Are You Ready To Be A Better Manager?

I am guessing that if you are in a management role, you would like to thrive and prosper. After all, if you thrive and prosper, your career soars and you get the rewards that this brings.

So if you are ready to be a better manager, what do you need to consider?

    What is expected of you?

  • Interestingly, when I pose this question to clients, they often struggle to come up with a good answer. You may have a list of objectives or a job description but are you clear on what is expected of you as a manager? If not, make it a priority to find out.
  • Do a self assessment

  • Spend some time reflecting on what it is you do really well and what areas might need developing. Armed with this, you can take immediate action to move forward.
  • Actively seek feedback

  • Feedback is the catalyst for change. More often than not, people will identify things that you do well that you are not even aware of.
  • Create a development plan

  • We also need to grow and develop. Standing still is quite simply not an option.

The truth is some simple things can make big differences to the results you achieve. So what needs your attention most?

Duncan Brodie of Goals and Achievements helps accountants and health professionals to achieve success and realize their professional potential through being highly effective leaders and managers. For more information and to sign up for his free audio e-course click here

About the Author Duncan Brodie

In summary since 2006 I’ve worked with in excess of 5,000 accountants and professionals in workshops, seminars and one to one helping them achieve career success and become better leaders and presenters. Before that I spent 25 years in accountancy climbing the career ladder from Payments Clerk to FD. Articles I’ve written and posted on EzineArticles have had over 800,000 views. A Udemy course on Presentation Skills has had over 10,000 enrolments. I'm the author of 3 Kindle Books I’m a CIMA Fellow, Certified Professional Coach and Team Coach Facilitator

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