Question: What is the ideal kind of relationship between a supervisor and subordinate?

The subordinate has to respect the supervisors ability to manage and the supervisor has to respect the employee. It should be a relationship where there is open communication between the parties. It is also important that each person knows their role and what is expected of them in order to meet objectives.

How do I maintain my relationship with my employees?

How To Have Strong Employee/Employer Relations1) Dont Micromanage. 2) Embrace Diversity. 3) Maintain An Open-Door Policy. 4) Work On Your People Skills. 5) Communicate With Your Employees Face-To-Face. 6) Conduct Performance Reviews. 7) Create Employee Development Plans. 8) Spend Quality Time With Your Employees.More items

What are the five communication skills of effective supervisors and managers?

Terms in this set (5)expressive speakers. express their thoughts, ideas and feelings and speak up at meetings- extraversion.emphatic listeners. persuasive leaders. sensitivity to feelings. informative managers.

Which of these is the most important tool of communication?

Explanation: Language is the most important tool of communication. The word communication is derived from the Latin word “communicare”, which means to share. Body language, posture and gestures are also important tools of communication; but they are secondary to language.

Which of these is a result of effective communication?

Improves productivity With effective communication, conflicts are resolved quickly, employees can better manage their workload and distractions are minimized. These benefits contribute to greater productivity for you and your team.

Do supervisors get paid more than employees?

It doesnt happen often, but from time to time a supervisor may make less money than an employee who reports to him or her. When an employee earns more than his or her supervisor, it is normally because the employees technical skills are worth more than those of the supervisor.

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