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Very true as a manager you keeping learning day in day out on the job.
I also agree on it
That is true
It is true as a manager, you have be patients with people around you in other to win their trust and not to be in a hasten to draw conclusion.
Yea ,you should not consider more patients let the leader himself use the rules that should be obeyed by everyone,The company rules should be used to maintain the good relationship within the family members or the workers ,if we use patients we can not run or produce anything,unless,we respect the rules
I agree perfectly. a manager must always know there are people with different backgrounds, different ideas and have different perspective. So you must have variety of personas to deal with and accept each persons perspective. though you may want to push your perspective through, your patience and ability to accept them for who they are will gain their respect
As a manager you need to share your expertise & ideas with your employes
this is good am learning
Always ready for conflict resolution amongst team members and hence the judge and the jury… That quite applies
Exactly and you need to also show your team that you’re approachable and willing to listen.