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  • As a Planner - A supervisor has to plan the daily work schedules in the factory. At the same time he has to divide the work to various workers according to their abilities.As a Manager - It is righty said that a supervisor is a part of the management team of an enterprise. He is, in fact, an operative manager.As a Guide and Leader - A factory supervisor leads the workers by guiding them the way of perform their daily tasks. In fact, he plays a role of an inspirer by telling them.As a Mediator - A Supervisor is called a linking pin between management and workers. He is the spokesperson of management as well as worker.As an Inspector - An important role of supervisor is to enforce discipline in the factory. For this, the work includes checking progress of work against the time schedule, recording the work performances at regular intervals and reporting the deviations if any from those. He can also frame rules and regulations which have to be followed by workers during their work.As a Counselor - A supervisor plays the role of a counselor to the worker’s problem. He has to perform this role in order to build good relations and co-operation from workers. This can be done not only by listening to the grievances but also handling the grievances and satisfying the workers.
  • Unit 6 directing

    1. 1. DirectingThe heart of the Managerial ProcessProf. Preeti BhaskarSymbiosis Centre for ManagementStudies, Noida
    2. 2. Chapter outline• Meaning and Importance• Elements of Direction• Supervision-meaning and importance• Motivation-meaning and importance of motivation• Leadership- meaning, importance, qualities of a goodleader, Managerial Grid, Management v/s Leadership• Communication-Formal and informal communication andbarriers to effective communication
    3. 3. • DIRECTING is said to be a process in which themanagers instruct, guide and oversee theperformance of the workers to achievepredetermined goals.• Directing is said to be the heart of managementprocess. Planning, organizing,staffing have got no importanceif direction function does nottake place
    4. 4. "Activating deals with the steps a managertakes to get sub-ordinates and others tocarry out plans“- Newman and Warren.
    5. 5. Advantages of directing• Initiates actions to get the desired results in an organization.• Attempts to get maximum out of employees by identifyingtheir capabilities.• Essential to keep the elements likesupervision, motivation, leadership and communicationeffective.• Ensures that every employee work for organizational goals.• Coping up with the changes in the organization is possiblethrough effective direction.• Stability and balance can be achieved through directing.
    6. 6. Models for DirectingBehavioralModelAutocraticModelCustodialModelSupportiveModelCollegialmodelManagementModelTraditionalModelHumanRelationModelHumanresourceModel
    7. 7. Elements of DirectionSupervisionMotivationLeadershipCommunication
    8. 8. Supervision
    9. 9. “Supervision is the function ofassuring that the work is beingdone as per plan and instruction”Davis
    10. 10. Role of SupervisorAs a PlannerAs a ManagerAs a Guide and LeaderAs a MediatorAs an InspectorAs a Counselor
    11. 11. Functions of a SupervisorPlanning and OrganizingProvision of working conditionsLeadership and GuidanceMotivationControllingLinking PinGrievance HandlingReportingIntroducing new work methodsEnforcing Discipline
    12. 12. Leadership
    13. 13. What is a Leader?• A Leader is someone in authority to leadothers to accomplish a goal(s).• A leader needs to be able to motivateothers to accomplish a goal(s) while at thesame time encourage others to worktoward their own professional goals.
    14. 14. What is leadership?Leading peopleInfluencing peopleCommanding peopleGuiding people
    15. 15. Leadership is influencing people to follow in theachievement of specialized goalKoontz and O’ DonnellLeadership is the activity of influencing people to strivewillingly for group objectivesGeorge R Terry
    16. 16. What skills do leaders need?•Determining valuesand priorities•Identifying cognitive style•Assessing attitude toward change•Coping with stressors•Managing time•Delegating•Using the rational approach•Using the creative approach•Fostering innovation in othersPersonalSkillsManagingstressSolvingProblemscreativelyDevelopingSelf-awareness
    17. 17. Gaining powerand influencesCommunicationsupportivelyManagementConflictMotivatingothersInterpersonalSkills•Gaining power•Exercise influence•Empowering others•Coaching•Counseling•Listening•Identifying causes•Selecting appropriatestrategies•Resolving confrontations• Diagnosing poorperformance• Creating a motivatingenvironment• Rewarding accomplishment
    18. 18. Managers vs. LeadersManagers• Focus on things• Do things right• Plan• Organize• Direct• Control• Follows the rulesLeaders• Focus on people• Do the right things• Inspire• Influence• Motivate• Build• Shape entities
    19. 19. Common Activities• Planning• Organizing• Directing• Controlling
    20. 20. PlanningManager• Planning• Budgeting• Sets targets• Establishesdetailed steps• AllocatesresourcesLeader• Devises strategy• Sets direction• Creates vision
    21. 21. OrganizingManager• Creates structure• Job descriptions• Staffing• Hierarchy• Delegates• TrainingLeader• Gets people onboard for strategy• Communication• Networks
    22. 22. Directing WorkManager• Solves problems• Negotiates• Brings toconsensusLeader• Empowerspeople• Cheerleader
    23. 23. ControllingManager• Implementscontrol systems• Performancemeasures• Identifiesvariances• Fixes variancesLeader• Motivate• Inspire• Gives sense ofaccomplishment
    24. 24. AutocraticDemocraticFree reinStyles ofLeadership
    25. 25. Autocratic leaderABCDEF
    26. 26. Democratic leaderABCDEF