Managing other people

Managing other people

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Managing people is something that you may have to do, if you're not doing it already. If you are working on improving your interpersonal skills, you will become a better manager as a result. You may have originally been appointed because of a different set of skills scientific, technical or other. Should you be technically excellent at your job and have management capabilities, you will almost certainly be promoted. At some stage your original skills become to a large extent redundant, because what you are using most of the time now is management skills.

Inspec keywords: management science; multiskilling

Other keywords: management capabilities; manager; management skills; managing people; interpersonal skills

Subjects: General management

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