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The Supervision Concept

Supervision, like many in our industry, is an activity based on specialized techniques that aims to use proportionately the factors that make possible the execution of work processes: human resources, raw materials, equipment, machinery, tools, money, and other elements that either directly or not intervene in the production of goods, services and products made to satisfy an increasingly demanding market, and that through their use contribute to the success of the company.

Today more and more, we require men with the ability to produce in a motivating environment for their employees.

To supervise it requires: planning, organizing, directing, executing and constantly providing feedback, likewise, it asks us for perseverance, perseverance and dedication coupled with the need for interpersonal skills.

Supervision is the constant observation, identification, analysis and recording of each and every one of the activities carried out in a specific work area. It includes a process of compiling information on each of the aspects of the projects designed to achieve objectives, ensuring the progress of all activities carried out by the members of the work team, making use of systems, resulting in the registration and healthy communication of the correct information to all those involved in the project.

Basic Rules For Supervising Staff

1. Clearly determine the supervisor's work

This implies communicating to subordinates the basic reason for supervising them.

2. Define the levels of performance to be required

Supervisors must establish the levels of work they expect from workers.

3. Establish the forms or methods of supervision

The employee must know from the beginning how to measure his performance and what he is expected to do or produce.

4. Set the correction mechanisms

You must design what you're going to do if you find a difference between what you had to do and what you did.

5. Take an interest in self-supervision

The supervisor should train employees so that they themselves detect faults and can correct them, without the need for help. Supervision should not be the same for all employees. Rather, each supervisor must act with individual circumstances.

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