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The main jobs for Tesco's manager is Present new ideas for the company Resolve the current problems Support the employees

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Unit 2 task 2 By Ricky Singh kapoor Task2 A: Focusing on you own organisation describe the role of the management in improving the performance of your selected organisation. Management is all about organising, monitoring and leading others and that a manager needs to be able to encourage and negotiate with his sub-ordinates to achieve targets and plans set. In many organisation there are different role of management that it has to carry out Following are the main roles of management that are used throughout many businesses. > Prepare annual report. > Oversea core business and supporting function. > To formulate policy. > Approve core external members. > Monitor all areas of activity. > Appoint successor of director. Management is a key aspect of the business that can help the business in a long term and could affect the business in many ways. The reason why there is a management team in a business is because management team helps identifying the aims and objectives and monitors performance for the future planning and check whether it is being met. The main jobs for Tesco's manager is > Present new ideas for the company > Resolve the current problems > Support the employees To improve the performance of the organisation the management can take various actions for example: - Improving Communication Skills Aims and objectives that are identified by the senior managers within an organisation need to be communicated to the other employees so that they can be followed through. ...read more.

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Here are the following example of leaderships and management styles: The autocrat The autocrat has little confidence in his subordinates and distrusts them. He makes most of the decisions and passes them down the line. He makes threats where necessary to ensure that his orders are obeyed. The good thing about a manager having an autocrat style of leadership is that by this style he will be able to control the worker in doing their job. He will be very organised, punctual and hard working. Which would help the organisations in many ways. The benevolent autocrat The benevolent autocrat sees himself as a superior father figure who makes all the important decisions and then convinces his subordinates to go along with them. He may allow some decisions to be made by some subordinates within the framework, which is set by him. The good thing about a manager having a benevolent autocrat style of leadership is that this type of manager is very confident about the decisions that he makes, which would help the business in having a self motivated manager. The consultative democrat The consultative democrat has confidence and trusts in most people and communicates and consults widely with his employees. Before making decisions he will seek the views of his coordinates, but he or she will have the final say. The good thing about a manager having a consultative democrat style of leadership is that this type of manager style will take good care of his subordinates and will help them to become motivated into working by asking them about the decisions. ...read more.

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* If he treats everyone equally. I think if all the key elements highlighted above about the key role of the manager are contained within him. Then the manager can help the business in improving the business performance in long term. This is because if he has the key skills required then he would be able to communicate better with his subordinates and help them in achieving the company's objectives as a team. The key roles above are like duties, which are the requirements that a manager needs to be doing if, he wants to become a role model and become a better leader. Summary For this task I had to investigate the key role of management, which would help in increasing the sales for Tesco. I think if Tesco has a manager that has the key skills required like the information provided above then this would be a wise choice to hire him as he will be a benefit to them and become a highly qualified asset that will help them in achieving their overall aim by dedicating himself to getting the work done to the best standards by himself and his subordinates. By doing this task I have found out that would without motivation staff wouldn't be dedicated enough to work hard in achieving Tesco aims. Recommendation I recommend Tesco to keep on motivating the staff to achieving the best standard of service provided to the customers. I also recommend Tesco to give chance to the employees to become promoted as this will also help them in becoming motivated. ...read more.

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