PRLog - May 10, 2014 - BOSTON -- Fear. Dread. Worry. Nervousness. Anxiety. Aversion.
Learn Best Management Practices
Supervisors often feel a lack of confidence and down right fear when it comes to managing employees; and it is completely natural…
Because being an effective supervisor is a learned skill. Yet many supervisors are promoted or hired into roles where they are managing people for the first time without any previous training or education in how to supervise.
How To Supervise – What Your Boss Never Told You Before You Took The Job by Dianne Shaddock is an easy to read yet powerful supervisor toolkit that will give both new and seasoned managers a crystal clear understanding of the best practices for managing staff – in an easily digestible format.
About the Author:
Dianne has over 20 years of experience as an HR consultant and business partner with premier organizations in the Northeast including Harvard University and Massachusetts General Hospital as well as with small business owners. Her coaching and guidance on the best practices of hiring staff, managing employee issues, diversity, training, employee policy development and more have helped supervisors successfully navigate the often-murky waters of employee management.
Dianne's advice has been featured in several online publications including The Wall Street Journal, Business Insider, AOL Jobs, Career Builder, Chief Executive.net and more: http://easysmallbusinesshr.com/
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