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Take the Reins, Your Team Deserves It!!

A professional environment consists of respectful, mature, competent, and accountable employees. It is important that the environment of a workplace maintains such characteristics. Furthermore, backbiting, cheating, theft, and other behavior need to be almost non-existent. This is where the manager comes in. In short, you can say that the manager is the peace-keeper of a professional environment. While this may put you in an “uncomfortable” position to be the peace-keeper, by confronting uncomfortable situations, it is a necessary attribute of all successful managers.

As a manager you gain and build credibility and respect by intervening when necessary and your TEAM will benefit by your actions. Letting poor behavior be acceptable, only pulls you down in the eyes of your TEAM and greatly diminishes your ability to be an effective leader.

Hiring the Right People

There is no more important role for a manager than the hiring of Team Members. If a manager is responsible for hiring new recruits, then they should not just look at the first few resumes and select the “best of the litter”. A manager always needs to look high and low to hire the best resource. Other factors should also be considered apart from skill set, including the individual’s characteristics and personal traits.

Every opportunity to hire a new Team Member is the responsibility of the manger to improve the overall quality and effectiveness of the Team.

The whole purpose of the interview process is to learn about the individual, who they are, their capabilities, and how will they become an asset to the

workplace and teams. Using the Performance Strategies 4-Hour Hiring Process enhances the ability to select the best-of-the-best and improve the long-term retention of Team Members.

Being a Role Model

Employees look up to good managers. As such, they should feel comfortable approaching them for issues or advice. A manager should always strive to keep commitments they make, listen to their employees, and keep their cool. They must know how to manage people, professionally, regardless of the pettiest of disputes. They must have the qualities of a leader while having a positive attitude. Remember, you lead people and manage processes. These are two specifically different roles that each manager must understand and recognize as two separate skills to develop.

Providing Feedback & Coaching

For the most part, new employees feel awkward as if they do not belong. It’s the duty of the manager to ensure that they feel that they do belong and get them to be a valued member of the Team A.S.A.P. One of the ways through which a manager needs to know how to manage people is by providing them with constant feedback and coaching. Feedback helps build confidence and lets an individual know what areas they need to work on, whereas coaching helps them work on that area themselves. To an extent, one can say that a manager is the essential backbone of a workplace as without one, it will be very difficult to manage people. Don’t get so caught up in day-to-day “activity” as to neglect your Team.

Build an environment of respect, pride, integrity and teamwork … and you will be amazed at the results the Team can produce!!

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