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    Chris Sansom United Kingdom The three skill types are obvious for a manager to have. They not only need to understand the technical aspects of the roles they are asking their staff but also be able to relay that to them in a clear and precise way. Not only that but without a clear decision making ability, there is no way a manager can correctly manage a team or department.
    2015-05-07 09:05:09

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    Hani mohammed saleh alferaidi Alharbi Saudi Arabia There are three generic skill types that managers will be expected to display.
    2015-05-07 08:05:24

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    Khin Mie Mie Zaw Myanmar Managers need to be variety of competencies.
    2015-05-02 12:05:38

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    Ekane Elvis edie Turkey The three generic skills types which are the technical skill, the inter personal and communication skill and the decision making skills when displayed will actually led the organisation an outstanding position.
    2015-04-13 19:04:23

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    Sibongile Mnguni South Africa THERE ARE THREE GENERIC SKILL TYPES WHICH MANAGERS ARE EXPECTED TO DISPLAY THESE ARE 'PERSONAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS' TECHNICAL SKILLS DECISION MAKING.THEY ARE ASSOCIATEDWITH BEING ABLE TO TO SEE BIGGER PICTURES AN TAKING TOUGH DECISIONS
    2015-04-11 20:04:55

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    Mikhail Adeoye Nigeria Yes, building these skill set would greatly enhance success and of the manager in leading the organization along its goal and success.
    2015-04-10 17:04:51

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    Dharono Trisawego Indonesia good lesson
    2015-04-10 01:04:34

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    Jayalakshmi Jayakumar United States of America A generic skill is a skill which: • can be applied across a variety of subject domains, and. • takes longer to acquire than domain-dependent (subject-area) skills.
    2015-04-02 14:04:45

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    Joseph Francis Kioko Tanzania good manager requsitions
    2015-03-27 12:03:26

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    Joseph Francis Kioko Tanzania good
    2015-03-27 12:03:50

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    Joseph Francis Kioko Tanzania good
    2015-03-27 07:03:28

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    Joseph Francis Kioko Tanzania good
    2015-03-26 12:03:36

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    Valentino Chende United Kingdom Time-exercise-technical skills=Succes!!!!!!!
    2015-03-24 18:03:48

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    Guido Friedrich Arends Aruba Can anyone explain me what to do in the exercise of managerial skills
    2015-03-20 18:03:42

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    Samuel Abdul Bangura Sierra Leone There are three generic skill types that managers will be expected to display. They are: T - technical skills. Those skills specific to the functions, tasks or processes that the manager is carrying out as part of their managerial job description, e.g. accounting, marketing, public relations, machinery use, computer skills. These skills require the manager to apply specialised knowledge and expertise to a specific task area IPC - inter-personal and communication skills. Those skills which managers need to exercise in order to communicate effectively with other managers, employees, and all other stakeholders of the organisation, and to develop effective relationships between themselves and stakeholders both within and outside the organisation, e.g. verbal and non-verbal communication skills, coaching skills, negotiations DMC - decision-making and conceptual skills. Those skills associated with being able to see the 'big' picture, and to recognise and understand the many complex issues that need to be dealt with by organisations, together with the ability to make decisions that will lead the organisation down the right path to achieve their stated objectives, e.g. visionary skills, strategic planning skills, analysing skills, interpreting skills, organisational skills and forecasting skills.
    2015-03-20 14:03:59

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    Abdirazak Geelle Somalia There are three generic skill types that managers will be expected to display. They are: T - technical skills. Those skills specific to the functions, tasks or processes that the manager is carrying out as part of their managerial job description, e.g. accounting, marketing, public relations, machinery use, computer skills. These skills require the manager to apply specialised knowledge and expertise to a specific task area IPC - inter-personal and communication skills. Those skills which managers need to exercise in order to communicate effectively with other managers, employees, and all other stakeholders of the organisation, and to develop effective relationships between themselves and stakeholders both within and outside the organisation, e.g. verbal and non-verbal communication skills, coaching skills, negotiations DMC - decision-making and conceptual skills. Those skills associated with being able to see the 'big' picture, and to recognise and understand the many complex issues that need to be dealt with by organisations, together with the ability to make decisions that will lead the organisation down the right path to achieve their stated objectives, e.g. visionary skills, strategic planning skills, analysing skills, interpreting skills, organisational skills and forecasting skills. Click here to launch text document explaining managerial skills.
    2015-03-18 14:03:29

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    Sandro Rojas Javier United Kingdom Managers has to get a strong communication skills to speak with the employees, and the stakeholders of the organisation..
    2015-03-17 11:03:12

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    bennacer Hamid Algeria Communication skills and interpersonal relationships Interpersonal communication skills among people Communicate verbal / non-verbal Good listening Expression of feelings, and make observations and comments (without blame), and receive feedback and comments Negotiation / refusal skills Negotiation skills and conflict management Assertiveness skills Refusal skills   Empathy (understanding others and sympathy) The ability to listen to others' needs and circumstances, understanding and expression of this understanding Cooperation and team work Expression of respect for the contributions of others and different styles Assess a person for his abilities and his contribution to the Group Advocacy skills to gain support Skills to influence others and convince them Networking skills and Catalysis Decision-making and critical thinking skills Decision-making and problem-solving skills Information gathering skills Assess the future consequences of current actions on self and others Identify alternative solutions to problems Analysis skills on the impact of values ​​and attitudes and self-orientation of others when there is an incentive or influential Critical Thinking Skills Analysis of the influence of peers and the media Attitudes, values, norms, beliefs and social factors that affect the analysis Identify relevant information and sources of information Dealing and self-management skills Skills to increase internal control center Self / confidence building skills estimate Self-awareness skills including knowledge of rights, influences, values, and attitudes, and the strengths and weaknesses Goal setting skills Self / discretionary assessment of the relevant monitoring and self-evaluation skills Emotion management skills Absorption anger management Dealing with grief and anxiety Skills to deal with the loss, abuse, trauma and painful Management skills to deal with stress Time Management Positive Thinking Relaxation techniques
    2015-03-16 13:03:59

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    Léon Rafetison Madagascar • Skills Explanation verbal communication skill IPCskills non-verbal communication skills – written communication skills, body language skills, visual graphic skills IPC skills listening skills T Skills other interpersonal or ‘soft’ people skills IPC Skills presenting skills DMC Skills conceptualising skills DMC Skills visionary skills DMC skills goal setting skills T Skills ‘street smarts’ or entrepreneurial skills T skills leading skills T Skills networking skills T Skills problem solving skills IPC Skills decision-making skills DMCSkylls analysing skills DMC Skills interpreting skills DMCSkills evaluating and appraising skills TSkills forecasting skills DMC Skills planning skills – strategic, tactical and operational planning T-Skills organising skills DMCSkills mediating skills T Skills Skills negotiating skills IPC Skills counselling skills IPC Skills meeting skills IPC Skills coaching skills IPC Skills mentoring skills IPC Skills training skills IPC Skills team building skills IPC Skills dispute/conflict resolution skills IPC Skills delegating skills IPC Skills supervising skills IPC Skills stress management skills IPC Skills time management skills IPC Skills
    2015-03-12 08:03:46

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    Sunet Britz South Africa Generic Skill Types: There are 3 Generic Skill types 1. TECHNICAL: these are specific to the managers job description and requires them to apply their knowledge and expertise. 2. IPC- inter personal and communication skills: have the ability to effectively communicate with other managers, employees and stakeholders. 3.DMC- Decision making and conceptual skills they need to be able to see the bigger picture, solve complex issues and be able to make decisions. In general they need to be able to lead, set goals, solve problems. They need to have a good body language, be able to present and be confidant. They must act as a mediator and be able to resolve conflict. They should track employee performance and be able to evaluate performance and give appraisals. They can manage their time effectively, control stress and delegate. They should coach, mentor and train employees. They must analyse and interpret information with good verbal and written communication skills.
    2015-03-03 16:03:38

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