Productivity is a Management Competency
Productivity as a core competency for managers is always a relevant topic. At the heart of productivity gains is the ability to maximize your people resources. Generating productivity is part of the definition of leadership. this is true whether you are delegating important tasks or assigning authority. This encompasses the core of managing people and delegating for results. This week’s articles bring valuable insights into the process of becoming a productivity-booster.
Becoming a leader is just as much about learning about your own strengths and weaknesses as it is learning about how to identify and manage the strengths and weaknesses of others.
In addition, a good leader will be able to exploit the strengths and temper the weaknesses of their team whilst maintaining group cohesion, promoting interactivity and pro-active contribution and keeping their team task focused and goal oriented.
Sound overwhelming? Becoming a great leader doesn’t have to be. Whilst some believe that leadership is something you’re born with, many more have discovered that it is also something which can be learned. Management and leadership training can be of such huge benefit for those wanting to explore and increase their true potential, since by first understanding yourself you will be able to better understand those around you…More at Management Training: Learning to Lead
The primary job of a line manager is to get important work accomplished by managing others effectively. The skills for managing and leading a business unit is a people skill’s undertaking. If a manager is productive, the business, the team and individual people all win and the manager develops a reputation for getting things done.
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