The success of any institution depends primarily on the successful manager, who works on networking and interconnection between employees in the institution and following up on all the work progress, in this article we will depend on the most important differences between the successful manager and the failed manager.


A successful manager is distinguished by his high ability to plan as well as make appropriate plans in time

And the place that helps the organization rise and development through these plans, in addition to keeping pace with the changes taking place in the business market.

As for the failed manager, it is difficult for him to develop the appropriate and future plans for an institution, and this is due to his lack of information and the lack of attendance at meetings and conferences related to work, and for this reason, it is difficult to develop appropriate plans for his institution.

 Accuracy and Organization in Work

A successful manager possesses his commitment to punctuality, accuracy, and good organization of his work, and he is always organized in his office and tidy and free from scattered papers and sanctifies time and respects agreed dates.

As for the failed manager completely the opposite, he cancels appointments and adopts the term apology and phantom pilgrim, and always his office is scattered with papers and does not respect appointments and lack of information and is not organized for business and underestimates employees.

 The Ability to Make Decisions

A successful manager usually has the ability to make the right decisions at the right time

He is the one who bears this without blaming the staff for these decisions, and also is able to make quick decisions

In difficult times and has a strong sense of making these decisions that are in the interest of the institution in which he works.

As for the failed manager, it is difficult for him to make decisions, especially the difficult times that require strict decisions from him, and this is due to not having clear information until it is based on the decisions and when making decisions. After these decisions fail, the blame falls on the employees and this is due to his weakness in making sound decisions free of Errors.

Motivation, Arrogance, and Vanity

A successful manager has an important element in the work, which is motivating his employees to work, whether this motivation is material or moral because of his permanent conviction that the employees are the basis of working in the institution and they are able to succeed and fail the organization and that any problems that are borne by the employees are all their responsibility, and a successful manager is a strong person who does not arrogate On the employees, but he deals as children for him. As for the failed manager, he underestimates the employees and does not give the employees their legitimate rights and flaunts them and imposes decisions on him without consulting and frustrates work through some of the work and in addition to reducing their salaries.

 Ability to Communicate

The successful manager is distinguished by the high ability to communicate well with his employees and this makes the ability to control all matters related to the business progress of the institution and this is due to delivering the message to everyone wisely through the very high ability to communicate well. As for the failed manager cannot communicate wisely with the employees working in the institution and this indicates His lack of the most important element of the manager, which is the lack of good and positive communication with the employees and the market in which he works, and this refers to the inability to control the business and its functioning.

 Consultation in Decision and Opinion

The successful manager is distinguished on the basis of consultation based on decisions and opinions, as well as listening to all employees and expressing views, and this is an important element for the successful manager because this is what distinguishes the successful manager from the failed and also loves his employees and the institution by taking all points of view.

As for the failed manager, he is considered to be authoritarian in decisions and not to take the advice of anyone. He is the one who raises opinions and decisions, and he himself implements them and does not listen to the employees.

The Culture

A successful manager possesses a high and broad culture and always keen that his broad culture of information be developed for the sake of the enterprise, and is keen on a culture of business management with high wisdom, and always be keen on a culture of apology.

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