How to Be a Successful Manager in a Organization?

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Managerial Skill – Assignment II

How to be a successful manager in a organization?

In a organization, a manager’s job is one of the most important — and one of the hardest. The qualities of a successful manager have evolved over the past few years with the emergence of new industries and the virtual workforce, but key qualities of a good manager remain the same across the board. As a manager, he can singlehandedly make or break the success of a business. Here are some ways to run an effective management, and be a manager that employees want to work hard for.

The most important management skill a boss can have is respect; respect for their employees, their customers and their business. If a manager lacks respect, they will have a high employee turnover rate and end up getting a bad reputation among customers. Clear expectations.

An effective manager is clear in their expectations of their employees. Being concise about workplace expectations and rules gives employees the tools they need to be successful workers. Whether you’re managing a team of five or a team of 20, the success of you and your team depends on clear expectations. Your team needs to know what you need from them and when. This is especially important if you have team members who are not working in the same office. With clear expectations, you can work across time zones with every member of your team knowing the deadlines. Consistency.

Managers are often the ones in charge of disciplinary action and promotion for employees. This can be a touchy situation and one where there is no way to keep everyone happy 100% of the time. The way to overcome this management problem is to practice consistency. A consistent manager has employees who know how to work for success and who understand why they are reprimanded. Management goal setting.

Effective management includes a goal setting system that defines and recognizes employee successes. Short and long term goals reinforce an...
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