Dumbest Mistakes Managers Ever Do!!

By SiliconIndia  |   Thursday, 29 March 2012, 12:39 Hrs   |    6 Comments
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Bangalore: You might have thought till now that people who have occupied the high level posts such as managers and other higher level executives won’t make any mistakes as they are smart and well trained. But according to a recent study conducted by CareerBuilder, around 58 percent of the managers didn’t received any training before starting as a manager which led to unavoidable wrong steps.

In a company, the managers are always considered as the front line representation in their company’s Business. But some managers fail in this process as they lack smartness in spite of sometimes being well trained. As a manger here are some of the major as well as the dumbest mistakes which you must try to avoid in your professional life to stand up for improving your company’s business.

1. Assuming that your team is listening to you:

This is the first major mistake most of the managers do assuming that their team members are listening to what they are guiding them about the future plans. Just because your team is silent in the meeting, it doesn’t mean that they are listening and learning what you are instructing. In that case, it is your responsibility to make sure your team is paying attention to what you are telling. The best way to know whether they understand your words or not, is by checking out how much they have understood. Ask them to build their opinions to your plans and try to brainstorm new approaches.

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