Channeling the Inner Manager
A true manager is so nurtured that he excels at five basic areas of skill development, which are −

●      Good communication skills.

●      Efficient presentation skills for carrying out team meetings.

●      Strong command over the company’s process in relation to the business.

●      Efficiency when it comes to doing Business, and

●      A mastery over industry operation and the marketplace.


A manager does not ever completely remove himself from the previous profile he was in. In many different enterprises, a manager is expected just to manage, while at other enterprises, a manager is actually responsible for a certain number of clients. A manager is expected to meet his target while ensuring that his team does it too.

When a manager had built and had forged a great deal of relationships while acting as an executive, the companies reason that there is no reason that he needs to lose any of the rapport and momentum just because he is now a manager.

In an enterprise that follows this philosophy, a manager would be greatly involved with the clients during the conduct of the entire process. He remains the single point of contact for all his high-profile clients.