Good Manager

Good Manager

  • Submitted By: yiji
  • Date Submitted: 11/21/2010 6:08 PM
  • Category: Business
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What are the characteristics of a good manager?

There was the 2002 FIFA World Cup which was the subject public disputes between South Korea and Japan regarding the hosting. South Korea managed to reach the semi-finals which was 4th result considering. One of the reason why the South Korean could won about was that they had a great football manager called UpGus Hiddink. If korean football players met the manager in terms of either non professional or non-technical, they would not be able to won. For instance, the manager who is capable to analysis the competitors, knows how to work in efficient ways and motivate the employees will brings the success in the market. This case is shown that manager is in crucial important position that leads the company’s success and failure. This essay will outline several characteristics of a good manager and some examples.

The John Kenneth Galbraith believed “All of the great leaders have had one characteristic in common: it was the willingness to confront unequivocally the major anxiety of their people in their time. This, and not much else, is the essence of leadership." In 1988, George Herbert Walker Bush was the president of the United States who had an election campaign in terms of his experience in the business and the governmental employment over the 40 years. He was doing business owner, the chairperson of the Republican National Committee as well as the leader of the Central Intelligence Agency. His experience represented the future president Bush with intelligentsia and was the most suitable person for occupation.

On the contrary, Barrack Obama who ran for president in 2008 had much dissimilar platform. He had held only one national office without any business experience. One of the his campaign was to convert the way business was done in the past, consequently in some ways experience was shown as pessimistic assign, specifically compared with his more experienced adversary, Senator John McCain. In both...

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