Managerial Skills II Critical Skills II Technical II Interpersonal, Conceptual II Diagnostic skills

Managerial Skills at Different Organizational Levels

Most managers need technical, interpersonal, conceptual, and diagnostic skills, but the importance of these skills varies by level in the organization. As illustrated here, conceptual and diagnostic skills are usually more important for top managers in organizations, whereas technical and interpersonal skills may be more important
for first-line managers.

Critical Managerial Skills
Important element of managerial work is mastery of the skills necessary to carry out basic functions and fill fundamental roles.

In general, most successful managers have a strong combination of below skill
Diagnostic skills

Technical skills are the skills necessary to accomplish specific tasks within the organization
The manager uses interpersonal skills to communicate with, understand, and motivate individuals and groups. As we have noted, managers spend a
large portion of their time interacting with others, so it is clearly important that they get along well with other people.

Most successful managers also bring diagnostic skills to the organization.Diagnostic skills allow managers to better understand cause-and-effect relationships
and to recognize the optimal solutions to problems
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