Not only do top managers need good instincts concerning people, situations, and procedures, but they must also be able to act in a way that motivates and provides a role model for employees. In addition, they must have excellent organizational skills and be capable of communicating in a transparent fashion. It often happens that business owners and executives fail to make use of the available potential of their employees.
Networked thinking makes it possible to use each employee’s potential and gives each employee the feeling that he or she is a valuable part of the organization. Dealing successfully with conflicts also plays a decisive role in determining which companies survive and which do not. The combination of all these skills makes you authentic and credible as a top manager or business owner.