How to be a good manager

23rd January 1998 at 00:00
* Analyse your strengths

* Get the training you need

* Share experiences with other women managers

* Don't get isolated

* Draw up a career plan

* Set aside time for family, friends and hobbies

* Accept credit for achievements

* Formulate clear work policies and procedures

* Dress to give yourself confidence

* Consider going on an assertiveness course

* Accept failures as learning experiences

* Project yourself as a good manager,not as a good woman

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