Managerial Functions

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Managerial Functions After studying this chapter you will be able to: Summarize the difficulties supervisors face in fulfilling managerial roles Explain why effective supervisors should have a variety of skills Define management and discuss how the primary managerial functions are  interrelated Discuss the important characteristics of the supervisor as a team leader Explain the difference between management and leadership The Person In The Middle Difficulties supervisors face in fulfilling managerial roles: Employees see their supervisors as being management, but supervisors are  subordinates to their own managers at higher levels To supervisors of other departments, supervisors are colleagues who must  cooperate with each other Supervisors must have both good working knowledge of the jobs being  performed in their departments and the ability to manage Supervising with co-workers  Supervising people younger than you Managerial Skills Make the Difference Effective supervisors must:
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course SPEA-V 241 taught by Professor Hughes during the Spring '10 term at Indiana.

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