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Comparing and contrasting leadership roles: Manager vs. supervisor Team B: Jennifer Edwards, Patricia Conedy, & Marquisha Millsap HCS/449 August 5, 2015 Janine Lewis
Manager vs. Supervisor Role: Manager vs. Supervisor Managers and supervisors provide leadership direction to employees in the healthcare organization. The healthcare manger is responsible for the recruitment and the retention of employees within the healthcare organization. In addition, to the development training of staff, but to ensure the achievement of performance measures are met. Additionally, oversee the allocation of funds needed to run a department or service. In comparison, the role of the supervisor is to over the employee’s daily task to ensure the manager’s measures are met (Longest et al., 2000). In comparison, the responsibility of the supervisor service as a liaison between the mangers and employee’s. Also, the responsibility is to ensure information received and the correct information is delivered to others. However, supervisors do not have the same authority as manager. Supervisors also carry out the work. Functions of the manager and supervisor The function of the manger is to delegate and manger the overall process of a department or service. Because, manger’s posse conceptual, technical, and interpersonal skills to be affective as a leader. Their function is to plan, organize, control, staffing, and provide direction, make decision to minimize patient complaints, and develop internal and external relationships. The manager’s ability to provide direction is determined by setting the priorities on what needs to be accomplished to meet the performance target. Part of accomplishing the performance target the manger designates the reporting responsibility to create teamwork assignments to supervisors. While, managing human resources to train and Implement new incentive compensation program for staff. Plus, oversee the financial budget matters to ensure patient care provided ((Lombardi & Schermerhorn, 2007). In contrast, the supervisor main focus is in the area where the actual work
Manager vs. Supervisor is binging done. There, responsibility of the supervisor includes assigning the workload for the day and modified assignment as needed to complete the task. Also, monitor and review employee’s performance (samples.jbpub.com). Accountabilities & Core Competencies Plowman (2011), a supervisor is responsible for the day-to-day operations of employees within a department. They are responsible for directing the work and goals of individual employees. Assigns tasks to individual employees and realigns tasks among employees. A supervisor is promoted from within and has extensive knowledge about the positions he or she is overseeing. A manager is responsible for the high-level success of the department as a whole.

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