Quality – the degree of excellence of something; a distinct attribute or characteristic
Managers can make or break a team. A quality manager leads by example, works with their team instead of directing from a distance, and treats everyone with respect. Here are 7 additional qualities of a quality manager.
M – Motivated
A quality manager is motivated about their work and works hard to keep their staff motivated.
A – Assertive
A quality manager is a good communicator who is clear, direct, and diplomatic.
N – No Nonsense
A quality manager focuses on team work, goals, and solutions while limiting drama, blame, and complaining.
A – Accountable
A quality manager values self-assessment and constructive feedback.
G – Grateful
A quality manager expresses gratitude to their team and does abuse their power.
E – Efficient
A quality manager is focused, well-organized, and competent.
R – Responsible
A quality manager takes responsibility for the actions and outcomes of themselves and their staff – positive or negative.
“A bad leader can take a good staff and destroy it, causing the best employees to flee and the remainder to lose motivation.” -Unknown
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