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Role of an Effective Manager

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In this assessment I discuss the critical analysis role of an effective manager, Kotter model, un model, interviews, interview relation with un model, our self-compare with un model, comparison of interviews and conclusion.

Critical analysis role of an effective manager

Managers play a number of roles in evolving organizations, including leader, negotiator, figurehead, liaison, and communicator.

An administrator should be a decent pioneer. While an administrator sorts out and arranges, s/he should likewise move representatives with a dream for the association.

An administrator should be a compelling mediator. At the point when associations are creating or experiencing change, the supervisor is regularly required to consult with contenders, temporary workers, providers, and representatives.

A director must be a decent unknown who strengthens the mission and vision of an association to representatives, clients, and different partners. A supervisor should be a viable communicator and contact between workers, clients, and different directors of the association.

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Managers have an indispensable influence in an association’s development and advancement. Authoritative development is a mind boggling process, especially in bigger associations with more dormancy. Associations are basically an assemblage of moving parts: persuading every person, with her/his one of a kind gifts and inspiration, to alter course at the same time (and in a similar heading) is to a great degree testing, and requires exceptionally successful supervisors with profoundly created relational abilities.

Supervisors must accomplish more than acknowledge transform: they should encourage the transformative procedure. In these circumstances, associations require an administrator who can satisfy a few parts, including pioneer, arbitrator, nonentity, and communicator. In each of these parts, administrator will probably help workers through the change with the slightest conceivable number of contentions and issues.

Kotter’s Change model

There is much speculation about how “do” change. Many start with the teacher authority and administration change, John Kotter. An educator at Harvard Business School and widely acclaimed master of modification, change Kotter presents his eight stages in preparing his 1995 book, “Driving change.” We take a look at its eight stages to drive change below.

Step 1: Create Urgency

Step 2: Form a Powerful Coalition

Step 3: Create a Vision for Change

Step 4: Communication the Vision

Step 5: Remove Obstacles

Step 6: Create Short-Term Wins

Step 7: Build on the Change

Step 8: Anchor the Changes in Corporate Culture

UN model


For Managerial Excellence in the United Nations

Presentation his profile characterizes successful administrative execution inside the setting of the Joined Nations. It depends on the suspicion that paying little respect to their level of obligation inside the association, the characterizing normal for viable man- agers is that they accomplish comes about, and that they do as such with the full engagement of a conferred and spurred staff or group of partners. the administrative viability show The model characterizes both what a viable supervisor does, and what he/she accomplishes. It considers figures that affect adequacy, counting the outside environment in which a supervisor works, his/her individual ability, culture and experience


  1. What business are/where you in?
  2. How long been working in this field?
  3. How successful was/is the business?
  4. How did you help this success of the business?
  5. What do you do when people start a job?
  6. What do you think makes a good manager?
  7. How do you improve yourself as a manager?
  8. Do you have any advice for someone going into management?


1. He is work for MG marketing’s they supply vegetables and fruit around the Waikato

2. He is working in mg from last 17 years.

3. They a crossed 7 digit business last year.

4. Make sure fresh food supply to vegetables shops and supermarkets.

5. He tells us firstly Induction, how we run, how to do jobs and first start from bottom.

6. Honest true explain the jobs keep on eye every body

7. He tell us he attend courses and seminars and by using communication skills.

8. He suggest look after your staff and good communication.


I analysis the drew interview with un model and I noticed that drew is very good to organize the whole organization and manage the staff. He also has respect for diversity because in mg there are many workers belongs to different culture and country. He is believed in teamwork and good communication.


  1. She is working in cafe 7 days a week. She manages the staff and supplier.
  1. She is working over there from last 15 years.
  1. She tells us very successful business from few years.
  1. To run the business she did many changes, moving on and changes according to economic condition.
  1. She tells us when new staff start the job firstly did orientation program and induction etc.
  1. She thinks that to makes a good manager inspiration, motivation and team work are important.
  1. She improves our self as a manager by look forward and always learns from mistakes.
  1. She suggest that passion for what you doing, passion to lead and good communication skill.


I analysis the Privinda interview with UN model and I analyzed that Privinda is very good to manage the staff and supplier. She believes in team work and decision making. She makes changes according to situation and economic condition. She also believes in creativity and innovation.

Comparison our self with UN model

Values explanation





Respect for diversity


Emotional Competence



Self confidence


Emotional self-control






Achievement orientation






Conceptual competence

Use of concepts


System thinking


Pattern recognition


Technical / substances competence

Knowledge and information


Knowledge and network


Knowledge sharing


Coaching and developing others


Continuous learning and development


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Managing people



Team work




Managing individual performance


Managing actions and change

Action and change management


Decision making


Creativity and innovation


Client orientation


Results orientation


Managing across organizational boundaries

Organizational awareness


Building networks and alliances




Reflection on interview

I felt excited and I saw many similarities and differences. According to my point of view manager’s knowledge depends upon our field and experience.

I learn lot of things after these interviews like who we become a good manger and success keys.

Next time I would like to add some more questions and more professionally.

Comparison of Interviews

Similarities: first similarity is both managers advocate the team work, honesty and humbleness.

Difference: both managers have different type of experience and knowledge related to our field. I noticed that body language of both managers is different.

What I would do next time?

It is my first interview and I learn lots of things after these interviews. I felt that I have shortage of basic question so, In my next interview I would like to add some more questions and be professionally.


In this assessment I discussed and critically analysis the role of an effective manager, kotter model, UN model, drew and privinda interview and also analysis with UN model compare our self with UN model, self-reflection, compare and contrast and what I would like to do next time. I learn the lot of things that are very helpful to become a good manager.


Source: Boundless. “The Role of the Manager in an Evolving Organization.” Boundless Management Boundless, 31 May. 2016. Retrieved 08 Jan. 2017  



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