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William M. Pride + 2 others
ISBN: 9781285193946
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What are the key skills that successful managers should have?

Summary Introduction

To determine: The key skills that a successful managers should have.

Introduction: Management is a solitary or gathering of people who challenges and directs a man or aggregate gathering of individuals in endeavoring to achieve required objectives and targets. It is the way toward planning individuals and different assets to accomplish the objectives of a business.

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A manager is a specialist in their respectable field and is an emotionally supportive association for workers. Managers work inside a business and cooperate as a group to accomplish organization objectives...

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