Unformatted text preview: to motivate their employees, delegate responsibilities, have great organizational skills, be a problem-solver for any employee issues as well as any company problems that may arise, be able to maintain a great attitude in front of customers, clients, other employees even after dealing someone irate, while also being able to meet the requirements and other expectations of the company. As for Roy he has been able to demonstrate all of this, negotiating union complaints with management at the company. I believe that Roy’s fellow employees would be grateful to have him as a supervisor. The employees value his opinions and like his style of management, or he would not have been elected as president twice, nor would he have been allowed to work in various areas within the union. I also think that the employees would feel they have a manager that will go over and beyond at performing his best if he accepts the position offered by the plant manager....
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- Summer '11
- Management, supervisor, Roy, good supervisor