It seems that many of us are capable of distributing our time and the time of our employees properly and in a rational way. If that’s the case, why are we so often confronted with the lack of this prominent, valuable and sadly finite resource?
In the previous part of this article we’ve talked about only a portion of leadership skills any good top manager should have. This part is going to discuss such character traits as good sense of humor, curiosity, the ability to negotiate and delegate authority. Let’s begin.
Everybody knows the old saying’ “People aren’t born good leaders, they become them”. Is this true and which leadership traits one has to possess in order to be a good top manager? We tried answering this question when writing this article.
While people couldn’t dream of working remotely 10 years ago, nowadays every other company makes use of at least one remote employee. Big corporations and enterprises employ entire remote worker staffs, whose presence on office grounds is unrequired.
Relationships between employer and staff members are the basis of forming a microclimate in any organization. Many CEOs fail to learn the principles of effective employee communication and believe that they innately possess effective communication skills. Lets not forget that we live in ever changing and dynamic times.
A company can not develop and become more profitable by placing all its fate in old business ideas and practices. Its management has to experiment with new concepts in order to adjust to the ever changing market. Products and services can then be made based on those ideas.