🔥NEW What is a Successful Manager?
Jaap de Jonge, Editor, Netherlands
When can a person reasonably be considered a successful manager?
From the company's point of view, it is a matter of performance management and . And there are countless articles on / managers should have.
But when is a person successful as a manager from his/her own, personal perspective? The answer depends perhaps on what is driving that person; what are his/her goals, values, needs, preferences, and identity.
We might use to illustrate the above.
For example, to some people success can be defined in FINANCIAL terms. A large salary and/or considerable savings provide safety, comfort and status.
For others, their professional achievements or standing/STATUS is most important. Are you a junior, senior, team, general or group manager?
And for others their PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT or self-actualization is what matters most.
While to some, the CONTRIBUTION they make (to their family, organization they work in, country, or humanity in general) is most important.
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