What Does A Manager Do?

If you're a skilled problem solver, you're a people person, and you're deadline and detail-oriented, you may be wondering—what does a manager do? Managers today spend their time analyzing how best to ensure their department improves the top and bottom lines of a company. Managers delegate tasks and responsibilities, create reports and presentations, and collaborate with other departments to achieve goals. They must be effective communicators, coaches, and lifelong learners.

Companies from almost every industry need managers to execute their business processes and projects and these management roles are often much less technical than the positions they manage. This is great news if you're looking for a new job because managerial skills can qualify you for a wide variety of positions. Read this blog to determine whether you could apply your skills to a rewarding career as a Management Professional.

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Highly Organized with Attention to Detail? Consider Six Sigma Courses

Are you highly organized? Do you find yourself paying strict attention to detail, perhaps more than your peers? If so, you might have an in-demand skill set—project management.

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How a Project Manager Became More Marketable with Career Training

Before starting her career training journey, Terry Lynn Miller was faced with a decision many face: family or career? As an experienced project manager, she loved her career, but she was facing a time when going to work was not as satisfying as it once was. With an aging and ill father, Terry chose to transition out of the workforce to spend time as a caregiver for her father.

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Stay Sharp! How Project Management Training Gives Baby Boomers the Competitive Edge

As we get older, we need to adapt to new technologies and acquire new skills to stay competitive in the workplace. It’s no longer enough to keep pace with changes in your organization. A new generation of workers is entering the workforce, and to ensure that you don’t become obsolete, you need to stay up to date with technology and acquire new skills with additional career training.

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How Six Sigma Certification Programs Can Make You a Better Project Manager

Every organization has projects that need to be designed, planned, and executed—and if you’ve ever had to oversee a project from conception to completion, then you have some idea of what goes into project management.

In fact, if you understand what it takes to initiate and complete a project, including monitoring the results, you have a project manager's basic skill set. All you need now is certification as a project management professional (PMP) as well as Six Sigma professional to become a successful project manager.

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