This essay Management has a total of 2003 words and 11 pages.
The experience during the (name of course) at (name of College) has given me a broader view on managment. With the vast amount of material given to me in class with prior modules, Iıve increased my understanding of an effective management. Oneıs skill in management requires constant practice. Mangers who grow too complacement or too lazy to continue practicing will eventually find their carrer in decay. In this paper, I will present my concept of an ideal managment environment. Good management is practiced in many forms and in a great diversity of business situations. There are basic principles of how to manage, but they would be applied differently in different situations. In an effective organization led by good managers, there is a clear set of strategic objectives I consider skill essential in an effective management:
After I explain the six essential skills in an effective management, I will state my own style/preferences in management and explain how Iıll try to incorporate them into my effective management views.
There are many more concepts I have learned about effective management but I will focus on what areas I believe can relate to my needs in my organization. It is worthy to note that a successful organization have managers who have a great deal of flexibility in establishing a workable leadership style. Successful managers, in addition, realize that times, tasks, and circumstances change on a daily basis.
Nothing could be easier than failing to communicate. For many years, managers think they can belittle their employees with the ³Iım the boss, get to work² attitude. It is different today in most places. More poeople are beginning to understand how important good comunication really is.
Communicating well is something every one of us does everday in our lives. However, effective communication seems to be rare in adults. There are some basic concepts that can be implemented to have a successful communication. They are making communication a top priority, being open to other people, and creating a receptive enviornment for communication.
First, Iıve learned that I must make time to communicate with my subordinates no matter how busy I find myself during the work day. All my brilliant ideas are worthless if I dont share them. Second, if I can show my colleagues I am receptive to their ideas, they are more likely to be receptive to me and to keep me honestly informed about the things I need to know. Iıve learned that a good organization has people caring about the future of the organization and that top managements care as much about their people. Finally, itıs a basic fact that people wont say what they think and wonıt listen receptively to what you say unless a foundation of trust and shared interest has been laid.
In an effective management environment, people shouldnıt be punished for their openness; especially in situation when they took the risk to tell you what they think. For example, if I am in a position when someone disagrees with my plan and tried to make a suggestion, Iıd be very delicate about the way I tell them I dont agree with them. However, Iıd encourage them to come back to me the next time and make another suggestion.
I see an importance in having a skill to motivate people. In an effective managment environment, leaders should show the employees that he will take risks and encourages them to do the same. In the past modules, Iıve learned that using fear is a poor motivator. Companies that are run on that basis will end up with a work force of resentful employees. An ideal environment would be a place where someone feel a real sense of purpose, the feeling that they are valuable. This is where I believe a true motivation comes from, not just to work but to excel. To do this, I believe people need to be recognized, be included, be encouraged, and be involved. Glory should be shared with everyone in an organization and a clear understanding how value individuals are. Iıd like to see employees be given the freedom to work as they see fit, and convey their belief in their abilities by getting out of the way. In other words, an
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