Developing Manager

4362 Words Mar 26th, 2013 18 Pages
Developing Manager

Table of Contents 1.0 Principal and practice of management behaviour 2 1.1 Management Theories 2 1.2 Leadership 2 1.2.1 Leadership Styles 2 1.2.2 Manager vs Leader 2 1.2.3 Motivation 2 1.3 Organizational Culture 2 1.3.1 Types of Culture 2 1.3.2 Factors influencing changes in culture 2 2.0 Prospective Manager 2 2.1 Skill Audit 2 2.2 Personal SWOT Analysis 2 2.3 Development Plan 2 3.0 Roles and Responsibility 2 3.1 Roles 2 3.2 Responsibilities 2 4.0 Career Development 2 4.1 Career Development Plan 2 5.0 References 2

Task 1 1.0 Principal and practice of management behaviour
When we consider any field like hospitality, travel, tourism there should be proper management. Effective
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The autocratic leadership style is seen as an old fashioned technique. It has existed as long as managers have commanded subordinates, and is still employed by many leaders across the globe. The reason autocratic leadership survives, even if it is outdated, is because it is intuitive, carries instant benefits, and comes natural to many leaders. Many leaders who start pursuing leadership development are often trying to improve upon their organizations autocratic leadership style. It has the following characteristics: 1. Manager seeks to make as many decisions as possible 2. Manager seeks to have the most authority and control in decision making 3. Manager seeks to retain responsibility rather than utilize complete delegation 4. Consultation with other colleagues in minimal and decision making becomes a solitary process 5. Managers are less concerned with investing their own leadership development, and prefer to simply work on the task at hand.

Democratic Leadership is the leadership style that promotes the sharing of responsibility, the exercise of delegation and continual consultation. The style has the following characteristics: 6. Manager seeks consultation on all major issues and decisions. 7. Manager effectively delegate tasks to subordinates and give them full control and responsibility for those tasks. 8. Manager welcomes feedback on the results of initiatives and the work environment. 9. Manager encourages others
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