Why Managers Need to Learn the Art of Conversations

What does a manager do? A manager, according to the Business Dictionary, “is an individual who is in charge of a certain group of tasks or a certain subset of a company. A manager often has a team of people who report to him or her.” Basically, a manager’s role involves connecting people, managing the team, and a lot more, all of which involves active conversations.

Recently, we had discussed the role of managers in driving employee engagement. The first point in the post focused on the importance of conversations in building rapport. While emails, chats, group discussions etc. are the more popular channels of communication in the modern times, the power of actual conversation is an element often lost in the digital age. However, as long as the human component exists, the importance of conversations cannot be ignored. With the growing demand for humanizing the workplace, managers now ought to focus more on the art of conversations to engage the employees and keep the connections alive.

The role of managers requires an increased level of communication, many times through positive conversations to ensure that the team works together to achieve the organizational goals. Read more about the importance of Leadership conversation & how to handle them at a professional level.

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Rahul Chaudhari

Rahul Chaudhari

Co-founder at Element78
Prior to co-founding Element78, Rahul has had over 20 years of experience in management consulting, industrial sales and learning & development verticals, working with several leading firms such as Dale Carnegie Training, Tata Economic Consultancy Services, A. F. Ferguson & Co. and KSA-Technopak.Rahul is trained and certified for his professional abilities at IIMB (Management Consulting), Kathalaya (story-telling), and ISABS (Organizational Development).
Rahul Chaudhari

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