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This is how we see the management skills pyramid. What do you think? Would you change anything here? What are the skills you are particularly good or bad at? | Fairygodboss
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Sanja Gardasevic
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Bernadette Sheridan
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Love this chart, thanks for posting!
Milica Matovic
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Well, I think that every part is important for being a succesful manager. But, in my opinion, not only manager but every professional should have self improved skills. Maybe, it is because of my problem with self management, 'cause I stress myself out in challenging situations. I think I just need some time to grow. :)
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Sara Dragojevic
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I feel like, If you just implement all the levels of this pyramid on your company, you can create perfect synergy between your idea, teamwork and and goals. I think that this pyramid is perfect reflection of stable organisational structure. :)
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I like this chart for helping people think of all the skills needed at a management level. I feel as if it is very rigid structured though and management is a fluid, living breathing thing. As the "get it done" being the foundation, not all staff want to be developed so knowing how to support them and also self-improvement should be ongoing. Now I am rambling. :) I just wish it was in a fluid cycle versus a basis of not moving or being flexible. This would remind people that times are always changing and projects could cause you to have to adjust. Does that make sense?
Sanja Gardasevic
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Yes! I also feel like having a pyramid makes you feel like there is something to strive for, which is great. But it also implies there is a peak to be reached when, in fact, you can (and should) always strive to do better. Aside from having all the "skills", knowing how to react to the market changes, recognize peoples' needs, support them accordingly, and work through personal and professional issues that may come up is an ongoing journey.