Background information on the topic of "Leadership behaviour for junior managers and master craftsmen"

Successful Employee Management

Anyone who wants to lead teams or manage departments is prepared to take responsibility for other employees and to focus on more than just their own career. Good managers ensure that every employee in the team masters new challenges and develops professionally. This is the only way a company can retain qualified and committed personnel who are responsible for its economic success. Thus, it is necessary for junior staff and master craftsmen to learn about leadership qualifications and to develop their own profile.

Developing a good knowledge of human nature and being able to deal sensitively with everyone is an essential prerequisite for leading a team. Knowledge of leadership styles provides opportunities to behave appropriately to the situation, to make decisions even in difficult phases and to be able to communicate them. Furthermore, it is the cooperation within the team that is accompanied by a good leader in order to create optimal working conditions at all times.

With a mix of motivation, challenge and praise as well as transparency in the cooperation, it is ensured that the employees also master difficult situations in order to achieve the set goal. The fact that this ultimately contributes to the company's success is just as important for a team as the awareness of having achieved something special through joint effort. Personal successes strengthen the expertise and professional competence of everyone in the team. If an appropriate appreciation and reward for this achievement is passed on by the manager, respect and trust on the part of the team will be the answer.

Leadership training for commercial managers is offered by Management-Institut Dr. A. Kitzmann as open events in Münster, Berlin, Frankfurt, Munich and as in-house seminars nationwide/internationally.

Author: Management-Institut Dr. A. Kitzmann

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