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Unformatted text preview: (Thrasher, 2009) I would publicly commend any worker that did above and beyond the standard expected amount of work as well. One of the most important skills will be decision making skills. I will have to use my experiences of previous work and decisions from myself and perhaps even predecessors. Ultimately I will be the one making choices that could affect the rest of the company or at least the people working for me. Consideration will have to be taken in many factors as to the business side probably for the most part, but also employees as well. (Business Training Schools, n.d.) References Business Training Schools (n.d.). What Skills Do Managers Need to Have? Retrieved December 11, 2010, from http://www.business-training-schools.com Thrasher, H. (2009). How to Become a Manager — 13 Skills You’ll Need . Retrieved December 11, 2010, from http://blog.makingitclear.com...
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