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MANAGEMENT
TOPIC :
 IS YOUR COURSE
INSTRUCTOR A MANAGER
DISCUSS IN TERMS OF
 MANAGERIAL FUNCTIONS
 MANAGERIAL ROLES
 ...
Introduction to Organization
• A CPLC stand for Citizens-Police Liaison Committee is
established by the Governor of Sind o...
Introduction of MANAGER
• Our manger name is JUNAID ANSARI.
• He is serving for CPLC since last ten years.
• He is inspect...
Instructor as A manager
• A manager’s work is to regulate the activities of the
institute he is appointed for.
• He also i...
Instructor as A Middle Line Manager
• Middle line manager’s task is to receive the data from
the first line manager and ma...
Efficiency Or Effectiveness
CPLC have implement the crime and criminal tracking
network and systems (CCTNS), towards enha...
Management functions
Planning:
• In order to bring peace
CPLC have set some
goals and have planned
out ways that leads us
...
Management functions
Leading:
 It is a manager’s duty to
lead their staff so that the
people working there may
perform th...
Managers roles
Interpersonal roles
• interpersonal role allow for
more effective conflict
resolution among public
and even...
Managers roles
• Decisional roles :
• The only purpose to make decision is to bring
peace in the city by helping police de...
Manager skills
Human Skills :
ability to work with other people
 individually
 and in groups
assisting the lower-level...
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IS YOUR COURSE INSTRUCTOR A MANAGER DISCUSS IN TERMS OF MANAGERIAL FUNCTIONS MANAGERIAL ROLES AND SKILLS

  1. 1. MANAGEMENT TOPIC :  IS YOUR COURSE INSTRUCTOR A MANAGER DISCUSS IN TERMS OF  MANAGERIAL FUNCTIONS  MANAGERIAL ROLES  AND SKILLS Group Members  Shaheryar Ansari  Navin Kumar  Usama Noor  Instructor : MA’AM SARAH QAZI
  2. 2. Introduction to Organization • A CPLC stand for Citizens-Police Liaison Committee is established by the Governor of Sind on March 17 1990. The main purpose to establish this organization is to control the crime rate in city zone wise • They all work under one chief Mr. Ahmed Chinoy, • In this organization CPLC staff and Police Officer work together. • Citizen can report all type of crime for e.g. Snatching Missing murder etc.
  3. 3. Introduction of MANAGER • Our manger name is JUNAID ANSARI. • He is serving for CPLC since last ten years. • He is inspector of Police and playing a role of middle line manager. • His job is to lead, organize, plan and control the employees work under his supervision. • When the complainer come for report first line manager listen make the case file and forwarded it to middle manager then investigation starts and through the clues in case they solve the case.
  4. 4. Instructor as A manager • A manager’s work is to regulate the activities of the institute he is appointed for. • He also is responsible to look after the office affairs. • Being a manager of CPLC, MR.Ansari’s foremost duty is that his workers are loyal and serve the office with all their heart and soul. • He, being a manager, supervise the members so that they may be of this concern that there is an actual manger looking upon on them so they do their work without any dishonesty. • Looking upon all the work is also one of his duties.
  5. 5. Instructor as A Middle Line Manager • Middle line manager’s task is to receive the data from the first line manager and make it reach to the top manager of CPLC. • Motivates and assists first-line managers to achieve organizational objectives • Communicates upward, by offering suggestions and feedback to the top manager • Involved in the day-to-day working of the company (CPLC). • Provide valuable information to top managers to help improve the organization's bottom line.
  6. 6. Efficiency Or Effectiveness CPLC have implement the crime and criminal tracking network and systems (CCTNS), towards enhancing outcomes in crime investigation, tracking of criminals, and enhancing the efficiency and effectiveness of CPLC departments. Features of CCTNS : Maintain databases on crime and criminals in digital form Effectively meet the challenges of crime Maintenance of public order
  7. 7. Management functions Planning: • In order to bring peace CPLC have set some goals and have planned out ways that leads us to those goals.  the policing of the area  crime and disorder reduction Organizing: • CPLC organize the tasks and all in such a way that we may easily be able to achieve the goals we have set.
  8. 8. Management functions Leading:  It is a manager’s duty to lead their staff so that the people working there may perform their duties with loyalty.  Keeping in their mind that their job is to provide security to the people and bring peace in the city. Controlling:  CPLC’s security system has set up  cameras all over the city  24/7 monitoring  keep an eye upon whatever is happing in the city
  9. 9. Managers roles Interpersonal roles • interpersonal role allow for more effective conflict resolution among public and even colleagues for better performance • Police officers need to ensure that they interact and communicate with the public in the best way Informational roles • CPLC have technology that ease their most vexing problem • Police are information dependent and CPLC helps them. Source :  Public  CCTV recordings
  10. 10. Managers roles • Decisional roles : • The only purpose to make decision is to bring peace in the city by helping police department and that is what we do by informing the situation of the area through Keeping eye on CCTV cameras !
  11. 11. Manager skills Human Skills : ability to work with other people  individually  and in groups assisting the lower-level manager All managers deal with people, these skills are equally important to all levels of management. Managers with good human skills get the best out of their people. They know how to communicate, motivate, lead, and inspire enthusiasm and trust.

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