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Roles Of A Manager by Mind Map: Roles Of A Manager

1. taking into consideration what needs to be improved and taking action to do so

1.1. controlling

2. working to inspire the staff to work hard and complete the task at hand to company standards

2.1. leading

3. arranging tasks, people or other resources to accomplish the work

3.1. organizing

4. determining how you are going to accomplish the goals you set in place

4.1. planning

5. Top managers

5.1. CEO, President, Vice president, executive director president, administrator vice president

6. levels of a manager

7. Non-Managerial workers

7.1. Have no managerial authority

8. First line managers

8.1. department head, supervisor, team leader

9. MIddle Managers

9.1. Division manager, regional manager, plant manager, executive director, branch manager

10. Management Fundamentals

11. Managerial activities

11.1. work long hours

11.2. working at an intense pace ond or environment

11.3. managers work fragement of varied tasks

11.4. work with many communicatioan media

12. types of managers

12.1. staff managers

12.1.1. uses their expertise to guide the staff

12.2. line managers

12.2.1. contribute to the production of goods

12.3. functoional managers

12.3.1. incharge of a specific area such as finance, accounting, sales etc

12.4. general managers

12.4.1. incharge of of multifuctional units

12.5. administrator

12.5.1. managers in a non profit organization

13. Changing nature of managerial work

14. Developing managerial competency

14.1. Teamwork- The ability to work effectively as a team member and member. contributes to the teams performance and success

14.1.1. Communication- Able to communicate ideas through oral expression, writing, technology or oral presentation

14.1.2. Critical thinking - the ability to gather and analyze information for creative problem solving

14.1.2.1. Leadership-ability to influence and support others to perform complex and ambiguous tasks

14.1.2.2. professionalism- Ability to sustain a positive impression, instill confident and maintain career advancement- includes personal presence, personal initiative and career management

14.1.3. Self management- Ability to modify behavior and meet performance obligations including ethical reasoning and behavior, personal flexibility, tolerance of ambiguity and performance responsibility