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Effective management for managers today

  2. A Definition of Management  Management processes include planning, organizing, Leading and controlling.  An important aspect of management's function is the allocation of finite resources.  Resources can be human, financial, technological or natural.  There are different management styles: Traditional, team, and servant.
  3. The Management Process  Planning  The process of setting performance objectives and determining what actions should be taken to achieve them.  Organizing  The process of assigning tasks, allocating resources and coordinating the activities of individuals and groups.  Leading  The process of arousing people’s enthusiasm to work hard and inspiring their efforts to fulfill plans and accomplish objectives.  Controlling  The process of measuring work performance, comparing results to objectives and taking corrective
  4. The Management Process Chart
  5. Effective Management  Effective Managers  Meet both performance and satisfaction goals. o Performance relates to achieving organizational goals o Satisfaction relates to (quality of work life)
  6. How to Be an Effective Manager?  1) Build a good relationship with your people by demonstrating interest not only in their job but also in their personal lives.  2) Be humble.  3) Sharpen your communication skills.  4) Provide and ask for feedback.  5) Empower your people.
  7. 7 Keys to Becoming a More Effective Manager “1 1. Delegate Wisely  The key to management success is to learn to effectively delegate both the responsibility for completing assignments and the authority required to get things done. 2. Set Goals  Every employee needs goals to strive for. Not only do goals give employees direction and purpose, but they ensure that your employees are working towards the overall organizational goals.
  8. 7 Keys to Becoming a More Effective Manager “2 3. Communicate  Far too many managers communicate far too little. It's often difficult for busy business owners and executives to keep their employees up-to-date on the latest organizational news. 4. Make Time for Employees  Above all, managing is a people job. When an employee needs to talk with you--whatever the reason--make sure that you set aside the time to do so.
  9. 7 Keys to Becoming a More Effective Manager “3 5. Recognize Achievements  Every employee wants to do a good job. And when they do a good job, employees want recognition from their bosses. 6. Think About Lasting Solutions  No matter how difficult the problem, there is always a quick solution, and entrepreneurs are happiest when they are devising solutions to problems.
  10. 7 Keys to Becoming a More Effective Manager “4 7. Don't Take It Too Seriously  Without a doubt, owning a company is serious business. Products and services must be sold and delivered, and money must be made. Despite the gravity of these responsibilities, successful managers make their organizations fun places to work.
  11. Functions of Managers  Planning & Decisions  Organizing Tasks  Staffing Roles  Leading Teams  Knowledge Management  Controlling Activities  Customer Experience Management
  12. The Roles of Management 1) Interpersonal Roles:  Figurehead  Leader 2) Informaltional Roles:  Moniton  Spoker person 3) Decisional Roles:  Enterpreneur  Resosourse Allocator
  13. Effective Management Skills  While some people are natural leaders or managers, management skills can be learned or developed in almost anyone.  The skills required for a manager fall in four categories : 1) Technical Skills 2) Administrative Skills 3) Problem Solving 4) Interpersonal Skills
  14. Technical Skills  The manager should know how to operate, program, and fix the register.  Managers should be willing to learn new technology.  Technology can make a managers job easier and less time consuming.
  15. Administrative Skills  Planning includes determining what needs to be done and how it will be done.  Both short-term and long-term planning should be used.  Controlling is the process of comparing the plan to the actual results.  Another word for controlling is evaluating.
  16. Problem Solving  Effective managers have to be able to solve problems may arise within the organization.  To be a good problem solver, a manager needs good communication skills, listening skills, analytical skills, and research skills to generate possible solutions. Employees will look to the manager to “fix” whatever is not working.
  17. Interpersonal Skills  The manager may interact with other employees, teachers, administrators, students, customers, and vendors.  A manager needs to get along well with others and demonstrate leadership.  They should be a good listener and understand the needs of people.  The manager should set an example.
  18. Managing Effectively for Results  Good managers are proactive and unconventional in managing change, finding ways to do better and more with less resources, leading with greater flexibility and diversity in approaches to deliver results.  They must focus on high performance, direct efforts on continuous improvement, and are themselves champion and initiator of change.
  19. An effective manager will:  Manage performance for results:  Make best use of resources, ensure value for money, overcome constraints and avoid wastage.  Develop performance indicators and benchmark for continuous improvement.  Review and improve work processes, procedures and systems.  Identify and address problems and concerns through preventive actions.
  20. An effective manager will:  Make change happen :  Act as a catalyst and driver for continuous improvement.  Work beyond traditional boundaries and produce results.  Is prepared to take risks, overcome obstacles, and manage resistance.  Learn from mistakes and success; do not lose strength and courage.
  21. An effective manager will:  Act ethically and maintain integrity  Is open, honest and truthful.  Uphold integrity of one self and in staff.  Keep promises, deliver results and admit mistakes.
  22. An effective manager will:  Take responsibility for continuous self improvement  Understand own strengths and weaknesses as well as the working environment.  Explore good management practices elsewhere, update knowledge, skills and techniques relevant to the job.  Seek feedback from supervising officer, peers and staff members.  Seek opportunities to develop a different range of job experiences.  Extend network, and arrange self-study for continuous learning and improvement.
  23. An effective manager will:  Possess and project a positive self- image  Is self motivated and willing to contribute efforts beyond the basics.  Has high energy, resilience and tenacity.  Lead by example and personal commitment.
  24. Questions : True Or False  1) Is planning a management process ? (True)  2) A resources can be financial ? (True)  3) There are diffrent Management Styles ? (True)  4) There are 10 Key’s to becoming a more effictive manger? (False)  5) Communication is not important ? (False)  6) Taking a break is one the 7 key’s to becoming a better manger ? (False)  7) Organizing Tasks is function of manger? (True)
  25. Questions : True Or False  8) An effictive manger will learn from his mistakes and success ? (True)  9) An effictive manger will sit back and relax ? (False)  10) A good mager will not care about financial problems ? ( False)
  26. Questions : Match  Mangment processes Communicate  Resources Truthful  Act ethically Leading  Take responsbility Human  Functions of mangers Interpersonal  Roles of management Problem slolving  Effictive management skills Traditional  7 key to be effictive manager Leading teams
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