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This month we bring you an article on 4 Steps to Making Your Mark as a Manager. We at Cherry Hill love the work that we do.
In words of Stephen Covey – “Management is efficiency in climbing the ladder of success; leadership determines whether the ladder is leaning against the right wall.”
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“4 steps to making your mark as a manager”
Effectively managing people is difficult, and no one is born knowing how to do it. Fortunately, though, this is a skill that can be learned. To become a better manager, we suggest following four steps that are simple, but time tested:
1. Set appropriate goals: Goal-setting is essential. It helps employees prioritize their activities and focus their efforts. When setting goals with employees, make sure that they are SMART goals (specific, measurable, action-oriented, realistically high, time-and-resource-bound).
The goals must also be meaningful to the employee. And that requires including sufficient rewards for goal achievement, and consequences for failure. These will ensure that achieving the desired goal will rise to the top of the employee's “to do” list.
2. Develop a plan to achieve the goals: After setting goals with the employee, put together a plan to achieve them. To accomplish any specific goal, the employee will need to commit to a set of actions. A goal without an action plan is just a dream. It’s not real and it’s not likely to happen.
3. Another problem is that most people don’t understand how to break larger projects, goals or tasks down into actionable steps. As a manager, you can use your experience and knowledge to guide the employee in this regard. Keep the number of necessary actions from becoming overwhelming by limiting them to what the employee can reasonably accomplish within, say, two weeks.
4. Set dates, and even a time that makes sense, for when the employee has to complete each action step. This will create the urgency necessary to get the work done in a timely manner.
Featured Project Clairvolex, Gurgaon
Sector: IP Solutions Company
Scope of Work: Design & Built
Clairvolex is a global Intellectual Property (IP) solutions company. The company’s global front end that devises IP management solutions and consulting for customers is headquartered in San Jose (California) while the company’s global delivery centre and its back end operations hub is in Gurgaon.
he project of 20,000 sq. ft. comprised of Design & Built works. An office of International Standards according to the necessities of the client was delivered within the given time span.
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All of us have heard the saying “a family that prays together stays together.”
However, Cherry Hill has planned a twist in the tale – changing this to “a family that plays together stays together.”