Lead- delegate to employees, leadership, lead the market
Organise- how will the companys resources be used
Control- when goals are not met, the reason for variance must be
identified and fixed.
2. planning. In this step the manager will create a detailed action plan aimed at some organizational goal.
organizing. This step requires he/she to determine how theyt will distribute resources and organize her employees according to the plan.
leading. In this step, he/she spends time connecting with their employees on an interpersonal level. This goes beyond simply managing tasks.
Controlling. Once the plan has been carried out the manager evaluates the results against the goals.
3. Task definition – How tasks are allocated, who reports to whom and the formal co-ordinating mechanisms and interaction patterns that will be followed
Communication Style – How messages travel throughout an organization.
Formalization – The degree to which jobs and procedures within the organization are standardized using defined rules covering decision making, communication and management control.
Type of Influence – This relates to the influencing techniques used by management to direct and motivate staff to achieve the desired goal.
4. MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP SKILLS
CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS
PROJECT MANAGEMENT SKILLS
5. Pros: More money, More responsibility, & More experience
Cons: More tough decisions, More pressure, & More work
6. Yes, because being a manager takes a lot of guts and doing work, plus it's a lot of money and i love money.