TOP 5 STRENGTHS OF EFFECTIVE MANAGERS
Being a great manager does not happen overnight. It takes a level of skill, practice and some good key elements that must be worked upon every single day. Our top 5 strengths of effective managers…
1. They lead by example
Good managers aren’t afraid to get their hands dirty. Employees love to see their boss in the field, getting down and doing the tasks that the business depends upon. They are visible, approachable and relatable.
2. They listen
Good managers listen to the needs of both their staff and their customers to help grow their business and move forward.
3. They delegate effectively
Good managers know their own and their staff’s strengths and limitations and delegate effectively. If something is not working, they change it. They rework and rework it until they get the outcome they desire.
4. They time manage
Time is precious and time is money. A good manager does not waste time on activities that are not beneficial to the business’ success.
5. They respect their staff and expect the same in return
A good manager respects their staff and in turn, receives the same level of respect in return. Boundaries are set and adhered to with staff knowing where they fit in the organisation.
There is more to our top 5 strengths of an effective manager, but if you speak to any successful CEO, these points will no doubt list frequently in their lists.
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