Best Practices Manual

Best Practices Manual

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Best practices manual for supervisors
Jamie Chabitch
Axia online of University of Phoenix

1. Demonstrating Communication Skills
A. Communicating effectively
B. Determining the audience
2. Determining Effective Orientation and Training Methods
A. Orientation
B. Training
3. Improving Productivity for Teams
A. Improvement methods
B. Four steps for improvements
4. Conducting Performance Appraisals
A. Yearly performance appraisals
B. Structure of the performance appraisal
5. Resolving Conflict
A. Determining the conflict and developing polices
B. Confrontation strategies
6. Improving Employee Relations
A. Keeping employees happy
B. Communication

This "Best Practices" manual is being compiled, with the hopes of aiding supervisors for an easier transition into a company. Using best practices is an important detail in relation to becoming successful in management. Employees are encouraged to provide feedback concerning best practices already in use.
Implementing best practices have resulted in higher moral and increased productivity from all involved. Leadership strategies must be clearly understood at all levels of the organization. While there will be changes in procedures, a company will maintains high goals and standards through empowering the employees.
The following manual outlines six supervisory responsibilities and some basic guidelines for effectiveness. It is important to remember that with the variety of personalities in the workplace, each specific situation may be different for an individual.
The outlined supervisory responsibilities are as followed; Demonstrating communication skills, determining effective orientation and training methods, improving productivity for teams, resolving conflict, and improving employee relations. All six of these responsibilities are covered in this manual and are important for the supervisor (s) to follow them...

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