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Development of Employees is Imperative for Managers
S.T. Mtwa, Project Manager, South Africa

The essence of being a manager rests within the ability and habit to develop employees to become more creative and assertive in the work place. The more employees develop and climb the ladder, the better the manager.
Unfortunately there is quite an abundance of managers who suppress development of employees to ensure an unchallenged chiefdom for themselves.

Employees' Development is Imperative for Managers
Hauwa patricia, Interim Manager, Nigeria
This negativity to development is most prominent in Africa, hence the slow development in all area. It is evident not only in management but even in governance and the academia.

Employees Development is Imperative for Managers
BIYANKA, Analyst, Sri Lanka
I agree with Hauwa. This is prominent in Sri Lanka too. As a drawback of this, the potential of employees never comes up, but stagnates.

Development of Employees is Responsibility of Line Manager
Ram Dwivedi, Manager, India
I agree with Mtwa, this is a common phenomenon of human being, but needs to be develop and change of mindset is required to develop the employee down the line.
It is the responsibility of line manager to develop his successor and position himself as a successor for a higher role and responsibility.
But behind this there is need of well defined opportunity to all the employees so that every manager could see his future as well as to decide the development of the employee working under him.

Managing Employee Development
Md Abdus Salam, Director, Canada
There are two ways to improve your organization:
1. Recruit the best person suitable for each position
2. Train staff on a continuous basis
As a principal, I look for the best teacher during the hiring process. If you can hire the best, 75% of the problems arising from classroom management will disappear. I also organize trainings and workshops for the teachers on a continuous basis.


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