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MGT 150 - Supervision

This course is a study of supervisory principles and techniques required to effectively manage human resources in an organization.



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Pedagogical Approach & Learning Outcomes

Pedagogical Approach

  • Cases
  • Assignments
  • Activities
  • Discussions

Learning Outcomes

  • Introduction and Fundamentals of Supervision
  • Functions, Roles, Responsibilities, and Challenges of the Supervisor
  • Transition from Employee to Supervisor:  The First 90 Days
  • Communication:  You and the Boss
  • Communication:  You and the Employee
  • Communication:  You and Other Management
  • Managing Yourself:  Organization, Time Management, Planning, and Goal Setting
  • Managing Employees:  Motivation and Leadership
  • Managing Employees:  Developing Effective Groups and Leading Powerful Meetings
  • Managing Employees:  Staffing, Recruiting, Retention, and Termination
  • Managing Employees:  Performance Appraisals Managing Employees:  Training and Development
  • Managing Problems:  Finding Solutions, Making Decisions, and Creativity
  • Managing the Workplace:  Productivity and Getting Work Done
  • Managing the Workplace:  Conflict, Negotiation, Discipline, Politics, and Dealing with Stress
  • Managing the Workplace:  Ethics, Change, and Health & Safety

Assessment & Other Information


Viewing of reading materials and completion of assigned work.

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