A Supervisor's Role in Employee Development Plans

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How does the supervisor help the process? When a supervisor takes time to help create development plans for employees, they build leadership skills and improve their department's performance and productivity. Development plans can involve several core categories. For example, a development plan should specify competencies needed for the role, skills needed for improvement, strategic learning objectives, and individual and departmental goals. The first steps to completing an effective development plan are as follows

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