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Published on Jun 6, 2014
We've all heard of time-management. We know what anger-management is. We may even have seen the movie. Those types of management are directed toward ourselves. Each of us is the manager of our own time and behavior. Those who fulfill the role of manager on the job must coach themselves while managing others. Good managers don't do all the work themselves. They allocate resources, empower their subordinates, develop skills in others, and serve as the head cheerleader. They make things happen by asking questions, encouraging critical thinking, and motivating the team to discover solutions. Rather than manage people, really excellent managers manage resources that challenge others to achieve and grow. That's the right stuff of which emerging leaders are made.