Becoming a manager may sound appealing to most people who are totally unaware of the business and professional world. In most cases however, the position is critical and at the same time carries a heavy load on the shoulders of the person who assumes the position. The responsibility of the person covers all aspects of his department and this includes productivity, maximizing resources and properly disseminating the duties and functions of every individual assigned under him and overlooking these people and ensuring that they perform expectedly according to their best.
Determining the extent of assigning the duties and delegating them properly, is similar to idenfitying the right ingredients to expect the department work harmoniously. Assigning the right amount of work, without burning out your staff yet achieving their expected output in the best possible way is one of the burdens that a good manager has to deal with.
The title of being a supervisor, manager, vice president, president or chief exectuive office may sound appealing but the right people who get these titles truly earned them and deserve it. They are the more experienced warriors in business and for sure, proper delegation of duties to the maximum extent is something that they are used to, and will definitely be in the best interest of both the organization and the labor force that compose the company as a whole.
Originally posted on March 26, 2006 @ 10:29 am