Top 10 mistakes of New Supervisors

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Do you have new or struggling supervisors? Did you promote from within? Often times business owners and senior managers look to their highest performing employees to become supervisors when a position becomes available. The hope is that these employees will teach and motivate others to be as good as they were in that position. The reality though, is that leading and teaching are very different from implementing instructions from others or taking initiative on one’s own. It is particularly difficult to lead others who, until the promotion, were the supervisor’s peers. As you promote your best employees into supervisory positions, share these common pitfalls with them and provide direction to help them to continue to be the great performer they have been to date.

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Top 10 mistakes of New Supervisors

  1. 1. Top 10 Mistakes of New Supervisors Presented by Ascend Training Solutions
  2. 2. Have you noticed any of these behaviors in your workplace? May be causing: •Stunted company growth •High employee turn over •Loss of revenue and sales •Increase customer dissatisfaction •Profit loss •Budget concernsFull Article Facebook.com/ascendtraining Twitter.com/robinssue
  3. 3. Seizing power and attemptingto hold onto itFull Article Facebook.com/ascendtraining Twitter.com/robinssue
  4. 4. Failing to solicit feedbackFull Article Facebook.com/ascendtraining Twitter.com/robinssue
  5. 5. Delegating without authorizingFull Article Facebook.com/ascendtraining Twitter.com/robinssue
  6. 6. Reprimanding employees in thepresence of othersFull Article Facebook.com/ascendtraining Twitter.com/robinssue
  7. 7. Supervising everyone the same wayFull Article Facebook.com/ascendtraining Twitter.com/robinssue
  8. 8. Keeping the interesting work forthemselvesFull Article Facebook.com/ascendtraining Twitter.com/robinssue
  9. 9. Siding with team membersFull Article Facebook.com/ascendtraining Twitter.com/robinssue
  10. 10. Distancing themselves from thosethey superviseFull Article Facebook.com/ascendtraining Twitter.com/robinssue
  11. 11. Promoting an us vs. them attitudeFull Article Facebook.com/ascendtraining Twitter.com/robinssue
  12. 12. Engaging in illegal behaviorsFull Article Facebook.com/ascendtraining Twitter.com/robinssue
  13. 13. Full Article Sue Robins owner and lead trainer at Ascend Training Solutions, can help you prepare and equip your new managers. For more information: Visit our site ascendtrainingsolutions.com LIKE US Facebook.com/ascendtraining Follow Us Twitter.com/robinssue1-855-868-7246 (1-855 - TO -TRAIN)Cell: 310-529-767310866 Washington Blvd., #724 Culver City, CA 90232sue@ascendtrainingsolutions.com

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