Training new supervisors has a positive effect on all of the supervisor’s staff and produces more results than the supervisor was able to accomplish as an individual performer. While many companies offer some sort of management training, often it’s ineffective. But by adjusting when the training is conducted, what is included and who conducts it, you can make big differences in the effectiveness of your managers.
Author: Kathryn Tyler
Source: Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
Subjects: Education, Human Resources
Industry: Education / Training