What Great Managers Do Differently

Published on by Lena Moss

Aside from posting job advertisements, sifting through numerous numbers of resume, scheduling interviews and reading results from accurate background screening, HR personnel and managers carry other responsibilities.  It is also in their line of work to help make a friendly work environment, resolve and avoid conflicts in the office and build stronger teams. But what do great managers have or do that sets them apart from other managers?


Great managers have an amazing way in motivating employees to bring out the best in them and excel in their performance. This begins by building strong and open relationship between the employees and giving them a conducive environment good for fostering their skills and abilities. They create a work friendly office culture that sets the tone and balance between work, play and enjoyment.



They have good control of office situations and most importantly, their team respects them. They have an open channel of communication in case someone wants to give comments and suggestions regarding office and team-related decisions. Before resolving conflicts, they put aside their personal bias and listen carefully and attentively to both sides. They look for the core of the problem so that it may be addressed and that they may learn lessons in order to avoid it from happen again. 





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