Conceptual skills define your ability to think out of the box, viewing the larger picture instead of focusing on smaller tasks. What good are the little things in life if you don’t know what they are contributing towards?
Today I want to spend a little bit of time discussing the first managerial skill on yesterday’s list: technical skills. While it may not seem important to some, a lack of technical skill will result in ineffective results when it comes to completing your own day to day tasks while at the same time guiding[…..]
A brief overview of the seven most important management skills any good manager should have in his arsenal: technical, interpersonal, conceptual, diagnostic, communication, decision making, and time management.