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What Do Managers Actually Do?

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    Tracy C.
    US
    Tracy C.

    To me a good manager informs employees in a clear, concise way, of what jobs are expected of them. Learn each employees weaknesses and strengths, focus on the strengtth but give them guidance to help develope the weakness.

    Manita T.
    TH
    Manita T.

    In my Opinion Manager is one position that much more responsible for the team. Manager has to be a good direction for team and really understanding about organisation goal. Manager need to understand interpersonal of team members and individual ability that help to improving and success, however the important role of manager need to concern about people, budget, time and risk then notice and lead them for get to the point.

    AKINSANYA I.
    NG
    AKINSANYA I.

    @Laurelle; such manager is involve in an out-of-sight management. He will dealing more with people who are not working directly under him/her to ensure the growth of the 'small organization'

    Chanel D.
    ZA
    Chanel D.

    A Manager is also as good as the team behind him/her. If the team supports the Manager then the TEAM excels but when there is resistance from the team then the Manager is looked as not an effective leader.

    Riette B.
    ZA
    Riette B.

    Manager

    Isoken Precious O.
    NG
    Isoken Precious O.

    Being a manager is multi-tasking. one has to be strong and prepared

    Michele S.
    CA
    Michele S.

    I have seen managers face what Carly (the example) faced - some can juggle, others fail.

    Janet G.
    GB
    Janet G.

    Managers are there to lead their team in a manner that best suits the teams needs to achieve the overall aim

    Chidem E.
    GB
    Chidem E.

    Management is the planning, organising, leading and controlling of human and other resources to achieve organisational goals efficiently and effectively. Managers do forecasting and planning, organising, leading, coordinating, and controlling.

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