Presents fundamentals of construction supervision including responsibilities of the construction superintendent, operations manager, general superintendent, and project engineer with factors relating to their work and that of their subordinates, aspects of job leadership, and effective human relations as related to efficient supervision. Lecture 3 hours per week.
GENERAL COURSE PURPOSE
To train future construction managers in the proper methods of supervision and leadership principles.
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:
B. become proficient in realizing the supervisor's relationship to employees and the management of human resources
C. develop an understanding of the group processes, communication and leadership skills
A. Supervisory environmentRevised 3/98
B. Decision making, organizing people, and resources
C. Motivation and direction of employees, leadership, power, and intimidation
D. Group behavior, communication skills, hiring process
E. Training of employees, performance appraisals, disciplinary action
F. People problems, union negotiations, time management
G. Resolving employee conflicts, management progress and trends