Good management not only generates good productivity it also provides high job satisfaction. Observing great managers in action provides role models for developing our own management qualities. In this article we look at five qualities that many people admire.
Being the best manager you can be and achieving job satisfaction come high on many managers’ wish lists. So what competencies do you need to master to be a great manager? Here are 7 top competencies for a manager you to develop and work on.
The Honey & Mumford management model has been discussed at length over the years, and it still remains one of the highest valued management models in the training and development industry. Therefore, I thought it would be a good idea to revisit the Honey & Mumford learning cycle today to remind us all why this[…..]
The promotion trap for new managers is that they were promoted because they were good at their job not because they are good managers. They have been more used to doing the task than managing a group of people.
Some managers hesitate and procrastinate over decision making. This is generally because they are anxious about making the wrong decision and the possible consequences this might have. The best managers are prepared to make decisions quickly even if they are only 80% sure they are right. This is because delaying a decision can cause more[…..]
Becoming an effective and successful leader will require you to embody certain qualities that your team can follow and aspire to. These qualities can be learned and developed over time, so the first place to start is to understand what the top 10 qualities of great leaders are.
In his book Seven Habits Of Highly Effective People, Stephen Covey says that the fifth habit is, ‘Seek first to understand and then to be understood’. Most conflict occurs when people are stuck in their own position and are not prepared to see or appreciate the other person’s point of view.