Not To Manage But To Achieve

592.03Question: They say that three things are required in order to manage: time, talent, and desire. And in your opinion, someone who doesn’t like to manage can be a manager. Why?

Answer: Because in this case, he will not confuse people and intentionally manipulate them. Management is good when you clearly know the goal, constantly develop more specific concise ways to achieve it, and know which people to engage in order to realize this goal.

Question: Are you saying that a good manager is someone who doesn’t like to manage but just does it out of necessity?

Answer: Yes. Otherwise he will get bogged down in this work and will find pleasure in digging in it.

Question: Does it mean that for him some goal must be higher than the desire of a person to control and rule?

Answer: Of course. If I can jump to the end of this process, that is the most important thing for me. I do not like to manage, I like to achieve.
From KabTV’s “Management Skills” 6/11/20

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