps in building sound relationships with employees.
- Distinguish the various strategies of handling the problem employee.
- Explain how delegating, time management and setting priorities assist an efficient supervisor.
- Explain the importance of a supervisor’s effective use of leadership and communication skills with employees in the workplace.
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