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It is impossible to write a definitive list of the requirement to be a successful manager and as with all situations, different styles will work for different people. However, there are key skills which are practically pre-requisites to becoming successful in your role. These keys and critical skills which will help you lead and encourage your team. You will have a natural ability to keep your employees motivated and to get along well with one another. A bad manager is often referred to as a reason that someone quit their job. Arnon Dror of Portland Oregon would never fall into this category.

A great area where managers seem to fail is by thanking and praising their employees, some managers see this as a weakness when in fact it is a key to great success. A manager cannot get the job done without its employees, and happy employees are more loyal and more productive.  This is appreciated by Arnon Dror.

You will need to have excellent leadership skills. Experience will teach you how to get the best out of people and you could do voluntary work to gain this experience. A professional qualification is also great for gaining experience and knowledge of how staff work and how to get the best out of them.

You must be an effective communicator. You need to be organized and turn up on time as this is what will make your employers more effective and you must be able to lead by example. You need to be able to manage your time effectively so that you get everything you need to get done, when you need to get it done. You need to be reliable and see through any promises you make to your clients. Arnon of Portland Oregon is well aware of the need for this skill

You need to be able to delegate when required you cannot do everything yourself. This will also make your staff feel valued and trusted which will make them want to work hard to please you. To be an effective manager you need to be confident and self-assured. Your staff need to know that   they can come to you and that you will find a hassle-free solution to their problems, quickly and effectively.

You must show respect to your employees at all times and you must also praise them when they have done a good job.

Arnon Dror who works in Portland Oregon did not become so effective in his field as a Senior Operations Executive without putting many of these skills into practice, many of which come natural to him which make him a natural executive. He was the VP of Finance for the US Channel Group, Xerox. He is a firm believer in what is right and wrong and does not like crime including goods trafficking or drug crime which he sees as a waste of obvious planning and operational skills. An all-rounder who also has lots of friends and hobbies, Arnon Dror has a interest in Sport and is passionate about basketball and American Football is passionate about the Boston Celtics and the New England Patriots.