Any organization, ultimate goal is to select leaders who will create and drive value, whether they come from the legacy company, the acquired organization, or from the outside. Regardless of their past experiences, the new leaders must demonstrate leadership competencies and behaviours that are aligned with the strategy, operating model, and desired culture of the future organization.
The term training refers to the acquisition of knowledge, skills, and competencies as a result of the teaching of vocational or practical skills and knowledge that relate to specific useful competencies.
French (1946) report that in training foremen to handle interpersonal relations role playing, lecture, conference, reading and discussion.
Supervision means the act of watching over the work or tasks of another who may lack full knowledge of the concept at hand. Supervision does not mean control of another but guidance in a work, professional or personal context.
psychology and psychotherapy supervision refers to the system whereby therapists are expected to arrange another therapist for their own benefit or to discuss their work. It is part of professional good practice
Supervision is formally defined as a relationship between senior and junior member(s) of a profession that (a) is evaluative, (b) extends over time, (c) serves to enhance the skills of the junior person, (d) monitors the quality of the services offered by the junior person, and (e) acts as gate keeping to the profession (Bernard & Goodyear, 1992, 2004)
Supervision for Successful companies Prerequisites Knowledge Technical Skills Interpersonal Skills Supervision as Developmental Direct Assistance Curriculum Development Professional Development Group Development Action Research Organizational Goals Employee Needs Improved organization Learning Function Tasks Unification Product
Worthington (1987) reviewed developmental supervision models and noted patterns. Studies revealed the behavior of supervisors changed as supervisees gained experience, and the supervisory relationship also changed. There appeared to be a scientific basis for developmental trends and patterns in supervision