The "it" of Managers…

The experience I’ve had with managers at various jobs is that they all have had some authority or act "managerial" when speaking or interact w others. Unfortunitly most of them have lacked self awareness, maybe self confidence and other skills such as setting well defined goals or communicating in a clear and inambigous way. In my world a manager or leader do not need authority to earn my respect, but instead goal setting and clear communications skills are important. More of leadership and less of management…

One of my biggest motivations in life is to start and drive a company with a really good motivating management team…

To me it’s quite obvious though that it’s not so easy to become a manager at a company without the aura of authority. So my question is this: can this "authority" be learnt? How can I learn this before becoming a manager?

/M 😕

The "it" of Managers…

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