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Do you have any great original ideas or tips that you have used to resolve a management problem?

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Give Your Management Career A Kick Start

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Involve Everyone

Involve Everyone

by Zazu
(Houston, TX)

Managers are not only meant to reach the goals and attain the numbers by the end of week and complete the appraisals on time. There should be a lot of personal communication within the team and as a manager you should be the first one the team members want to talk to. This does not mean to entertain their personal or family issues. Set a limit.

Describe the goal to the team and explain to them the business need for that goal and what is the profit or the target that the organization is looking for and involve each and every team member to participate in giving their ideas to reach the goal. However small the idea can be it will definitely improve the process time or the way things are done. More importantly the team member gets the inspiration that he is being part of a critical project and feels the motivation to go the extra mile required. Show confidence that the person can complete the task instead of micro managing them.

A good manager will always take the blame when there is a failure and puts his team forward when there is success.

Dealing With Different Personalities

Dealing With Different Personalities

by Cindy Rademacher
(Butte, MT)

 

You must learn different how to deal with different personalities

An important aspect of proper management, is to be able to get along well with others. There are many different types of personalities out there and you must be able to learn the different types and how to deal with each one effectively. Each personality type must be dealt with differently.

For example, you may ‘but’ heads with someone who likes to be in control of anything they do. Therefore, you must handle them differently than someone who needs to be told how to do a position.

With the controlling person, you need them to understand that ‘you’ are the one in charge, and while you value their opinion and input, ‘you’ will make the final decisions. Once they are clear on that, you will develop a better working relationship with them.

On the other hand, you may have the more passive person who must be instructed how to complete a project. Typically this person constantly needs reassurance that he or she is doing his job well and regularly needs a good pat on the back to prove it.

Then you may have to deal with the ‘drama’ person who will create drama in everything they do. As a manager, you need to be sure NOT to get wrapped up into the experiences created by the drama person. It is up to you to bring this person back to the logical point of view, instead of the worse case scenario, which is what they are always looking for. This is a continual process with the drama person, as that is their character and it is hard for them to learn otherwise. This personality, as well as the controlling personality, are tough ones, just don’t get wrapped up in all of their issues and be sure to change their drama into a more positive outcome.

Once you are able to keep each personality difference into prospective, you will be in a better position to enable everyone to work together as a team.

Say Nice to a Fault

Say Nice to a Fault

by Venkatraman
(Tiruvannamalai, Tamil Nadu, India)

Always Cool !

Always Cool !

 

Have the habit of saying Nice to a fault! This is the keynote for the success in today’s business world.

You may handle extensive stress and pressure in your activities. You may be asked to meet a variety of people. Adaptation may be difficult due to the sudden changes. Even the most talented might feel it difficult to do such a demanding job. What happens then? The fear of failure creeps into the mind. The act of saying nice to a fault enhances the confidence and lead us in a right way.

Learning from faults shapes the way that one thinks. Always consider the possibility of applying the mindset of divide and conquer to achieve your management goals. Such a practice makes even the most complicated business process easier. Dividing a task is equal to dividing the stress. If all these are done the management takes good shape and all the goals will be met.

Remember to say nice to a fault thereby saying nice to a success!

Management Kick Start

Management Kick Start

by John
(Oklahoma City, OK, USA)

 

Give Your Management Career A Kick Start

John started his career at Wal Mart when he was 19. He had worked there for 6 years and yearned for a change. He felt his life was not going anywhere. Although he was promoted as a store manager two years ago, he doubted his management skills.

He had to work and supported a family of 5 including himself. He eagerly attended professional development courses and conferences whether they were held by his employer or not. John’s colleague, Jude, who had been a store manager for two years, was promoted and got a better raise. He talked with his supervisor and was informed of his lower level of education.

John decided to pursue a bachelor degree. Sometimes things are easier said than done. He asked around for cheaper a tuition, financial aid, and scholarship opportunities in some of the public universities in his state. He went online and completed a bachelors degree program. Soon after started he continued his study for a MBA.

The admission process was not too hard since they have representatives discussing your options with you. Studying for his degrees was not easy since he had been out of school for awhile. He had to take Economics and Accounting, and other courses he wasn’t used to taking in school. But the good thing was that he didn’t really have to take a lot of general courses. It was and is flexible and fun experience for him. With time management, John managed to get his bachelor’s degree and is currently pursing a MA degree.

Six months after graduation, he was promoted, while at the same time, he was offered a better position as a consultant.

Conflict Coaching Tips

Share Your Conflict Coaching Tips

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Respect If You Expect Respect

Respect If You Expect Respect

by Harneet Sehgal
(Mumbai, Maharashtra, India)

Leadership the term itself triggers being on top and being alone. However, to get the deserved respect of the position, if you want others to follow you on their own, then you need to ensure that people in your team are treated with respect. The leader should build up his team to the highest levels of confidence. You should always remember that they have a mind of their own and they only lack direction. The leaders role would be to navigate the thoughts. Let your team come up with their own unique thoughts and you just allow them to exercise those thoughts with some help. This way they would own responsibility of the actions and also would respect you for taking notice of their strengths and abilities.

I believe the leader can always be respected if he takes care of the team’s interest, and devise a roadmap for their career growth. The leader should give visibility to its team. Leaders can only show results if he has a strong team. So to build a team he should allow them to take chances, makes mistakes and learn themselves. If they are making mistakes, then they are trying. If they are trying then they are learning and growing.

Power Talking

Power Talking

by Jobin Jacob
(Bangalore)

Something Is Growing All The Time

Something Is Growing All The Time

 

Most people tend to underestimate the assets we have in hand. Hence, down play ourselves and let other’s win. Power Talking results in taking the maximum benefit from the assets we have in hand.

Take the example of time. This is the most underestimated asset. To start with every second is valuable.

To know the value of 1 year you must ask a child who failed in school and was detained. The one year lost will haunt the child’s entire life.

To know the value of 1 month you must ask a mother whose baby was delivered one month too soon. This very child’s existence would be at stake due to that one month.

To know the value of 1 day ask a daily wage worker. Each day his pay decides if his family would eat or not.

The value of one hour is best known to a business partner who missed his client meeting by an hour. His very company existence is threatened by that one missed hour.

For the value of one minute ask a careless driver who took one during his drive to answer his mobile and is fighting for his life in the hospital.

Thus every moment is precious and not knowing the value we tend to always feel that we never have enough time. Putting the time we have in perspective will help us to communicate with confidence, which improves our ability to succeed.