Supervision is a task that leaves that supervisor in a quandary. How much does one supervise? Does one give total freedom to employees that are being supervised, or does one breathe down their necks to micromanage them? The key to this question is to understand that there is no single approach that supervisors can take at all times and in all situations, because different approaches are needed at different points of time for different employees. Supervisors need to use the proper approach with the appropriate person in a given situation, simply because the people and situations vary each time.
Attaining this technique is the key to successful supervision. This is brought about by versatile leadership. Versatile leadership can be described as a tool that makes supervisors effectively manage and help employees to optimize their abilities, or “being all they can be’. This technique increases the levels of their motivation and the willingness and appetite to make contributions to the organization. Versatile leadership can be quite simple to comprehend and can be easily implemented.
A training session that helps understand versatile leadership
A webinar that will discuss the versatile leadership model and demonstrate its applicability in a wide variety of employment situations is being organized by TrainHR, a leading provider of professional trainings for the HR industry. Harry Brull, who is President, Laurdan Associates, Inc. and Co-Founder of BCG Consulting Group, will be the speaker at this session, which has been approved for 1 HR (General) recertification credit hours toward aPHR, PHR, PHRca, SPHR, GPHR, PHRi and SPHRi recertification through HR Certification Institute (HRCI).
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A discussion of all the areas of versatile leadership
Brull will examine how versatile leadership seeks to fill an important void in the way we have learnt about leadership historically. He will then offer an explanation of the model and the tools that versatile leadership makes available to the leader. He will help participants choose their own preferred leadership approach and offer real life scenarios to make them understand when each approach is appropriate and when it is not.
He will offer to participants the tools needed to translate the theory of versatile leadership into real-world effective leadership practices that are designed to motivate employees and ensure success in their professions. Brull will offer an understanding of how overusing one style of versatile leadership and underplaying or overlooking others may be detrimental to the organization. The aim of versatile leadership is to eventually bring about a contented and motivated employee who performs consistently to the organization’s level of expectation, and Brull will show ways of doing that.