Tips for Managerial Success
John J. Meyer noted that “Communication
– the human connection – is the key to personal and career success.” Every
effective manager most understand this and so communicate in person, print, texts, and email. Listening and two-way
feedback should characterize interactions
with others he must be open to feedback and not responses defensively but
understand and act upon the power of interaction that encourages employees to
see their connection to the overall company's strategic goals and plan.
vBuild a Team
“Teamwork makes the dream work.” Cannot
be overemphasized because team building is an effective tool that translate the
vision of any organization into realityteam enables other staff to
collaborate more effectively with each other. When people feel as if they have
become more effective, more creative, more productive—in
the presence of a team builder
they would be willing to sit down and solve problems that may be encountered as
a team and also meet up company’s target together
vLead by Example
by example andset
the pace through your expectations
and behavior. Provide recognition when others do the same. Employees know that
you are the real deal because you say and do the same thing. You
walk your talk and so the employees trust you and
would in turn replicate such to the benefit of the company.
vUnderstand the Financial Aspects of the Business
managers understand the financial aspects of the business and set goals and
measures and documents staff progress and success. This allows the team to feel
a sense of progress and purpose, that they are reaching goals and exceeding
expectations. People want to know how
they are performing against expectations
and other goals let them know. Painting a picture that employees can agree on
is effective for noting progress when numerical goals don't exist. Good
managers understand and play an appropriate role in creating this picture,
feedback, and communication.
vCreate a Positive Environment
an environment in which people experience positive
morale and recognition and
employees are motivated to work
hard for the success of the business.
Understands that the manager is one of the most significant factors in whether employees
are happy at work. Your interaction with employees
sets the tone for the workplace every day. Make sure that you interact with
each employee you manage regularly—if not daily.
vBuild Effective and Responsive Interpersonal Relationships
ability to demonstrate care, collaboration, respect,
trust, and attentiveness as a
manager start with you treating
colleagues with dignity and respect,
to keep their word, to exude
integrity, and display dependability
and character under even the most challenging occurrences and challenges.
Demonstrate that you care about the employees who report to you.