Finding the next generation of cleaning managers

June 26, 2019

Succession planning is important, but how do you know if people in your healthcare facility with leadership potential are developing?

Establishing a culture where front-line cleaning workers can see that there truly are opportunities to learn, develop and move up within the organization is key, according to an article on the CleanLink website.

Another component to succession planning is providing employees the opportunity to excel and contribute to the mission in ways that might not be specific to how they carry out their cleaning duties.
    
Leadership candidates must be familiar with the variety of tasks that a supervisor or manager needs to address on a daily basis.

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