In reality, the organization is not as magical as in "Journey to the West". If a leader only has beliefs and no core skills, it is very likely that it will be difficult to convince the team. A mistake that new managers love to make, to pressure subordinates through positions of power is actually against the original intention of management.
Obsessed with authority, it is difficult to inspire goodwill in people. With strong professional ability, only to lead by example and be proactive. However, managers should not compare their skills with their subordinates. Subordinates are definitely stronger than you, if they are not stronger than you, it means that you have not found the right person.
2. Find the right people and do the right thing
Find the right person, put it in the right place, use the right email list method, and do the right thing.
What is the right person and thing?
This requires managers to be able to analyze the current situation of the organization, and to analyze specific standards, rather than subjective assumptions. Whether it is a general or a soldier, a warrior or a strategist, different people have different roles. A good manager will arrange the right people to the right things at the right time.
3. Develop plans and goals
The formulation of plans and goals is a must-have skill set for every manager.
The goal is the consensus that you and I have reached. , is the integration of the goals of the different roles of the team and the common goals of the enterprise, to find employees and employees to consciously do the things that "I want to do", instead of letting employees do the things that "I want to do" above.
The former is a spontaneous "target" and the latter is a forced "target".
4. Translation goals and results
The process of translating goals into tasks and outcomes into outcomes. Managers play a linking role in the team. It is particularly important for the company and the project to have clear goals, how to decompose the big goals into small goals that can be implemented by members, and to perform tasks one by one.