From the article: Management Skills Pyramid
Different people are at different levels on the Management Skills Pyramid. Have you made it to level 4? Or are you still on level 1, 2, or 3? Tell us what level you are on and the one thing you need to do or learn next to move to the next level. How Will You Advance?
- i run shifts at busy food place i do inventory weekly truck orders. I also so some interviews and i have great customer skills.
Learning to transition
- While I've spent nearly 20 yrs advsing and consulting (at least from my perspective) moving to having direct reports starts a whole new perspective and learning process for me, and my crew (25+) that is challenging and rewarding. Some of the reciprocity and sharing principles provide a motivating incentive to focus on being better. Self appraisal and 360 reviews (even the direct in ya face critisisms), while at times emotionally disturbing become easier and easier as I get older and older. Anticipation for me is central, and having a high intuitive score just doesn't cut it with managing upwards where they want numbers and researched facts. If I ever make the level 4 consistently it'll be time to write a book! Levels 1 through 3 are a recycling effort for me, which is the base line of "planning". Wot 1 thing? Tolerance of idiots actions in the face of known and forcast defeat that cost $$$.
- —Guest Bopar
- I've learned how to manage my time since my first career. Time management comes first, then learn how work.
- —Guest Zena
LEARN FROM MISTAKES
- IM IN LEVEL 3 AND JUST GOT PROMOTED TO LEVEL 4 AND THE BEST SCHOOL WERE MY PAST MISTAKES
- I'm at level zero , i got a promotion this year. I've just experienced the consequences of poor management skills , experience is another teacher where you get a test before the lesson. I hope i will do a better job next year with this constructive management skills.
- —Guest Phetsile Mabuza
Management Skill Level
- Looking ahead for a career in Management as have been in industry for around 8 years and have the knowledge which can guide many new comers in the industry.
- —Guest Ramiz Kuwari
- I think that i am at the second level of management skills.
- —Guest Princely Kessler
Supermarket -Produce Dept -supervisor
- I am so poor in time management and self management. How can i control my staff when i am not around
- —Guest santoinperak
- As a partner I'M A 2. And as a teacher - I am 3.5 and as a mom - according to my son - I'm over-the-top (the bomb). To move to the next level - sleep would help
- —Guest sniffink9
management skill level
- I am a beginner just learning these skills but so excited and totally motivated to learn! I just completed a project and got so lost that I promised myself I would educate self. I am doing this on the net which I am just discovering is amazing!I am turning 60 in Mar.2011 and feel so amazing and encourage all to give 'er and never too late. Learning is a lifetime process.Power and love to all!!!!!
- to teach effectively and creat agap between teaher learner relationship.
- —Guest edvan
Project Coordinator-Level Zero
- Responsible for coordinating, scheduling, follow-up and completing service orders across numerous time zones for multiple sites for a single customer project under a time sensitive deadline. Resolve customer and site issues. Consult and discuss problems beyond my expertise and experience with management when necessary.
- —Guest Canadian Jill
- my management skill is so poor so i need to increase my knowledge in management
- —Guest sharmaake
Land Administrative Officer
- - dealing with sublease tenants to pay rent, and how to communicate our tenants to pay all their outstanding rents
- —Guest Tentoa Teeaa
- Responsible for management of BSS CDMA system and engineers in base.
- —Guest Khair Mohammad
- i made all director office managment ,folw up with department,cordante all isures related to director office, arrange for a meeting and take the meeting minutes and update the actions evrey week,travel arrangement for the director.
- —Guest sittna Elnil