The university holds all managers to the highest standards in performing our duties in a fair and honest manner, and respecting the rights and dignity of all persons. As managers, we have additional responsibilities. We are to lead our employees with careful attention to what’s best for both them and the university.
As a manager of USC employees, you play perhaps the most important role in creating a supportive work environment where people can perform at their highest potential to advance USC’s missions of education, research and patient care. To reach that goal, you personally must perform at the highest levels and manage your employees with integrity and skill. This guide will help you accomplish that, and become an effective and successful manager at USC.