25 Traits that Make for a Gifted Manager

first_imgA good manager can be easy to identify, but hard to find. They work well with their team, as well as those above them. They have a nuanced understanding of people and how to handle them. Yet they’re also able to oversee the operation from a business standpoint — projects are completed, budgets and deadlines are always met. Essentially, a good manager can balance all of the many duties that are tethered to the role.Here are a few other characteristics of a good manager, as identified by a contributor for Dr. Management, a resource site for managers:Good managers always remain calm. Even under the most dire circumstances, they’re poised. This not only bodes well for them, but it also sets a standard for others around them.Good managers will typically be self-motivated. They won’t need to be inspired or prodded.When you have a capable manager guiding a team, it’s an immense weight off of other managerial positions and the company itself. For more signs of a skilled manager, read the full article here.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThislast_img read more