Learning to be an ideal manager with Executive MBA institutes in India
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10 March 2018 - 17:49, by , in EEC, Comments off

Everyone understands that the role of a manager is of authority thus they try to be stringent with rules that may not seem extremely important. They try to imply their authority by micromanaging the employee’s work and behaviour. They try to show superiority through the knowledge that they have attained and will try and emphasize the work done by them on behalf on the employee. Is this the kind of manager you would like to be?

My previous organisation manager was the perfect example of how not to be all that is listed above. He was I would say an ideal manager even though he was a passed out from the best Executive MBA institutes in India, he never tried to portray his superiority based on his education. It was with pride that he should share his experiences of Executive MBA institutes in India and how they helped him progress further up the ladder of success.

Mantras of managerial success with Executive MBA institutes in India

The manager I was talking about previously led me to follow his footsteps. Unlike other managers he emphasised more on being a mentor than being an authoritative figure. He was very approachable and friendly but at the same time he tended to impose work load on the team. He followed these simple mantras:

  • He didn’t stand on our head supervising the time we arrived and left. However he insured that we completed our tasks for the day before we left. Most managers tend to micromanage their team members by looking at the time they arrive in office, they don’t consider the late hours that an employee sits. Thus, putting down the employee morale.
  • He openly discussed what he learnt while pursuing Executive MBA institutes in India. We go to learn a lot from him unlike other managers that tend to hide their superior knowledge, he always encouraged us to approach him with an issue.
  • He said that if your work was not getting completed on time and you took it back home everyday, it was your own incompetency. You need to finish the work in office, leave on time and then enjoy with your family. This kind of proper balance helps de-stress the employee and he can easily contribute actively towards out of the box thinking.
  • Creativity is important in every sphere of life so if we were asked to contribute ideas, all of us got the chance to do so. He used to assign the work to different members based on their capabilities and expertise. There was no place for favouritism or biased nature because he wanted perfection in his work.

I have learnt a lot from him and I have gladly followed the same rules that were taught by him. These followings are simple and make you happy. Employees don’t think of you as a villain in an organisation and you get the work done on time with willing team members ready to devote more time to a task if required.