Instead of focusing solely on the tool kit, start preparing supervisors three to six months before they take on the added responsibilities of the promotion. More often than not, employees are promoted due to technical ability rather than management skill. Supervisory candidates need to be developed, coached and possibly mentored so that they are fully equipped to start achieving results through others.
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