Supervisory Lessons and Case Examples: Coaching and Mentoring
Do not underestimate the importance of supervisory, coaching and mentoring skills. It is dangerous to throw new employees into a daily routine without much direction or training. Annual reports of publicly traded companies reveal that the most common root cause for material weaknesses is under-supervised or under-trained personnel. This is clear evidence that money is well spent on management and staff development, especially for those in key decision-making positions. Coaching and mentoring pays dividends by helping to ensure that personnel are well prepared to reach higher levels of responsibility, while supervisory controls are necessary to help ensure competence and accountability.
This session is ideal for all levels of management in industry or public accounting. Specific objectives and topics include: