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That does it takes to be a manager?
Weegy: Here, you will find information on the characteristics or traits that make up a good manager. You may want to evaluate yourself and your current managers by this information. [ That way, you can make any necessary changes to ensure that you and your managers exhibit quality and professionalism. 1. High standards. A manager should have a very strong idea with what is right and wrong in the business world. In order to be a good manager, a person must be able to look at any situation and then make decisions based on what is right. These standards should have to do with business practices as well as the work of the employees who work below the manager. High standards should be very important in the management world. 2. Strong Work Ethics. Anyone with a weak work ethic may look at a management status as a chance to not work hard or goof off. This could be detrimental to your business, and it certainly will not project the right image to your customers and business peers. Make sure to choose managers who have continually exhibited a strong work ethic no matter where they were working. These people will continue that ethic in their new jobs. 3. Professionalism. A manager has many responsibilities. They will need to be able to handle whatever may come their way in a calm and professional manner. This could include conflicts between employees, customer dissatisfaction, dealings with difficult vendors, and more. Professionalism is very important in managers. If you see any of your managers exhibit unprofessional behavior, make sure to address it immediately so that the behavior does not continue. 4. Understanding. A manager is in a precarious situation. In a way, they live in both worlds, working between the owner and the workers. A manager needs to be able to understand both of these worlds. While they should be able to see the ultimate goals and visions that the owner has for the business, they also need to be able to see things from the perspective of the ... (More)
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how managers, when applying leadership principles, can contribute to a healthy organizational culture.
Weegy: In a healthy organization, managers will accept the strategic direction shared by the leadership team and find ways to carry it out. Leaders will communicate clearly and honestly, and establish clear milestones. [ Managers will accept direction from leaders and add to it, adding the muscles and sinews of operational effectiveness to the bones of strategic vision. In turn, managers will honestly communicate successes and failures to the leadership team, to help keep the vision in sync with reality. ] (More)
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Provide some examples of situations in which you wanted to do a great job, but you were prevented from doing so. How did this affect you?
Weegy: You should have your radar on at all times to try and prevent these conflicts before they escalate. You should take the time to learn and understand the laws associated with the EEOC [ This includes understanding the policies regarding Affirmative Action, as you or your supervisor’s personal attitude can make or break your organizations EEOC and affirmative action policies. If you create an atmosphere of equality, and help facilitate understanding and tolerance among all employees, you should be able to avoid any conflicts associated with the EEOC and affirmative action. ] (More)
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