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Skills needed by managers

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Skills needed by managers Not everyone can be a manager. Certain  skills,  or abilities to translate knowledge into action that  results in desired performance, are required to help other employees become more productive.  These skills fall under the following categories:  Technical:  This skill requires the ability to use a special proficiency or expertise to  perform particular tasks. Accountants, engineers, market researchers, and computer  scientists, as examples, possess technical skills. Managers acquire these skills initially  through formal education and then further develop them through training and job  experience. Technical skills are most important at lower levels of management.  Human:  This skill demonstrates the ability to work well in cooperation with others.  Human skills emerge in the workplace as a spirit of trust, enthusiasm, and genuine  involvement in interpersonal relationships. A manager with good human skills has a high 
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