Thursday, August 14, 2014

How Out of Office Workers Can Become Great Managers

Why Great Managers Are So RareOut of Office workers who aspire to management roles must work harder than their in-office colleagues to convince management they're suitable for such roles. In this episode, we look at five skills the Gallup organisation identified for great managers, and show you how to demonstrate them as an Out of Office worker.

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Read the Gallup article, Why Great Managers Are So Rare, which we mention in this episode. These are the five skills the article identifies for great managers:

  • They motivate every single employee to take action and engage employees with a compelling mission and vision.
  • They have the assertiveness to drive outcomes and the ability to overcome adversity and resistance.
  • They create a culture of clear accountability.
  • They build relationships that create trust, open dialogue, and full transparency.
  • They make decisions based on productivity, not politics.

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