Supervisory Skills Assessment
To be an effective supervisor or manager, you must have an extensive set of skills ranging from planning and delegation to communication and motivation. Because the skill set is so wide, it's tempting to build skills in the areas of management that you're already comfortable with. But, for your long-term success, it's wise to analyze your skills in all areas of management – and then to challenge yourself to improve in all of these areas.
This quiz seeks to help you to identify your areas of strength and weakness, so that you focus your attention and resources on the areas you need to develop your skills further.
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When I delegate work, I give it to whoever has the most time available.
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I believe in giving members of my team a lot of room to decide how to get things done.
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I bring my team members to book when their behavior negatively impact our business.
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I think that the statement "If you want a job done well, do it yourself" is true.
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I have regular meetings with my team to keep abreast of the progress being made.
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I believe my team members should be kept up to date with as many aspects of the organization’s affairs as possible so that they know what's going on around them.
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I don’t feel comfortable handling conflicts within my department.
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My approach to disciplining team members is to give them a chance to correct their behaviour.
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I have a complete understanding of all aspects of the work of my department and that is all that matters.
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Technical skills are the most important skills that I need to be an effective supervisor.
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