With the Caliper’s Advisor Competency Report for Corporate Supervisor, you will gain a clear, accurate picture of an individual’s strengths, limitations and overall potential.
This product features:
- A comprehensive report that supports selection and development
- A detailed analysis of the individual’s strengths and opportunities for development
- Descriptions of potential competencies and representative behaviours in practical, intuitive terms
- A phone consultation to help you understand the report and its implications
- Behavioural-based interview questions tailored to assessment results in recruitment reports
- Managing for Success suggestions, which include coaching recommendations and tips for working with the individual
- A Function-Fit index and/or Caliper Consultant’s recommendation can be included.
Corporate Supervisors are responsible for directing, coordinating, and managing a group of individuals in an office setting. They set priorities according to established goals, clearly define work expectations, and encourage collaboration and teamwork to complete necessary tasks. They work in a corporate environment and supervise a group of professional employees.
Examples of Corporate Supervisor Positions are:
Office Supervisor, Assistant Manager, Team Leader, Workflow Supervisor, Office Manager, Accounting Manager, Administrative Manager, Customer Service Manager.
COMPETENCY AREAS MEASURED BY THIS REPORT:
Directing – Corporate Supervisors manage the contributions and performance of individuals and teams to ensure company objectives are achieved and standards are met. This involves communicating with others to make clear what is expected of them and conveying expectations about timeliness and quality.
Planning and Priority Setting – They identify the priorities, processes, and practical actions that are necessary to achieve an objective or an idea. This requires developing detailed action or project plans including objectives, accountabilities, time frames, standards, review stages, and contingencies.
Team Building – They enable and encourage group members to work together to complete tasks and accomplish goals that individual members could not accomplish alone.
Communicating – They provide the information required by others in a concise, direct, and unambiguous way. They strive to ensure that the receiver clearly understands the specifics of their message and they are able to listen to, receive, and understand messages conveyed by others.
Coaching and Developing Others – Corporate Supervisors provide quality time and planned commitment to direct reports as well as processes and opportunities for them to understand their strengths and limitations in relation to a range of high-quality and relevant competencies.
Organisational Savvy – They gather and accurately assess information related to the organization’s formal and informal communication channels and power relationships.
Composure and Resiliency – They are able to deal effectively with pressure, maintain focus and intensity, and remain optimistic and persistent, even under adversity. This includes the ability and propensity to recover quickly from setbacks, rejections, and conflicts and to maintain self-control in the face of hostility or provocation.
Conflict Management – They address problems openly and objectively and bring substantial conflicts and disagreements into the open with the intention of resolving issues in an unemotional and constructive manner.