As a leadership role front liner, the position of a supervisor is vital. A supervisor must be able to perform two main functions, which are: run the decisions made by his/her superior as well as provide information/advice to his/her superior. These two main functions, added with the ability to bring about positive change towards progress, could be the key to success or failure of the management decisions implementation.
The success of a supervisor is measured according to the results achieved by his/her working group. An effective supervisor must be able to supervise, direct and control subordinates to achieve the expected results. The capability can be achieved when supervisors completely and precisely aware and understand as well as practice their role towards the effective supervisory.
This three-day program introduces supervisory general skills focuses on the detail aspects of human relationships dealt with the task of supervisor as well as the required interpersonal skills.