- Publisher: SkillPath
- Editor: Kelly Scanlon
- ISBN: 1-57294-067-0
- Published: July 10, 1997
Do you know the 12 common nightmares of leadership and what you can do about them?
- Help! I’m supervising a “friend”
- Help! I’m supervising someone I passed over
- Help! I have a “know-it-all” employee
- Help! People keep going behind my back
- Help! I’m supervising an employee older than me
- Help! Two of my employees constantly fight and bicker
- Help! I think one of my employees has a serious problem
- Help! My supervisor is into conflict avoidance
- Help! My supervisor micromanages and nitpicks at everything I do
- Help! My supervisor yells, shouts and throws temper tantrums
- Help! Other departments won’t cooperate with me
- Help! The rumor mill is out of control
Turn any situation to your advantage — calmly, effectively, and productively through case studies, role-playing and practical advice on how to handle sticky situations with employees.
Coping with Supervisory Nightmares helps you expand and improve your communication and administrative ability because your long-term success as a supervisor means knowing how to solve a problem before it turns into a nightmare!