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Supervisors rate their relationship with immediate subordinates on a 5-point Likert scale ranging from 1 = strongly disagree to 5 = strongly agree.
First, early that month, a local daily revealed that, in 2009, the top authorities of the Poliria Nacional (National Police, PN) and some of their immediate subordinates had planned the murder of a retired general who was then the country's "anti-drug czar." Immediately after the articles were published, the government announced--and Congress quickly approved--the creation of a work group whose job is a most complex task, and one that has proved to be impossible in earlier attempts: cleansing the highly corrupt police force.
There is deep wisdom in the Arabian Nights story that the Caliph of Bagdad periodically put on beggar's clothes and went down into the city to find out what was really going on because his immediate subordinates clearly had no incentive to tell him the truth.
Basically, he gained a lot from what seems to be common sense advice about taking care to understand and follow up on customer contacts and to be more proactive about staff and production issues, especially training and mentoring his immediate subordinates in managerial roles.
Apart from the Team leaders and their immediate subordinates, The Pokemon Company has also introduced another trainer named Wally.
High ranking bureaucrats will exercise their power through their immediate subordinates over whom they have total control.

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