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How to become a great manager?

Updated on October 18, 2014
A Confident Manager
A Confident Manager

Management skills are completely different from giving great presentations or indulging in big show-ups. In fact, good managers must know and follow some of the fundamental principles in order to achieve operational efficiency in their organizations.
It is true that technology has brought about several changes but basic management principles have not undergone any changes. Only if your management approach is effective, you can be a great manager and can consistently inspire your employees for performing well and remaining loyal. Let us have a look at some of these fundamental principles.
Readily Acknowledge Contributions
When employees come out with the best outputs, you must readily acknowledge their performances and contributions to the productivity of the organization. A few encouraging and appreciative words can make them perform well on a consistent basis. But you must be sincere when you speak those words.
Positive Motivation
Mistakes do happen. Sometimes, standards may not be met. But this does not mean that you must start blaming people for such things. At the same time, you cannot ignore these things because they may lead to delays in achieving the targeted goals. You must bring the performances back to the expected levels. You should surmount challenges as a team. View employees as collaborators and not as your subordinates. Lowering the standards is never an option. Instead of blaming the employees for the mistakes, you must identify and focus on solutions to issues that block growth.
Communicate

Communicate with your employees as often as possible. The purpose is to clearly convey to them the goals of the organization. Even while assessing performances, employees expect you to be unbiased. Similarly, you must assess the progress of the projects accurately. Every success, however small it may be, should be communicated to your employees so that they remain inspired constantly. Even when there are problems, you should rely upon effective and constructive communication. The intention is to use the tool of communication to inspire and motivate your employees.
Trust Can Do Wonders
If you trust your employees fully, you will reap rich dividends. Employees will have a strong sense of loyalty towards the organization if you trust them. If you provide employees with autonomy, you can create a good and positive environment for them.
Take Steps To Develop Your Employees
You should impart in your employees what is known as 'the success mentality. If they are trained suitably to focus only on success, they can realize their fullest potential. Likewise, you should encourage them and help them find out their strengths. On your part, you should find out the factors that motivate them. Incorporate these factors into your efforts to inspire them and this will help you extract the best out of them.
Make Sure That Your Employees Do Not Get Overwhelmed
Though employees may face tricky and challenging situations, you must make sure that they do not get overwhelmed by them. This means that you should direct them suitably and provide a conducive environment that makes them comfortable. You must assign tasks according to the strengths of your employees.
If you focus on these points and learn the appropriate steps to implement them, you can certainly become a great manager.

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