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There is probably no relation more important and more balanced than that of the subordinate to his immediate superior.






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It is in the relation between a subordinate and his immediate superior that most breakdowns of co-ordination and communication between various parts of the organizational structure finally show up. It is here that distortions of personal attitude an emotional disturbances become more pronounced. The importunate of this relation and consequences of maladjustment are matter s f common observation. Personal dependence upon the views, decisions and whims, in some cases, makes supervisory position basically insecure. He feels a constant need to adjust himself to the demands of his superior and to seek his approval. He tends to evaluate everything he does in terms of his superior's reaction. He tends to evaluate everything he does in terms of his superior's reaction. He tends to evaluate everything his superior does, in terms of what is means to mutual relations. In some cases, thus pre-occupation with what the superior thinks becomes so acute that it affects virtually all his actions and his interpretation of events. He may refrain from doing anything for fear of drawing disapproval. Considerable time is spent in anticipating reactions of superior and figuring on explanations and acceptable reasons.

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