If some1 asked you what kind of manager u want to become what would you say?
Result oriented? People oriented? What makes you more effective as a manager?
We see people who are not happy either with technology they work with or the manager they work with
How best you can manage ur people(resource).
Consider these points.
- How effective are you at setting Goals for self and subordinates?
Remember, 80-20 rule. 80% of your important results will come from 20% of your
Your resources fail to deliver because you haven’t made it clear to them about their roles and responsibilities. Understanding what your responsibilities are, are the first step for goal settings
You haven’t shared the common goal of your team.
- Are you appreciating your people?
Honestly, we have forgotten to appreciate people when they do the exceptional work. That can be driving force, while they always care about CSAT (Customer satisfaction) they often forget about ESAT (Employee Satisfaction) if you do not keep your team happy achieving Customer satisfaction becomes hard. Think about it.
How many of us have undergone situations where managers forgets the 8 out of 10 things done wonderfully and remembers 2 tasks incompletely/improperly done?
- Are you giving them enough opportunities to learn?
A leader should always try to give their team opportunities to handle tasks independently , give them space to think creatively and come up with ideas and suggestions
I honestly believe sending my team member on training wherever I find the skill gap , so that it will help them and team in managing the project deliverable better
How often we see manger observing our
activities very closely. I think keeping track of performance of team and closely monitoring the pattern they work is useful.
Or its up to you to decide if you are happy with your present role and don’t want to take added responsibility in the new role and grow as individual/professional that is also your wish 🙂 either way good luck:)
So would like to ask you folks.. what would feel would make you an effective manager