Effective skills are the skills which develop by continual learning of the process and it’s hard to reach that level as you want but you can say that you learnt all as you want to learn.
Always act with a clear focus
Make good relationship and communication in efficient manner
Recognition as well as appreciation.
Always should exhibit high motivation.
For effective management style person should be natural in decision and straight forward towards their maintaining the working style in professional manner. Effective management skills are about ensuring that everyone knows what is expected of them. Consider asking your staff to set out the standards they expect and then go through these with them – giving them ownership means they will have already bought into the management process. Look back on your career and think about the managers you reported to. What qualities did you like and can you emulate these?
Required Things to know about effective management
Managers always be friendly with their staff and know about the skill of specific person. Always try to give open and positive feedback that generate free and inspirational environment at work place. Staff also put their best efforts in specific task and give better response to the top upper level managers. When somebody doing the right thing in right way at that time motivation is necessary to do that task again in very effective way.
Also there are two different types of skills which are necessary in order to work successfully in teams.
Task skills would comprise all my Engineering work experience, and knowledge which I have gained during my studies.
Process skills are normally strangers or skills which are even non-existing in our curricula. These skills would enable the ability for me as well as for my team to work towards organisational aims.
Process skills could be subdivided as follows:
By guiding on “how to work systematically”?
Through setting out clear aims.
By managing time effectively.
Use of creativity enhancing tools.
Sense of humour.
By taking initiatives.
By sharing and by combining ideas.
Also being trustworthy.
Time management :
Personal time management skills are essential skills to be an effective manager . People who use these technique sroutinely are the highest achievers in all walks of life, from business to sport to public service . If you use these skills well , then you will be able to function exceptionally well , even under intense pressure.
Important rules of effective time management
Selective reading , such as to underline the main points and to understand the main theme of learning material such as books , novels , magazine , newspaper etc .
Making a list of things according to the priority on per day basis .
Keeping the things at proper place , so that I can find important things at the time of need .
Giving importance to important tasks first and less important tasks after according to the time .
Doing and completing one important task at one time and then start other , rather than doing different tasks simultaneously because it can affect efficiency .
Differentiate between large and small projects .
Pareto analysis is a very simple technique that helps me to choose the most effective changes to make.
It uses the Pareto principle – the idea that by doing 20% of work , I can generate 80% of the advantage of doing the entire job . Pareto analysis is a formal technique for finding the changes that will give the biggest benefits. It is useful where many possible courses of action are competing for your attention.
Saving time for important tasks .
Reserve some time to complete important task , when nobody can disturb you .
Setting deadlines to complete tasks on time .
Reviewing your performance in order to check efficiency .
Write down long-term objectives .
Stress Management : Hans Selye was one of the founding fathers of stress research. His view in 1956 was that “stress is not necessarily something bad – it all depends on how you take it. The stress of exhilarating, creative successful work is beneficial, while that of failure, humiliation or infection is detrimental.” Selye believed that the biochemical effects of stress would be experienced irrespective of whether the situation was positive or negative.
There are very many proven skills that I , can use to manage stress. These help me to remain calm and effective in high pressure situations, and help me avoid the problems of long term stress. Keeping a stress diary or carrying out the Burnout Self- Test will help me to identify my current levels of stress, so I can decide what action , is required . Job Analysis and Performance Planning will help me to get on top of my workload. While the emotionally – oriented skills of Imagery, Physical Techniques and Rational Positive Thinking will help me to change the way to see apparently stressful situations. Finally, the article on Anger Management will help me to channel my feelings into performance.
Work Stress :
At work place , I have to manage stress , because it is very important to cope with stress . Adequate resources help to reduce the stressful nature demands.
Overcoming Anger :
Sometime at workplace or in practical life it is very important to control anger , because rather than becoming aggressive and reactive it is important to think .
Resilience Quotient :
Resilience is about deciding how assertive I am going to be , and how co-operative . So , I need to be clear about what are my objective , and what are my capabilities actually to achieve my objectives and accomplish my mission .
Mental Agility :
Creativity and self knowledge is very important which consist of following features .
I think that , interpersonal skills are quiet enough which I possess . But , need to focus all other necessary perspectives .
The Seven Habits of highly effective management:
Proactive: Action before time . It means to increase circle of influence ; and to decrease ‘ circle of concern’.
Begin with the end in mind : Clear cut objective and a transparent objective .
Put important and most urgent things first :
Matrix which is mentioned above in time management is important .
I put it first because it is very important . Here we mention long-term objectives .
Here , I need to make deadlines in order to solve crisis .
Works which are important but not urgent .
Not urgent , not important busy work .
Think: I need to think and observe positive .
Understanding: While listening need to stay , think and respond .
Synergise: Synergy is important , Because I need to share insights and open the heart and mind.
Consistency : Continuous development learning , Also I need to balance four dimensions .
Physical , Spiritual , Mental and Social / Emotional dimensions.
Caveat: I need to analyze and to do precautionary measures .
I mention personal skill which i manage very efficient manner and i also think i am good at those specific skills.
Quick decision maker :
In critical situation most persons are frustrated their self but i analyze that thing very fast and take decision which i think i have to do first because it is very important to do that thing. As a example when i was working in electronics company as a service engineer, there are many problems about electronics equipment i have to solve very quick so i made decision to do thing in right way otherwise take help from my staff.
I am recognising my self as good time manager. As I have ability to make and all sort of use of time. Time management is plays vital role in the development if any individual. Every individual has to be more efficient at managing their time.
I am also thinking that I am good at arranging the meetings. I do have ability to arrange meeting at accurate time finish in time period. Every individual who are lead the organisation has to be vary good at the arranging the meetings. Arranging the meetings is useful skill which has to be improved for every good manager.