“A real leader or supervisor’s success is not solely measured on their personal ability, but is better measured by the success of the team they lead. This success is based both on the personal and professional growth of the team they lead.” R. Scott Smith.
It can take years, if not decades, to realize the wisdom of the quote above. Becoming a great Maintenance Supervisor and demonstrating true leadership requires the mix of the right traits, skills that are honed through the years, and the maturity and humility to learn from mistakes.
Maintenance Supervisors are the front line of leadership; they are the ‘sharp end of the spear’!