Aug 5, 2019
In the last episode, we established that supervision is when people don’t take things as far as they can without a manager following up or offering assistance; it is the act of making sure that someone does what they already know how to do. Management, on the other hand, is when someone takes something as far as they can, then a manager supports them in growing and learning.
But that’s just the content of the manager-employee relationship, as well as the parent-child relationship, which is when most of us first encounter supervision.
So, today, I’m going to set up the context of this relationship dynamic through the lens of something we can probably all relate to: not wanting to do our laundry when we were children.
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