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NCJ Number: 50609 Find in a Library
Title: CAN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONSHIP BE LEARNED?
Journal: TASMANIA POLICE JOURNAL  Volume:53  Issue:2  Dated:(MARCH 1978)  Pages:12-13,15
Author(s): B W MCCANN
Corporate Author: Tasmania Police Assoc
Australia
Date Published: 1978
Page Count: 3
Sponsoring Agency: Tasmania Police Assoc
Hobart, 7001, Australia
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: Australia
Annotation: 'INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS' IS DEFINED AS THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN A SUPERVISOR AND SUBORDINATES. BASIC PRINCIPLES OF LEADERSHIP ARE PRESENTED AND APPLIED TO DAILY POLICE OPERATIONS.
Abstract: THE IMPORTANCE OF LEADERSHIP TRAINING IS DISCUSSED. IT IS STATED THAT LEADERS ARE 'MADE, NOT BORN.' THE PSYCHOLOGICAL NEEDS OF HUMAN BEINGS ARE THEN DISCUSSED AND THE IMPORTANT ROLE THESE NEEDS PLAY IN INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS IS DESCRIBED. THE POLICE OFFICER-LEADER SHOULD BE READY TO SATISFY THE NEED FOR RECOGNITION AS AN INDIVIDUAL, THE NEED TO BE PROUD OF ONES WORK, THE NEED TO BELONG, THE NEED FOR FAIR TREATMENT, THE NEED FOR ACCOMPLISHMENT, THE NEED TO BE HEARD, AND THE NEED TO MAINTAIN STATUS. THE IMPORTANCE OF GOOD COMMUNICATIONS IS ALSO DISCUSSED. THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN AN EASYGOING SUPERVISOR AND AN EFFECTIVE POLICE OFFICER ARE EXAMINED. THE IMPORTANCE OF EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP TO DEPARTMENT MORALE IS EMPHASIZED. THE INFORMATION IS PRESENTED IN PRACTICAL TERMS AND IS DIRECTED TOWARD THE WORKING POLICE OFFICER IN AUSTRALIA. (GLR)
Index Term(s): Australia; Management; Personnel administration; Police; Supervision; Supervisory training
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