The Management Trilogy
Modern management practices differ dramatically from those of the past. For one, Managers are now required to provide clear strategic direction to their staff, as well as deal with the demands of day to day business. They are also expected to provide strong leadership when things go off the rails, and to be able to anticipate when a crisis may occur and to prevent or mitigate such crises.
We describe this as The Management Trilogy, which comprises three domains:
Daily Management: Leading With Values
Daily Management is a set of management processes which enable a team to control and improve its mission critical work processes.
Crisis Management: Leading With Valor
Crisis Management is a set of management processes which enable a team to anticipate, plan for, prevent or mitigate various crises that can befall a team or organization.
Strategic Management: Leading With Vision
Strategic Management is a set of management processes which enable a team to plan for and create its future.
These three management domains overlap and sometimes either support or hinder each other. It's within these three domains where a manager gets to develop their range of skills, including:
- Problem Solving
- Conflict Resolution
- Change Management
- Team Development
While a manager's job is demanding, it's also rewarding in that you get to make a big difference in people's lives and your organizations future. To learn more about The Management Trilogy, take the four part free online course titled Lead People...Manage Things: How to Succeed as a First-Time Manager by clicking on the button below: