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As a manager with a
number of subordinate supervisors, one of the employees consistently
bypasses your subordinate supervisor and brings issues and problems
directly to you. What action, if any, will you take?
You’ve just appointed
a new supervisor for your best section. The section has nearly perfect
attendance and consistently produces the most work with the fewest
mistakes. The supervisor states that work takes priority and that only
essential conversations should take place. What will you do?
A subordinate supervisor
directs an employee to correct a potentially unsafe action. The
employee refuses. What is your direction to the supervisor?
One of your subordinate supervisors
without talking to you has taken a personnel issue to your supervisor.
What will you do?
You've been told by a
number of staff that one of your subordinate supervisors is
documenting everything that you do. What actions, if any, will
You've initiated a major
change in policy in your organization. One of your subordinate
supervisors is resisting the change to the point where their
resistance may influence other employees. What actions, if any, will
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