How To Spot a Potential Manager
In working with your employees, you observe the strength and weaknesses of each person. This constant awareness allows you to maximize the contributions of each employee. Along the way, you will have that one employee who brings to the team a wide range of strengths. This is the person you will want to groom for a management position. The following article provides you will the necessary skill sets for a manager.
“4 Signs Your Employee is Management Material” by Ashlie Turley on Refresh Leadership site:
The best managers often start lower within the ranks of a company and work their way up. There are numerous benefits to promoting and filling management positions from within your business, you just have to recognize the talent you already employ. To make that search easier, here are four key traits to look for. And, if you can find someone that exemplifies all four, then you have probably uncovered management material from right under your nose! (read article)
All employees need support from their manager to maximize their performance. That’s what managing employees is all about…focusing on their development. A manager who enhances the skills and knowledge of each of their team members will be successful in contributing to the growth of the company. In this day and age, employee talent is the biggest asset of the company.