How You Can Assist The Company As A Manager?

When many people think of a manager, and the work they do, there is a focus on how they engage and motivate a team of people beneath them. Managers are responsible for the performance and output of the people below them, but managers must also link with people above them in the chain of corporate command.

Managers must support company goals

Many firms, particularly companies of a considerable size, have many layers above the management level. This means managers must act within guidelines of the company, and meet the expectations of their superiors.

A manager needs to help a company meet its goals. The management of employees beneath them is often about making sure these workers help the company achieve the overall objectives. The manager is unlikely to set these goals, but they may have responsibility for ensuring these goals are met.

This is an issue for some people regarding the position of manager. While you are in charge of people, it is unlikely you have free will or the ability to do as you please. Your decisions must sit in line with what the company wants to achieve. This is sometimes limiting, and it creates additional pressures for managers to meet their goals and expectations.

Managers must know their role within an organisation

If you are a manager, or you wish to become a manager, you must understand your position within the organisation. Knowing you are often the central cog in an organisation, linking lower-level employees with superior management and directors is a challenging task, and it carries its problems.

Managers must develop interpersonal skills

It is vital managers develop people skills, as they will spend a lot of motivating and influencing employees. While you may think you can instruct your team to do something and they will instinctively do it, the real world doesn’t work like this. As a manager, you need interpersonal skills, as this will help you to get the best from your team. Knowing when you have to press your team to work harder or when you should reward your team for their efforts so far is an integral part of the role, but it is a part of the process which is often overlooked.

Similarly, managers must negotiate on behalf of their direct employees when upper-management make a request. In some ways, a manager must be a buffer between the different levels of a company, and a successful manager protects and supports their direct employees, facilitating them in their role.

At Global Solution Services, we believe management training is ideal for current managers, and people with a driving ambition to become a manager. We are pleased to say we are running a range of management training courses in the opening months of 2020, and we look forward to welcoming you.

If you would like to learn more about our two-day management training courses with dates in January, February and March, please contact us today. We are running courses in Kensington and Croydon, so hopefully, there is an option near you.

Statement from GSS Directors on Covid-19

Statement from GSS Directors – Centre closures from 30th March 2020

Following the recent announcements made by UK Government, we would like to keep you updated on the changes GSS has made and the measures we have put in place to protect the well-being and safety of all our learners, customers and staff.

As of 30th March 2020 all GSS delivery sites will be closed. However, we are still fully operational and will be running Careers Advice and Guidance alongside Training via skype calls, video conferencing and on-line services to ensure all our customers, learners and trainees can still access our service.

These are indeed exceptional circumstances and we are working tirelessly behind the scenes to respond to the latest policy changes in some of our working procedures, and continue to prepare online material and resources to ensure minimum disruption to our service

We will continue to deliver Online Training and support going forward.

For further support please contact us on: 0844 745 2001 or 0208 665 4296

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We understand these are very difficult and anxious times for everyone, and urge you to stay home and keep safe, and to relieve the burden on the emergency services.

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We look forward to welcoming you all back to face to face meetings and training as soon as we can. In the meantime, stay home, stay safe and we will see you through our on-line channels.

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