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Second, he presents a 10-step subordinate counseling session structure.
Yet Rick's situation involves not lack of authority or expertise--they are adequately trained, have the necessary skills, and he wants them to take ownership--but lack of willingness on the part of subordinates to accept the level of empowerment offered by their manager.
Even when they find a subordinate to be dislikable, physician executives do not appear to become overly forceful in the way they communicate to persuade the subordinate.
The intentionally subjective questions are designed to discern how the subordinate perceives the supervisor.
20] The goals of the study reported in Part I and in this study were the same, except that the target of influence in the present investigation is a subordinate instead of a superior.