2 Tips for Developing Good Management Skills

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From London Business School, the speaker will give you one or two excellent ideas to succeed and make a profitable business.

What does excellent management look like? Julian Birkinshaw, Professor of Technique and Entrepreneurship states that although we currently recognize these attributes, the challenge nonetheless is that we don’t do exactly what we know we should.

Your organization requires basic supervisors with effective management skills, who could motivate and also lead others as well as launch innovative company approaches.

General Administration Training Programmes at London Company School are made for managers at various job phases.

They provide the assistance, difficulties as well as motivation that transform ambitious execs right into wonderful business leaders.

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21 thoughts on “2 Tips for Developing Good Management Skills”

  1. Have empathy and know thyself. When professorial business advice overlaps
    with spiritual teachings you know we are going in the right direction. Well
    done!

  2. sorry to correct a learned man, but 07:01 it is not Heisenberg’s
    ‘uncertainty principle’, it is the ‘observer effect’ which historically has
    been confused with the uncertainty principle.

  3. Insightful message from a great speaker. On our channel are features from
    high ranking businessmen and businesswomen who shares their climb on the
    corporate ladder. You can learn from their experiences, failures and
    successes. Check it out!

  4. Oh come on man why are you talking about nonsense and theoretical. Go to
    the argument. This is 85% fluff.

  5. “Look at things from the other persons point of view”. Thats the secret.
    But what if the ” other person” is lying most of the time? You end up with
    the wrong view. This guy has written a book but probably never managed
    people.
    Basically what he is saying is to not try to be “somebody” and make
    everyone else look special. Didn’t Jesus, and Buddha and many others say
    the same thing. Old wine in a new British bottle.

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