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Being an Ethical & Successful Manager

“If you are guided by a spirit of transparency, it forces you to operate with a spirit of ethics. Success comes from simplifying complex issues, addressing problems head-on, be truthful and transparent. If you open yourself up to scrutiny, it forces you to a higher standard. I believe you should deliver on your promise. Promise responsibly.” – Rodney Davis So often managers are recruited and promoted into positions because of their skills, qualifications, and experience to get a job done. Often, the responsibility of leading and being responsible for and accountable to their team are neglected. As a result, people management, engagement, and development as a core responsibility for managers are not assessed or developed. This tends to result in massive problems related to productivity, motivation, and wellbeing. So what are some of the things that managers should focus on in terms of people management, engagement, and development in order to be an ethical and successful manager?

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Thought of the Day

Feeling overwhelmed by your growing to do list? Remember to prioritise based on the non-negotiables of your day and leave some room for unexpected non-negotiables that may come. So be flexible and keep calm. – #adaptandbe Comment – Like – Subscribe Yours in Adapting & Being

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Embrace moving out of your comfortzone. If we never find ourselves in awkward or challenging situations, we will not continue growing and developing self. Always look for learnings in all facets of your life. – #adaptandbe Comment – Like – Subscribe Yours in Adapting & Being

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Thought of the Day

One thing we should all definitely have in common is KINDNESS. Strive to always demonstrate being kind whether you find yourself in good or bad situations. Strive to always demonstrate being kind even when you are upset or disappointed. And definitely always be humble and kind when you are successful. Comment – Like – Subscribe Yours in Adapting & Being

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