Management Skills

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AUTHOR
David Rohlander
DIMENSION
8,52 MB
FILE NAME
Management Skills.pdf
ISBN
8344538570810

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Being a manager is tough, and being a first-time manager is even tougher. Idiot's Guides: Management Skills is a hands-on guide to helping managers of all experience levels survive and thrive in the often murky and difficult world of management. Readers of all skill levels will benefit from this book. First-time managers will learn how to make the transition from peer to leader, how to formulate their own management style, the basics of managing people, how to recruit and hire key talent, and how to communicate constructively. Experienced managers will benefit from proven advice and techniques to help fine-tune their skills and deal with many of the most common problems that every manager is confronted with - from hiring and firing, to dealing with problem employees, to motivating and inspiring employees to be self-driven and successful. Along the way all readers will learn essential skills that will help them be more successful as a manager and employee.

These four basic skills are to plan, organize, direct, and control and they are discussed separately in detail below. Management skills are the abilities and attributes that help people in leadership positions succeed and achieve the goals and objectives of an organisation. Management skills fall into two main categories: hard and soft skills.

Hard skills are technical, teachable abilities you learn through school, training and job experience. Management skills are a collection of abilities that include things such as business planning, decision-making, problem-solving, communication, delegation, and time management. While different roles and organizations require the use of various skill sets, management skills help a professional stand out and excel no matter what their level. Management skills are applied to a broad array of functions in areas like production, finance, accounting, marketing, and human resources. Show a few key, hidden management skills and abilities.

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