The Supervisor as a leader. Part 1

United States, 1944

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Episode of Series “Problems in supervision”
Several workmen are asked what they consider to be the attributes of a good supervisor. The four most important qualities are: always keep promises, never take credit for someone else’s work, don’t pass the buck and don’t play favourites



F.E. Brooker

production company

Caravel Films

United States. Office of Education. Division of Visual Aids






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