When in need of filling a management position, many employers often look to the loudest, most aggressive and talkative employee. It is a common belief that good leaders are made from extroverts who have the confidence, presence and voice to make themselves heard and followed.
A manager’s primary purpose is to encourage productivity, efficiency and progress in the office. This position doesn’t only require the work to get done, but also to create and inspire staff to create processes and ways to generate creativity and innovation.
There are different types of work environments; there are quiet and clean offices where everything is done according to procedure, and offices with a chaotic corporate culture, where disorganisation and noise take over.