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Management Training Clearly Defines the Responsibilities of a Manager

Date Added: February 20, 2009 11:46:22 AM
Author: Frank OTools
Category: Business & Economy: Business Training
There are many responsibilities that you as a manager must assume on a continual basis. No doubt, it takes a lot of energy and enthusiasm to fulfill these responsibilities, but with your core competencies and the skills taught on management training courses, the responsibilities should become second nature to you. Some of the most common responsibilities as a manager include: Areas of motivation, this is the driving force that gets the employee willing and often excited to succeed. Motivation needs to be ongoing but need not necessarily be incentive driven. On many management training courses you will hear about the importance of timely and effective feedback. In fact in the book ?ˆ?The one minute manager?ˆ™ it talks about feedback as being ?ˆ?the breakfast of champions?ˆ™ Good feedback skills are one of the most important competencies the modern manager needs to possess. Training is another area of responsibility for the manager, employees need to be trained not only when they join the organization, nut also on an ongoing basis. Management and training go hand in hand, staff needs to learn and refresh their knowledge for any of the products or services they are supporting. The setting and agreeing of clear measurable realistic goals is also the responsibility of the manager and if this is not done correctly the effective feedback can not take place. It is frightening to talk with managers and ask them what the key performance indicators for their team are and then ask the team the same question - you would be amazed at the variation between what the managers feel the objectives and goals are and what the employees trying to achieve the goals feel they are. One of the key skills managers can learn from effective management training courses is the ability to set and agree clear goals Setting goals is one thing but it is also the responsibility of the manager to ensure there is a plan of action in place to achieve the goals. Sometimes in management goals will not be achieved but At least if the plan of action is being adhered to you have a chance of establishing what needs to be done different and managing the situation. Finally it is also the manager?ˆ™s responsibility to monitor the performance, what gets measured generally gets done. There must be an agreed format for measuring the performance of the staff members and the staff members must be aware of this. Whether it is a monthly one to one meeting or a quarterly appraisal or performance review it does not really matter - what matters is that there is a monitoring system in place. By no means are these responsibilities the exhaustive list of areas for a manager to work on, but they are a start. In management training courses up and down the country you can learn about these and other responsibilities a manager must receive training on. Would you like to learn more about Management Training. Frank O?ˆ™Toole from Premier Training is helping people to achieve with training courses, let?ˆ™s achieve.
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