Leadership and Management | Part 2 of 4: Skills Required For Different Levels of Management

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A successful organization is much like a well-oiled machine: a carefully maintained organization is only as strong as its parts, and each part must work together to support the system.

To achieve this, each management position must have a specific skill or responsibility that they are accountable for: Frontline managers are needed for their technical skills, middle managers require HR, human relation, and interpersonal skills, and top-level managers offer conceptual skills such as visioning, decision-making and strategic skills.

These three management positions, with their individual skill-sets, keep the network operating smoothly.

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Next Video - "The Four Functions of Management":
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6RObZecBHI&list=PLu1e4V7jPKeOkDkH93l6kMW8xS1K4kLLJ&index=3

Previous Video - "Levels and Types of Management":
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WlDs_BIo3u4&list=PLu1e4V7jPKeOkDkH93l6kMW8xS1K4kLLJ&index=1
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