The manager should not only give orders but also try to work with his subordinates in order to understand their point of view and the nature of the work. This will also help in determining whether there is any time management problem or any other difficulties faced by his subordinates during their performance or not. Until the manager works with the people he manages he will not be able to judge the performances - negative or positive of his workers. In all situations he should take decisions in a totally unbiased way to solve problems irrespective of its complexity. This approach might seem difficult but would take him a long way in his career. He should also possess the capability to adapt himself to the changes. He should direct his subordinates and make budget adjustments in a manner in which the changing conditions and demands are met appropriately. In doing all this he should never forget his primary task - the responsibility to always keep the customers of his organization satisfied by providing the highest quality of products and services.
Ability to lead people: Leadership qualities are of topmost importance for any manager to be successful. He should lead his team in such a manner that there is no misunderstanding and conflict within the group. Under his able leadership the primary goal of all the workers should be to work towards the common goal.
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This will enhance the enthusiasm of the workers, which will result in better performances. He should know how to use words that provide constructive feedback without harming anyone's self esteem. If a subordinate's work is worth criticism, he should always speak to him personally instead of humiliating him in front of others. No matter how much he admires a particular subordinate, this fact should never come in the way of providing equal employment opportunities to all. To enhance his team's performance he should capitalize on the diversity of talent. Hence his aim should be to inculcate leadership qualities that enable in lifting his team's vision to a much higher height, taking his team's performance towards a newer and better benchmark and building a better personality of his team members. Through this style of leadership which boasts of strict sense of conduct and responsibility, respect for everyone's work, conformity to the organizational goal, innovativeness, originality, equality and trust, the manager is sure to take his as well as his team members careers to great heights.
Skills in building relationships: Skilful communication is the key to success.
According to Rue and Byars "In general, organizational communication systems are downward, upward, and lateral (horizontal)" (88). Successful managers are those who are able to communicate skillfully within the three above mentioned communication systems. Downward communication means the one that is directed towards his subordinates. Upward communication means the communication that he directs towards the people whom he reports to. Horizontal communication refers to his coordination amongst the various departments of his organization. The