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There are some personal skills it must require when you are going to do some professional job in any organisation or company. Personal skill indicates the persons own personality. Some personal skills are,
Carefulness: whenever we doing something first do plan carefully before acting. This helps with reducing the chance for costly errors, as well as keeping a steady workflow going
Cooperation: cooperation is the very important thing at the work place.
Creativity: we always try to be made creative person means thinks outside the box Employers want innovative people who bring a fresh perspective.
Good attitude: it indicates the work behaviour, manners and job performance.
Influence: Groups need strong leaders to guide the way. Influence includes a tendency to positively impact social situations by speaking your mind and becoming a group leader.
Optimism: at the work positive attitude goes a long way toward productivity.
Safe work behaviour: Employers want people who avoid work-related accidents and unnecessary risk-taking in a work environment.
Professional development refers to skills and knowledge attained for both personal development and career advancement. In professional development include what ever we achive in the past means our degrees, experiances, formal cource work etc. for the bank manager professional skills is the main factor so every bank manager must have to develop therir professional development. To become a bank manager certain konowledge and much more experience require.
Types of learning
There are different types of learning style we learn from the daily life i.e.
visual learner- learn through seeing
auditory learner- learn through listening
tactile learner - learn through doing, moving and touching
from past experience
These three learning skill perform very powerfully impact on the managerial skill. In some cases on the basis of past criteria manager have to take decision and at the field of banking sector manager must develop visual learning skill because most of the decision taken on the basis of financial term. All data record by the staff or worker in the bank manager don't know how staff worked but at last when they show the balances sheet then he understand how our bank working.
Bank manager duty is not restricted for only his particular branch but they have to survive all the banking market, How banking position in the current market and how they performing? Because how to reach the specific branch goal and at which stage they want to go is the main goal of the branch manager.
Action learning process:
For getting the organisational goal and objective I used the action learning process. Action learning is the simple process to overcome from any problem. We can easily solve the problem with the help of this method in the organisation. there several steps involve in action learning process it is,
clarify the objective
analyse the issue
reframe the problem
develop action strategy
repeat the cycle
Objectives of Personality Development
1. Specific - Objectives should specify what they want to achieve.
2. Measurable - You should be able to measure whether you are meeting the objectives or not.
3. Achievable - Are the objectives you set, achievable and attainable?
4. Realistic - Can you realistically achieve the objectives with the resources you have?
5. Time - When do you want to achieve the set objectives?
(http://www.learnmarketing.net/smart.htm).accessed on 14-12-08
Peter Drucker coined the term SMART objectives in the book "The Practice of Management", in 1954. Specify means to setup a goal that is to be achieved
1) Specific: specific by being specific, l should be precise about the objectives or goals for example, l must be specifying the exact point where l wants to be after certain period.
2) Measurable: measurable, my progress or work towards my goal must be measurable and must be not more than one goal, l have to set benchmark as a standard in order to measure my growth and setbacks.
3) Attainable: attainable, my goals must be within the reach of my abilities, it has to be prioritized. Performance is being measured by progress. It may know when you have succeeded or not and l must be sure that the objectives that are set can be achieved. You must be able to tell when your goals have being achieved at the same time the resources must be there in order to achieve these goals. If it is not realistic then it is not achievable, realistic is about those factors that will affect my objectives like, time, money, labour, etcâ€¦
4) Time: time means setting deadlines and working towards it. In order to measure the progress a timeline should be set by me, this will help me to be focused.
5) Realistic: the goals should be realistic and achievable. It should be practical in sense.
Professional development refers to skills and knowledge attained for both personal development and career advancement. In professional development include what ever we achive in the past means our degrees, experiances, formal cource work etc. for the Marketing Manager professional skills is the main factor so every Marketing manager must have to develop therir professional development. To become a Marketing Manager certain knowledge and much more experience require.
Types of learning
There are different types of learning style we learn from the daily life i.e.
Facial jesters reading skills- learn through seeing
Listening Skills- learn through listening
Tactile skills - learn through doing, moving and touching
Proper implementation of past experience
These three learning skill perform very powerfully impact on the managerial skill. In some cases on the basis of past criteria manager have to take decision and at the field of marketing sector manager must develop visual learning .
Marketing manager duty is not restricted for only his particular market but they have to survive all the wider market, How Marketing position in the current market and how they performing? Because how to reach the specific marketing goal.
What am I good at? Strength
What do I need to work on? Weakness
Good interpersonal skills
Sound IT skills
Fair organisational skills
Good team worker
Easily adaptable to changes
Ability to work under pressure
Good presentation skills
Poor time management
Gets bored easily
What could help me along?
What might stop me?
Attending course on time management
Encountering more with people for networking
Learning more about others culture
Knowing more of being principle
Unwillingness of people to open up
Academic work pressures
Lack of resources money
Personal Internal assessment
A marketing manager is responsible for the daily activities of the implementation of marketing strategies. The marketing manager has responsibility to develop team and sales input must be able to communicate well.
Marketing manager responsible to annual marketing plan and budget for assigned product line(s) which company goals
I have a 2 years experience as a Marketing manager; I learn a more thing during these two years. With this job my professional skill was improve and I got a lots of experience as a manager, what is the responsibility and how to cope up with the various problem and find solutions for it
Duties as an Marketing Manager
Developing the marketing team and sales input
Developing annual marketing plan and budget for assigned product line(s) which company goals
Work effectively with the Sales force to develop and execute marketing
Develops and implements strategic sales plans Sales forecasting and sets performance goals
Plan, budget and oversee the implementation of the various... sales brochures, visitor tickets, print advertisements, web banners/emails etc.
Improved productivity in internal control systems, by co ordination and communicating effectively
Performed general office duties and administrative tasks
Provided telephone support
Here, it is critical to give each employee an entire task to complete. If it is not possible, make sure the individual knows and understands his or her part as it relates to the project or task.
Take the time to explain the details and why their role is important. Get their input on the task and its significance. This will give them a sense of value, and hopefully, encourage them to take ownership of their piece of the project. Do your best to make sure your employees understand the tasks. Ask questions that might seem obvious; the asking alone will reinforce an employee's understanding of the work.
If your tasks are divided among groups, coordinate each group's contribution so that everyone knows where and how they fit in. Make a concerted effort to minimize obstacles and difficulties that arise. Let people know that you're happy to clear their paths so when a problem does arise, you are informed in a timely manner.
Reward not only jobs well done, but motivation as well. This will maintain the momentum and let people know that you have faith in their efforts.
Sometimes a situation will call for a direct style of management. Perhaps a tight deadline looms, or the project involves numerous employees and requires a top-down management approach. Here, a manager answers five questions for the employees: What? Where? How? Why? and When? Let them know what they need to do, how they're going to do it, and when they must be finished.
This style may seem cold and impersonal, but you still have an opportunity to be a motivating and accessible manager. For example, when you assign roles and responsibilities, provide helpful tips or share experiences you encountered with a similar project.
With this style, don't be afraid to set specific standards and expectations. Your communication, therefore, must be detail-oriented, unambiguous, and free of buzzwords and jargon. You also need to set clear, short-term goals like, "Your goal is to complete three reports a day."
In addition,Â be willing and able to make decisions quickly. Midway through a task, for example, you may direct someone to switch from doing one thing to another. Let your people know from the outset that this may occur; it will help them transition more smoothly. Make sure, as well, to reward and recognize jobs well done.
If you want to expedite a project and optimize a process for completing that project, managing by teamwork is the way to go. When you motivate people to pool their knowledge, the results may exceed your expectations. Often, teams can tackle problems more quickly than what you can accomplish on your own. The give-and-take can create a process that you can replicate in other projects.
Remember that successful teamwork depends on coordinated efforts among the staff, as well as solid communication skills. Reports must be clear and concise. Presentations must convey information that leaves nothing unanswered. Understanding logistics is critical, too. Probably most important, however, is your willingness to credit the team for its success and independence, rather than your savvy management skills.
Indeed, when you get around to employee evaluations, remember to recognize those who were able to collaborate and maintain a team spirit, especially under pressure.
Skills and knowledge as a marketing manager
Marketing experience in Industrial sector
I have been working with Sunita pipes Industry ltd as an marketing manager and peruse marketing experience on two years in an highly competitive market
Excellent communication skill
Manager must have a powerful communication skills because it indicate the
Manager's personal skills and ability. As a manager every day they have to
With the different people so how to convince these people it's depend on the
Personal skills and ability.
the ability to motivate the staff
In day to day working life there are many conflict arise between the staff member and employer working moral going less day by day so manager need to maintain workers moral ,it require to motivate the staff for getting there objective.
problem solving ability
For manager every single day some problem arises it may be internally or externally. If something wrong with the market, so it directly responsible the marketing manager, if he has a good problem solvency then it is good for the management.
decision making ability
manager must have to powerful and quickly decision making ability, suppose some problem arise in the bank at that time manager need to take a quick decision how to cope up with these problem.
knowledge about the market growth
It very important to know as a manager how the current market is? Suppose manager produce some policy for the customer then first they have to look the current market position.
sales and negotiation experience
In personally we talk about banking sector every day manager have to negotiate with the different institution, persons, organisations, or companies etc. so at least manager have a sales and negotiation experience then they easily understand the persons and negotiate with them.
Effective public and customers relation skills
To attract the customer is the most important thing in the every organisation, if we win in to maintaining customers relation then we absolutely win in the capturing the market.
Leadership play a vital role in the every management system, if leader was Stronger then he was able to over come from any kind of situation.
10. knows the principles and techniques of business management and administration
Knowing an principle & techniques of business management and administration is vital which positively effects the growth of company.