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The Supervisor’s Companion
A practical guide for new (and lightly trained) supervisors
by Jeanne Thomas Hugg
Non Fiction – Business/Finance
Reviewed on 07/13/2013

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Reviewed by Danita Dyess for Readers’ Favorite

The Supervisor’s Companion: A practical guide for new (and lightly trained) supervisors by Jeanne Thomas Hugg, a writer and human resources consultant, is a first-time supervisor’s survival kit. Frequently, new supervisors are promoted without any training. It’s assumed that a good worker will automatically make a good supervisor. But as Hugg states, “When someone is responsible for training, motivating and leading others, unbridled enthusiasm and an overconfident ego can cause problems….

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