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Management/Interpersonal skills September 12, 2005

Posted by Coolguy in Management, Personality.
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  • Goal setting – ability to set specific and measurable goals;
  • Prioritizing – ability to identify and focus on the most important items;
  • Time management – ability to plan and keep to a schedule;
  • Organizing – ability to arrange work and work area in a way that optimizes productivity and efficiency;
  • Conflict management – ability to influence and negotiate “win-win” solutions;
  • Problem solving – ability to identify root cause problems, develop options, and select the best alternative;
  • Taking action – ability to implement plans and decisions;
  • Delegating – ability to assign tasks to others;
  • Saying “no” – ability to avoid taking on tasks that distract from priorities.

Roles & Interpersonal Skills of The Manager

  • Choosing appriopriate Leadership Style
  • Recruitment
  • Orientation of New Employees
  • Motivation Of Employees
  • Performance Evaluations
  • Discipline Of Employees
  • Transition Planning
  • Performance Problems
  • Communication Skills
  • Staff Meetings
  • Delegating Work to Others
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