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How To Be A Good Manager
How To Be A Good Manager
How To Be A Good Manager
How To Be A Good Manager
How To Be A Good Manager
How To Be A Good Manager
How To Be A Good Manager
How To Be A Good Manager
How To Be A Good Manager
How To Be A Good Manager
How To Be A Good Manager
How To Be A Good Manager
How To Be A Good Manager
How To Be A Good Manager
How To Be A Good Manager
How To Be A Good Manager
How To Be A Good Manager
How To Be A Good Manager
How To Be A Good Manager
How To Be A Good Manager
How To Be A Good Manager
How To Be A Good Manager
How To Be A Good Manager
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How To Be A Good Manager

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  • This perfectly covers the definition of a good manager. However, does not really apply it to situations that may appear in real management areas. For an in depth view of applications please visit this article: http://fix-your-stuff.com/how-to-be-a-good-manager/
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  • Thanks all for your kind comments. take care. Amir
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  • 1. How to be a good manager
  • 2. Most people know in broad terms what  a manager is, although usually they  cannot define it exactly.
  • 3. Today, Managers are those persons  Today Managers are those persons “bosses” who just order their co workers 
  • 4. They must be a team leaders and work  with their team to achieve common  objectives. 
  • 5. Not everyone who has  manager in Not everyone who has “manager” in  their job title is a manager.
  • 6. Some people are given the title to make  them look more important to a firm’s  customers.
  • 7. For example some businesses call every For example some businesses call every sales person a “sales manager”.
  • 8. The work of managers can be broken  The work of managers can be broken down under six main headings.
  • 9. Firstly they set their team’s objectives.
  • 10. Secondly, Then they must organise, by  working out what needs to be done and  allocate people to these tasks.
  • 11. Thirdly they must communicate lucidly  so that each person understands what  they are responsible for.
  • 12. Fourthly, They must also motivate each  person in the team to give their willing  effort.
  • 13. Fifthly, They must set targets for their  Fifthly They must set targets for their team.
  • 14. Finally, they must develop the  knowledge and skills of the individuals in  their team.
  • 15. The Best practices of Good Manager
  • 16. Leader Mind  Team Maker Controller Groomer Good Manager Knowledgeable Target  Clear Objective Oriented Motivator Communicator
  • 17. LEADERSHIP Hard work yes, but not too  daunting if you can focus  everyone’s energy and skills  to the task in hand. The other  to the task in hand The other thing you must always  remember is that you as the  remember is that you as the leader carry the responsibility,  even if other team members  let you down.
  • 18. TEAM WORK Everybody in a team must  work to the same aims,  work to the same aims otherwise there is chaos – these objectives must be set  these objectives must be set by the manager.
  • 19. KNOWLEDGE From the above it looks as if  From the above it looks as if managers have a lot to do.  But some of these tasks – such as setting objectives,  work organisation, setting  targets and identifying  d id if i training needs might take only  a very few weeks in the year. a very few weeks in the year
  • 20. OBJECTIVE The manager must work out  what needs to be done to  achieve the objectives,  breaking down the work into  individual tasks, and selecting  i di id l k d l i people to perform each job.
  • 21. COMMUNICATION A key management skill is the  ability to communicate. This is  not just “telling” people what  to do, however clearly. d h l l
  • 22. MOTIVATION  How a manager  How a manager communicates is an important  part of motivating the team. part of motivating the team.
  • 23. CLEAR TARGETS Having set objectives for the  team, and organised the work  team and organised the work that needs to be done to  achieve them, the manager  achieve them, the manager must monitor progress. 
  • 24. GROOMING Jobs are changing at an  exhilarating pace. So skills and  exhilarating pace So skills and knowledge soon get out of  date unless they are regularly  date unless they are regularly updated.
  • 25. BRAIN STORMING From the above it looks as if  From the above it looks as if managers have a lot to do.  But some of these tasks – such as setting objectives,  work organisation, setting  targets and identifying  d id if i training needs might take only  a very few weeks in the year. a very few weeks in the year
  • 26. Thank you,  amirsaiftaz@gmail.com amirsaiftaz@gmail com www.amirsaiftaz.blogspot.com

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