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Cooperative managment

What are key features of good cooperative management?

    1. Clear goals

    2. Clear roles and responsibilities of each team member

    3. Good communication among team members

    4. Consistent feedback and coaching to each team member

    5. Everyone doing their job well

    And a system in place to help those who are not performing well improve

    6. A good culture that everyone buys into and is proud of

    This includes the brand, the values, the mission, etc

    7. A strong leader who can make decisions when necessary and has the respect of all team members. But also knows how to listen and coach as well as lead. A good manager is a good coach.

    For instance, many people I know have left jobs because they had bad managers but it was their own fault for not listening or improving or trying harder. For instance, if you are not getting along with your boss then maybe you are not being a good listener or you aren't working hard enough on your skills or you don't fit in culturally with the rest of the team (this is where a good manager would tell you this).

    A manager's job is to help his/her employees grow so they can move up in the world and be successful some day without having to rely on others to help them get there (i.e., firing them).

    Coaching vs leading – coaching means helping someone improve their skills while leading means making decisions for them while they improve their skills so they can make decisions themselves one day if needed (which will happen eventually).

    Leaders need to be able to take criticism from their employees without taking it personally because an employee's job is to point out problems with his/her leaders so he/she can improve even more than before (this doesn't mean an employee should act like a jerk but just be honest about what he sees that could be improved).

    Good leaders will always have great teams around them because great teams attract great leaders who want to work with other great leaders.

    8. Systems in place for everything – no excuses

    No blaming others
    No blame culture
    Get rid of anyone who creates this kind of culture
    It’s always everyone’s responsibility when things go wrong in any organization no matter what role they play within it
    Always keep improving systems so there are no excuses for anything going wrong ever again within your organization
    This takes a lot of energy but it’s worth it because this is how organizations become resilient against all external forces that try to bring them down

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