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By George Dodson
When it comes to being a manager, it is certainly not an easy position to be in. Indeed there will be lots of benefits for this said position and the pay will be much better than any regular employees however with power, there is great responsibility. Some of those things which a manager should always do include overseeing his or her team or staff, tracking and making sure production hits quota, making sure everyone is doing their job well and many others. Likewise when it comes to people you trust, the manger is oftentimes on that list. Thus without being credible as well as amiable within the office then you can’t be a good manager. With this in mind, what can you do to become the ideal manager in your company? Listed here are a few of the things you can do to become the ideal manager at work or the good leader.

Credibility is the key A simple yet effective way of gaining loyalty from your staff or colleagues is by boosting or establishing your credibility. If there is one thing that you wan to find from your employers or managers it would be that they are trustworthy as well as reliable. Having to establish credibility at work allows you to also establish trust and closeness at work with your colleagues or staff. all you have to do is be open to others as well as demonstrate your skills and expertise by simply helping out. Respect will then be given to you as well as trust.

Socialize with your colleagues One rule you need to remember as a manager is always keep your people on top of your list. Do your best to train and give them what they need to become a better employee. This will then lead them to become better employees thus giving your company better production rates as well as a more intimate connection among colleagues. Prior to being a people person, you also need to learn how to listen to your staff as this will help you gauge their needs and what must be done on your part. In line with productivity, you may also want to motivate them through incentives or simply by words.

Acknowledge efforts If you want to become a good manager then you should also learn how to acknowledge efforts for a good job done. Any person would feel happy if they know that their efforts are always acknowledged or given credit. At the same time, you would also want to acknowledge the efforts of those who have tried but failed. With this, your colleagues can further enhance their resources and skills and try again until they can achieve a more positive result.

Lead your team by example When talking about being a manager or any kind of leader, you need to lead your people by being a good example. As a manager, you need to make sure that your staff is at their best and everything is on operation or on process however there are also other tasks he or she should do by himself. A good example can be then shown if you simply carry out the tasks which you are supposed to do. Always aim to be productive, to motivate as well as to inspire. Show them a winning attitude and they will sure to follow.

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