Road To Management: The Road To Management

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The Road to Management is tough processes of selecting someone to successfully manage a group of people. The theory that many believe is that a manager with successful performance in the past can be an effective manager in the future. However, this isn’t always the case because you will as a manager should focus on people, not just tasks. I also learned that even experience managers periodically should be given a refresher course on successful management styles and techniques. The training process does not always help managers avoid mistakes but also gives trainees the opportunity to see whether they will be comfortable in managing others. Many organizations use the “sink or swim: method of management training. The Omnipotent One seldom gives …show more content…
They’re convinced that they must do all the work because their staff doesn’t accept responsibility.
Settling In, as a manager many think that that if not successful immediate change is needed. However, one of your first decisions a manager should do is hold back from rapidly instituting changes in the method of operation. Sudden changes often result in a fear response that will work against you. When changes are needed to made, its best to explain what will be taking place and why. The more forthcoming you can be the less resistance to change there will be. The key word to success is restraint. It is important to remember that you’re the one who is on trial with your subordinates, not they with you. As a manager under new authority the term understatement is key to being successful. The term means that what is left unsaid may be as important as what is said. This is the true use of
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For example, these six characteristics are what make up team building: open communication, empowerment, clear responsibilities, goal clarity, effective leadership and rewarding. These factors can encourage self-development among team members as well as give direction to those who need it. In order to expand a team you must look to the hiring process to find the missing piece. A manager must be able to distinguish if the interviewee will be a liability or an asset to the company. This can be found through resumes and background checks, however a skilled manager will ask the right questions to figure out if the person he or she are interviewing could be a potential asset. If the candidate is chosen one of the most important steps is train this future employee into what the company is about. The training process is one of the key steps in helping that new staff member reach their full potential. During your term as manager it is important to not be resistant to change and discipline your employees if needed. However, if you can’t keep order among your employees the inevitable thing you must do is let go the person that isn’t helping improve the company. In conclusion, managers face many hard tasks but overall, if I can use these skills that I learn from Part 1 and 2 I believe I can better myself as a person and as a

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