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Five management skills you can’t do without


When you’ve been in the workforce for a certain amount of time, you realise the importance of skills and abilities that simply can’t be learned in business school, observes Katherine Reynolds Lewis, writing for Fortune. With that in mind, the author highlights five key – but neglected – skills for management success…

1) Communication. Reynolds Lewis points out that the greatest ideas are worthless if they cannot be communicated effectively in the workplace.

2) Networking. Continuous networking is the key to success, insists Reynolds Lewis. George Bradt, author of the book First-Time Leader, tells her: “The people that are more successful aren’t thinking about networking, they’re thinking about connecting: how do I connect this need with this resource? They fundamentally believe by helping everybody they’re helping themselves.”

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Source Article: Five Key – But Neglected – Skills For Success
Author(s): Katherine Reynolds Lewis
Publisher: Fortune