ROLE OF MANAGERS

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ROLE OF MANAGERS IN IMPROVING EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE : 

ROLE OF MANAGERS IN IMPROVING EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE BY K V Srikanth ROLL NO:35

MANAGER : 

MANAGER A person who manages, conducts, trains, manipulates, directs, deals, supervises, organizes and controls resources, expenditures, an organization, an institution, a team, a household, etc.

The roles and responsibilities of a managers : 

The roles and responsibilities of a managers Supervise and manage the overall performance of staff in his department. Analyzing, reporting, giving recommendations and developing strategies on how to improve quality and quantity. Achieve business and organization goals, visions and objectives. Involved in employee selection, career development, succession planning and periodic training. Working out compensations and rewards.

What Makes a Good Manager : 

What Makes a Good Manager Interpersonal relationship skill. Communication skill. Good planner. Decision Maker Leadership skill Appraiser.

THE THREE-PRONGED STRATEGY : 

THE THREE-PRONGED STRATEGY MANAGERS AS MENTORS MANAGERS AS COACHES MANAGERS AS COUNSELORS

DIFFERENT ROLE OF MANAGERS FOR EMPLOYEES : 

DIFFERENT ROLE OF MANAGERS FOR EMPLOYEES The role of a mentor for top performers. The role of a coach for solid citizens. The role of a counselor for low performers.

MANAGERS AS MENTORS : 

MANAGERS AS MENTORS One of the most valuable roles a manager can perform in today's rapidly changing environment is to mentor and inspire the people around them to learn. Mentor are those who have added number of years to their experience. They acquires a pool of knowledge and wisdom. Mentors should ideally guide their star performers

MANAGERS AS MENTORS : 

MANAGERS AS MENTORS The Manager as Mentor will enable managers to bring out the best in themselves, the people they guide, and their organizations. The manager needs to develop new abilities and interest.

MANAGERS AS COACHES : 

MANAGERS AS COACHES INCREASE SELF-AWARENESS BY TUNING IN TO THOUGHTS AND FEELINGS.  CHOOSE WHEN AND HOW TO TAKE ACTION.  SOLVE PROBLEMS CREATIVELY. LISTEN TO FEEDBACK, INCORPORATE CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM. UNDERSTAND AND RESPECT THE OPINIONS OF OTHERS.

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MAKE APPROPRIATE REQUESTS OF OTHERS SET LIMITS, SAYING "NO" WHEN NECESSARY. DECREASE HOSTILITY AND DEFENSIVENESS. CHANGING THE ATTITUDES AN PERSPECTIVES OF EMPLOYEES WITH LOW PERFORMANCE.

MANAGERS AS COUNSELORS : 

MANAGERS AS COUNSELORS It is not easy for managers to deal with underperformers. The manager generally in recruiting, developing and retaining the top performer. To deal effectively with underperformers, managers need to play the role of a counselors.

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Counseling can be used for confronting and correcting subordinates whose performance is below standard.

CONCLUSION : 

CONCLUSION Managers do not achieve results on their own. It is their team people working under their supervision that actually achieves the results for them. The manager required the personal investment in time and energy for learning the art of effective mentoring, coaching and counseling.

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