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A collection of thought-provoking stories, leadership lessons, and tips for supervisors and managers at all levels of the organization. Real · Timely · Relevant · Inspiring Welcome to The Supervisors How-To Blog! As the author of this blog series, allow me to share how it came to be.
Becoming a new supervisor is much like entering the jungle, where the path is windy, the trees full of surprises, and wildlife is running about! Survival is key and supervisors need the essential skills to learn the ropes as a new leader. I refer to this new environment as the