The Human Resource Manager: Interpersonal And Time Management

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The best manager I have had was a past program director. She was with the program for twenty years and a few years ago she was promoted to the Administrative office. She is now the Human Resource Director for the agency. She is a very efficient, hardworking woman who cares deeply for her employees. I loved working under he because she is extremely organized and clear on what she expects. She delegates very well and is amazing at handling multiple projects at one time. When she handed you a project, she would make it very clear what was expected of you and when it was due. She would then leave you alone to do it. She has confidence in her employees to get the job done, but she was very approachable if you needed help. Working under her, …show more content…
It is really important that managers have very strong interpersonal and time management skills. I feel that at least being strong with these two skills will help you develop the remaining skills you need to become an effective manager. If you can relate to and motivate your employees, while building trust and loyalty with those you deal with, you will be able to build a strong foundation. With strong time management skills, you’ll be able to be effective and productive with your time and the time of your employees.
At this point, I don’t feel that I have the skill set to walk into a managerial position. I am an organized individual with the ability to see what needs to be done and prioritize, but I don’t have the interpersonal skills needed to lead a
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With having three active kids, I have seen examples of this type of situation play out many times. There are coaches out there that were very successful players of their sport in high school and college, but they can’t seem to translate that knowledge into coaching. On the other hand, there are coaches that are wonderful and very successful at coaching who have never played the sport before. It takes more than just mastering your job skills to step into a managerial position.
I think it can be difficult for an employee to be promoted into a supervisory position and now be in charge of supervising those he was once peers with. With clear boundaries immediately set into place, patience and understanding of the situation, you should be able to be successful with the

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