Meeting the Manager
The Managers Personality Marlon the manager gets up every morning at five, goes and gets in the car, and goes to work. He takes a breath and thinks about the way he will present himself today. Knowing that speaking is a very low percentage of what he will communicate to …show more content…
As a sub-category of interpersonal influence, communication and its effectiveness is a big branch of what constitutes the way the leader will be received (Remland, 1981, p. 18). Do not let emotions run the way conversations go is one good rule. Keep a respectful posture, and remember to focus on tasks at hand are a couple of other good reminders. The good leader will remember to be humorous, mindful, and will spread compassion and hope. This is an insightful, creative basis to spring from.
Three Management Traits Three ideals for the impressive manager to remember are to be realistic, effective, and focused. The manager must remember their employees value, they must assume the responsibilities of master and commander, and they must pay attention to quality (5 Management traits, n.d., para. 4-10). The gardener is just as important a resource as a doctor, and the time and attention will be exercised equally among them. The importance of the message is in the point it makes about attending to detail. It helps one to sum up the embodiment of focused, effective, and realistic traits as assets.
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The manager who is working on building a bigger mental picture would want to be a leader, and the one who is setting deadlines or delegating should use a managerial perspective (Nazarko, 2007, p. 35). One might prefer one style to another, but the manager must wear different hats to accomplish different jobs. Setting out to inspire can be the basis, but there are various ways to accomplish the goal using the right model at the right time.
Possible Disadvantages of Traits It will help the manager to remember with what they are working. People need to be reset, unlike a machine that might run on continuously. Some rules to avoid catastrophe are, do not try to create the Sun, learn the audience, and set reasonable expectations (Green, 2015, para. 10-12). The manager must know what people are capable of, what they want to hear, and not expect them to build the Sun in a day, it could take more time than that. The disadvantages of not knowing who one is addressing and why are translated and heard like a language that one does not understand.
Relating Manager Traits