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Every supervisor needs to have a set of principles, values, and core beliefs that he needs to follow. The principles, values, and beliefs make up his doctrine of management. Webster defines doctrine as "the most basic beliefs, concepts, and attitudes of an individual or group." (Webster) I am discussing the principles, principles, and beliefs I as a supervisor will have to perform my job effectively. I will also discuss the unique biblical beliefs that encourage my management style. I think in a directive and conceptual conclusion style. If there is a small problem that requires a fast solution, I would use the directive decision style. This would be like a problem that I would have already dealt with previously. For larger barriers that come my way, I would take the conceptual strategy. Together with the conceptual decision style, I can hold meetings with other people in my staff and brainstorm different solutions to solving the problem. This could eventually result in the very best and most efficient solution. A supervisor needs to be in continuous communication with his team. The absence of communication may cause misunderstandings and dissatisfied employees. "Communication is the single most important ability of any boss." (About.com) I think this is announcement from about.com is completely right. To be able to direct, a leader needs to convey his requests on his followers. "Slaves should be submissive to their own masters in everything; they should become well-pleasing, not argumentative, not pilfering, but showing all good faith, so that in everything they may adorn the doctrine of God our Savior." (Titus 2:9-10) This verse has good guidelines on how employees are supposed to treat their companies. A supervisor must respect his employees in order to be.