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normally in charge ofarrangingschedules when teammembers work in shifts.Evaluating performance:Employee feedback andappreciation programmes arefrequently developed orimplemented by supervisors.Setting employee and teamgoals, as well as selectingappropriate rewards foraccomplishments, may fallunder this obligation. Asalesperson, for example,
may be eligible for a bonus iftheyexceed their monthly quota.This is also a good moment togive both positive andconstructive criticism.Managing team schedule:In some cases, organizations may have set working hours for their entireworkforce, so managers won't need to make any adjustments. On the other hand, when team memberswork in shifts, timetables are typically set by supervisors.Performance evaluation:Supervisors routinely create or execute programs for employee feedback andgratitude. This responsibility could include choosing appropriate incentives for success as well as settingindividual and team goals. If a salesman beats their monthly quota, they can be entitled for a bonus.Additionally, this is a terrific time to ofer both enlightening praise and useful criticism.Assisting in team problem-solving:If a person is unhappy with their workplace, they should first speak totheir supervisor before contacting HR. Supervisors must demonstrate active listening skills in order tounderstand employee problems and work with them to find a solution. The supervisor will almost likely needto bring up the issue with top management if a worker alleges that a coworker or a member of managementhas violated company policies.Question 2Match the leadership style on the left to the description on the right:Authoritarianorautocratic leadershipParticipativeordemocratic2. Involves somebody speaking from a position of power andexercising tight control over their subordinates.1. Gives guidance to the team, but also seek their input and opinionswhen making decisions.
Laissez-fairestyleTransactionalleadershipTransformationalleadershipSituationalleadership3. Involves giving people a job and a possible direction and lettingthem do it themselves.5. Involves setting out clear goals and objectives, along with thecorresponding rewards and punishment.6. The leader will offer some kind of personal transformation to thefollower.4. Involves modifying your style of leadership to suit the particularsituation.

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