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How to Become a Manager People Admire?



Big firms need an experienced manager to coordinate with other employees. However, some managers sometimes make miserable decisions to the extent that employees regret having them as the manager. Announcing a vacant position and filling it in with any manager can be easy but getting the right manager that people can admire is the most technical part. A good manager can motivate the employer and employee, and the firm will have high productivity department in the end.


We have all witnessed working for bad managers, and it is not inspiring to go through the motions of getting things done daily, but it can be hard to motivate yourself to go above and beyond your full potential. Whether you have been a manager for decades or just moved into a management role it is your responsibility for keeping your team in great spirits. If you want to learn “How to Become a Manager People Admire”, then below are the practices you should consider.


Admit That You Need Employees

We have encountered cases where some managers tell their employees that they can do the task much better than the other employees. The time has changed, those staff you see over there have struggled to make their way to your company. As a good manager, all you must do is to appreciate their efforts. Imagine what would happen if you discouraged the ICT department staff and they quit their position.


Will your organization run swiftly? The answer is no because every member of your team plays a vital role that contributes to your firm's goodness. So, please treat them with respect.

Treat Your Employees Fairly

It is a normal thing for human beings to take sides, but it helps in reducing productivity in a work environment. When a new manager starts working, they often try to be fair to everyone, but as they get used to other staff, the manager becomes impartial.


Whenever you are allocating tasks, be fair to all your staff. There is no point in overloading one individual if the other has free time on their hands. Do not fail to sign someone’s vacation request but accept another’s just because you are buddies. Whenever you decide, be sure that you can defend them in a court of law.


Work Smart

The notion that a manager should manage, and delegate duties is a misleading one. Many managers who like bossing employees around have lost respect before the eyes of their employees. At times, your employees may be committed, do not hide in the office reading newspapers all day when you can help them with some of the tasks.


If you need workers to report early, be an example, but if you come to work 4 hours after your employees, what will you expect? Be a responsible manager who can stand in for their employees when the schedule is too tight.


Correct Your Employees If They Are Wrong

You can make a mistake, I can make a mistake, but that does not mean we are worse; all we need is someone to remind us that this is wrong; you should have done it the other way. Well, it may be painful, and at the time, you may get scared when your manager tells you that you made a mistake.

To become a manager that employees admire, you will need to take your stance. Give feedback, whether it is negative, all positive, and provide a guideline on correcting the situation. Assuming a tiny mistake today may cause the downfall of your firm tomorrow.



Written by: Girish Rohra Chawla


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