Management as a profession

Management as a profession

1) Introduction

2) Criteria necessary for professional status of a manager.

3) The main characteristics of a successful manager.

4) Managerial tasks and functions.

5) International managers and their skills.

6) Leadership vs management.

7) Modern and classic styles of leadership.

8) 7 principles to leadership.

9) Conclusion

LEXICAL MINIMUN

Key terms


Leader

leadership

leadership style

authoritarian/democratic/laissez-faire style of leadership

task-centered/people-centered leader


Words


1. self-assurance

2. self-control

3. self-mastery

4. self-discipline

5. self-improvement

6. self-interest

7. self-awareness

8. willpower

9. conviction

10. vision

11. clarity

12. competence

13. commitment

14. constraints

15. creativity

16. consistency

17. complacency

18. demise

19. onset

20. to espouse

21. to discard

22. contemporary

23. charismatic

24. passionate

25. ruthless

26. accessible

27. thoughtful

28. lunatic

29. upbeat

30. to adhere to

31. trivia

32. to display

33. overt

34. to resent

35. to emulate

36. elimination

37. integrity

38. trust

39. emergency

40. to stand for

41. visionary

42. moderate

43. informal

44. leaderlike

45. hands-off

46. hands-on

47. efficient

48. trustworthy

49. self-obsessed

50. autocratic

51. to sidestep


Word-combinations


1. continuous learning

2. participative style of management

3. to be straight with smb

4. in response to

5. task performance

6. group maintenance

7. to be associated with

8. to be committed to

9. to show empathy

10. to alleviate constraints

11. to remove obstacles

12. to be blowninthe wind

13. to upgrade Management as a profession one’s skills

14. to get caught up

15. to shift perspectives

16. to breed winners

17. to develop a strong hierarchy

18. to enhance group cohesiveness

19. the first-best companies

20. to be in charge of

21. the second-best companies

22. to be in headlines

23. front-line supervisor

24. top-quality result

25. the dynamics of life

26. to be in great demand

27. wrong move on one’s part

28. role model

29. to orchestrate the activities

30. collaborative decision-maker

31. when emergency arises

32. to integrate the old and the new

33. a far cry from

34. expert at matching smth to smth

35. to put heart into the job

36. to breath down one’s neck

37. to assign tasks to smb

38. to show concern for smb

39. to delegate responsibility

40. to be related to smth

41. to meet deadlines

42. to correlate with

43. ultimate responsibility

44. quick-fix solutions

45. to set Management as a profession the standards for smb

46. shrunken hierarchy

47. volatile organization

48. layers of middle managers

49. to be expertsatsmth

50. production-centered style

51. task-oriented style

52. sensitivity to subordinates

53. relation-centered/employee-centered/people-oriented style





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