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How to Supervise People

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ConceptDraw MINDMAP Samples

Sample mind maps created in ConceptDraw MINDMAP that demonstrate the different capabilities and applications of the program for business, personal, or education use.

A detailed mind map that includes advice on how to supervise people.

How to Supervise People *

Example 1. How to Supervise People


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    How to Supervise People
    • Assess Performance and Take Action
      • Conduct a Lawful Discharge
    • Provide Effective, Positive Discipline
      • Deal with Difficult People
      • Recharge Yourself, Reduce Your Stress
      • Manage Change With Confidence
    • Avoid Common Management Mistakes
      • The Mistake
        • Mediocre Performance
        • Boring or Thankless Work
        • Money as a Motivator
        • Failure to Recognize and Praise Employees
      • The Four Step Praise Model
      • Create a Positive Work Environment
    • Practical Motivational Techniques
      • Spark Employee Motivation
      • Build and Gain Employee Loyalty and Commitment
      • Recharge the Top Performer
    • Improve Listening Skills
    • Choose a Leadership Style
      • Key Issues to Consider
        • The job to be done.
        • Social/emotional relationships.
        • Willingness/ability to take initiative.
    • Overcome the Early Problems of Leadership
      • Make the Transition Smoothly
      • Supervising Friends
      • Maintaining Peak Performance
      • Supervising Older/More Experienced Employees
      • Supervising Younger/Less Experienced Employees
      • Steering Clear of the Traps in Supervision
      • Set Clear Supervisory Boundaries
    • Plan for Managerial Success
      • Component One
        • A favorable attitude toward authority and toward people who are in charge
      • Component Two
        • The desire to compete, especially with peers
      • Component Three
        • The desire to assert oneself and take charge of situations.
      • Component Four
        • A desire to exercise power and authority over other people.
      • Component Five
        • A desire to behave in a distinctive and different way, to stand out from the crowd.
      • Component Six
        • A well-developed sense of responsibility in carrying out routine work.
    • Interviewing and Hiring
      • Recruitment Sources
        • Direct Sourcing
        • Referrals
        • Temp-to-Hire positions
        • Advertising
      • Reduce Employee Turnover with Researched Hiring and Interviewing Techniques
        • Behavior based interviewing
        • Open-ended questions
      • When Filling a Vacant Position
      • Interview Style and Formats
        • Panel
        • Group
        • Peer
        • Human resources representative versus hiring manager.
        • One-on-one.
      • The Interview Process
      • How Many Interviews are Enough?
      • Hire the Best Suited Candidate
    • Building a Highly Productive Team
    • Goal Setting and Productivity
      • Be SMART about Setting Goals
    • Job Assignment and Delegation
      • Why Don't We Delegate
      • Why Do Some Employees Resist Taking On Assignments?
      • What Can You Delegate?
      • Make Job Assignments: No-Nonsense Delegation Guidelines
      • Additional Hints
      • The Delegation Dilemna
    • Getting the Work Out: The Basic Work Plan
    • Train New and Seasoned Employees
    • Develop Advanced Communication Skills
      • Verbal Communication
      • Assert Yourself
      • Communicate Effectively

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  • ConceptDraw MINDMAP is effective for brainstorming, designing mind maps, idea generating, creative and lateral thinking, creativity and problem solving.
  • ConceptDraw MINDMAP is ideal for team and personal work in Business, Marketing and Project Management.
  • The libraries with large quantity of vector objects help to illustrate your mind maps and to make them bright, visual and comprehensible.
  • Use of View Navigator tool lets create presentations from a mind map: you can simply select the map parts you want to present, sequence your slides, and preview the presentation.
  • ConceptDraw MINDMAP provides wide capabilities of importing and exporting in various formats: Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, MS Excel, Mindjet MindManager, image, HTML, PDF file.





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