Depending on your management style, there are some business owners who are able to easily lead their employees and keep them motivated in moving the company towards its mission, and ultimately move towards good, solid profits. For others, though, coming up with great business ideas may be your forte – but managing other humans, not so much.
If you are currently managing people (or you soon will be), there are six styles of management or leadership cited in a recent Hay-McBer study that people usually engage in. These include the following:
The reality is that there is no specific management style that works better than others in all cases. In fact, ideally, the best option(s) will typically depend on the tasks you’re working to accomplish, as well as the people and the situation. With that in mind, according to the Huffington Post, it is the managers who have the most flexibility in style who usually receive the best outcomes from their employees.
Does your business have employees that you need to manage? If so, what is your particular management style, and do your employees seem to respond well to it? <Check out the Startup Forums>, and learn how other new business owners manage employees, as well as the day to day tasks to keep their companies on the move.
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