How effective is supervisor training? The studies quoted here suggest that the circumstances in which it is given have a crucial influence on its effectiveness: training given too late in life can be a complete waste of time, and indifference or hostility in an immediate superior can produce the same result. The authors recommend a closer matching of training with job demands and that selection and training should be combined into a single programme. This article makes particularly interesting reading after the recent publication of the ‘Report of the Committee on the Selection and Training of Supervisors’, which was reviewed last month.
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