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ideally a manger should have all tree skill types , however when recruitment is done they only look at technical skills, and over look any other skill especially in organizations that use the consultative style of managing.
if managers have all these abilities, he/she is a masterpiece.
When a manager can't manage to compartmentalize and function with the 3 generic skill types, there's no way a business will operate smoothly.
What is the difference between coaching and mentoring skill types?
Managers need to be variety of competencies.
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.
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Eye opening from the stand point that as a manager, you would be exhibiting certain skill set which would have been applied to good effect on your job but would not know that it is actually a goo-to-have as a manager
Managers must posses and exhibit those 3 generic skills.
Business Management - Generic skill types
Generic skill types. Animation.
There are three generic skill types that managers will be expected to
display. They are:
* - 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
* - 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
* - 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.
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