To conclude, supervisor initiatives should envisage all dimensions of work place, home and society. Quality efforts should generate a continuous drive for self-actualization of human potential at work place, happiness at home and prosperity of society at large.
Communication can be defined as a process, which links people and system to produce an effective organization. Supervisors are involved in two kind of communication-interpersonal and organization. The former is a process of sharing information and understanding between two people or a small group: the latter makes use of systems to share information and understanding with large number of people.
Supervisor can minimized the barriers to organizational communication if mechanisms are employed to overcome constraints caused by organizational structure; if communication channel are kept open; if a positive environment is maintained; and if various different means of communications are employed (Yvonne, 1999, p.158).
All employees in he organization should feel that they could express their observation and constructive criticisms, both vertically and horizontally. Benefits include improved morale, increased employee participation in achievement of organizational objectives and greater loyalty to the organization.
Supervisor plays an important role in the success, efficiency and soundness of an organization.
The ‘Team’, its people, their caliber and their attitude to succeed and out perform determine success of any organization. Employees are the only resource, which is capable of self-propulsion and value addition. Unlike any machinery that gets devalued or depreciated with time and age, the human resource i.e. people appreciates with age and experience (Silbiger, p.156). So they are very special but this fruitful only if people are developed and kept satisfied. It is unlikely that any improvement can be made in terms of production, productivity, quality or customer service until people are developed.
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