Reflection Manager Interview Group Analysis
Managing in today business environment, takes both skill and discipline. I learned quite a bit from the manager interviews. As a manager, you’re a coach, who makes sure that players know the rules and are prepared to play the game. You’re a conductor, who leads musicians who bring their own talent and training to the effort. And you’re a teacher, who continually shares knowledge with your students (Libby, 2015). I was eager to discover what the other team members had acquired from their manager’s interviews. Would it lead to a new approach to viewing management; are there connections between ideas and theories. This composition evaluates the information construed during colleague’s manager interviews and how they compare and contrast.
Similarities (Goals) Goals, Challenges and Motivating are three areas where the manager responds were parallel. Each manager has goals and objectives for their employee with a set of standards and matrix. Collectively the teams have some type of daily, weekly and monthly goals to maintain. For example, one groups process 20.99 transactions an hour, another …show more content…
They believe in coaching rather than supervising, by giving team members the power, resources and the room to do their jobs. Coaching helps people to develop; it is vital to build strong interpersonal relationships with employees. Fostering and establishing clear and measurable performance metrics, is another effort the manager mirror one another; it specifics making employees accountable for end result expectation and evaluating their contribution. When it comes to underperforming employee, all manager are dedicated to address the productivity/performance issue. To improve performance the employee is positioned with a stronger employee or subject matter expert to perform the task they are having difficulty