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MANAGERIAL EFFECTIVENESS . MANAGERIAL EFFECTIVENESS. A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK. Effective & successful managers. Successful managers – defined operationally in terms of the speed of their performance within the organisation

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MANAGERIAL EFFECTIVENESS

A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK


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Effective & successful managers

  • Successful managers – defined operationally in terms of the speed of their performance within the organisation

  • Effective managers – defined in terms of the quantity & quality of standards of performance & the satisfaction & commitment of subordinates


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The golden rule management philosophy

  • Trust people fairly but according to merit

  • Make others feel important

  • Motivate people by praise

  • Encourage feedback

  • Sandwich every bit of criticism between two layers of heavy praise

  • Have an open-door philosophy

  • Help other people get what they want

  • Never hide behind policy or pomposity


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Figure 7.5

The effective management of people


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1.7

Old Manager

Thinks of self as manager or boss

Follows chain of command

Works within a set organizational structure

New Manager

  • Thinks of self as sponsor, team leader, or internal consultant

  • Deals with anyone necessary to get job done

  • Changes organizational structure in response to market change


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1.7

Old Manager

  • Makes most decisions alone

  • Hoards information

  • Tries to master one major discipline

  • Demands long hours

New Manager

  • Invites others to join in decision making

  • Shares information

  • Tries to master broad array of disciplines

  • Demands results


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Assessing a manager’s effectiveness

  • Meeting important deadlines

  • Accuracy of work

  • Level of complaints

  • Adherence to quality standards

  • Productivity

  • Adhering to budgets set

  • The strength of motivation & the morale of staff

  • The success of their training & development

  • The creation of an organisational environment in which staff work willingly & effectively


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Success Domains

Relationships

Personal

Growth

Work

Spirituality

Material

Wealth

Power

Integrity

Health

  • Key is Balance


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The Basic Managerial Skills

  • Planning, Organizing

  • Setting goals (Prioritize & Posterioritize)

  • Self assessment (Contribution, Productivity)

  • Team building (Participation,Interpersonal)

  • Managing time and stress

  • Problem solving and decision-making

  • Creativity

  • Communication & listening (Multi culture)

  • Emotional Intelligence


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Emotional Intelligence

  • Ability to monitor your own and others’ emotions and deal with them effectively

  • Leaders with emotional intelligence are

    • More likely to detect friction and eliminate conflict

    • More flexible

    • Better situational leaders


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The Basic Leadership Skills

  • How you manage!

    • Philosophy, style, approach, attitude, emotional intelligence.

  • Motivating and inspiring others to high levels of performance

  • Effective leaders know how to lead in any given situation, with any given group of individuals

  • Effective Leadership is very rare – and extremely valuable to organizations



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What is Stress?

Stress - the unconscious preparation to fight or flee that a person experiences when faced with any demand

Stressor - the person or event that triggers the stress response


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Fight

Flight

Stress Approaches

STRESS



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Yerkes-Dodson Law stress-burnout cycle.

Stress level

Boredom from

understimulation

Optimum

stress load

Conditions

perceived

as stressful

Distress from

overstimulation

Performance arousal

High

Low

High

(distress)

Optimum

(eustress)

Low

(distress)


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Sources of Stress at Work stress-burnout cycle.

(Internal & External)


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Stress Sources at Work stress-burnout cycle.

(Internal & External)


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How to combat stress? stress-burnout cycle.

  • Mental

    • Count to 10

    • Control your thoughts

    • Fantasize

    • Ignore the problem???

    • Meditate & Yoga

      • Focus point

      • Control your breathing

    • Think about how you’ll be a better person

      • Failure

      • Success


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How to combat stress? stress-burnout cycle.

  • Physical

    • Stretch

    • Massage

    • Exercise

    • Aromatherapy

    • Reflexology

  • Stress and Money

  • Prioritize

  • Delegate

  • Diet

  • Sleep

  • Laughter


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Maintaining Work-Life Balance stress-burnout cycle.

  • The importance

    • Changing social scene

    • Changing work culture

    • Increased work time

    • Dual income families

  • Steps to achieve work-life balance:

    • Discourage employees from working late

    • Take a regular employee satisfaction survey

    • Provide vacations

    • flexi times


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SPIRITUALITY stress-burnout cycle.AND STRESS MANAGEMENT


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