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A New Attitudes for Supervisors
Changes in corporate structure over the past several years have led many supervisors and middle managers to question their roles and responsibilities. To some of these people, the changes appear to be a death knell for anyone who is not either top management or support staff. The truth, however, is that middle managers can become even more integral than in the past simply by changing their objectives and refocusing their energies.
Sarene Byrne, senior vice-president and Eastern division manager of The Forum Corporation, a Boston-based organization that provides management training and consulting advice to business, believes the change …