groupMary Casey

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Everyone in a managerial position has an individual style when it comes to doing things such as managing their time, developing their own systems or planning and organising their workload. Styles may differ depending on a variety of factors, including personalities, experiences, or education. Differences in style among individual managers reveal that managing can be done in a dozen different ways, all of which can work perfectly and efficiently for the manager, regardless of the industry. However, in a management role there is one set of skills that must be consistently maintained with no deviations; namely, skills relating to managing people. It is this aspect of management that is the most rigorous and stressful and the techniques to deal with these issues do not normally come naturally. They have to be learned.

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