Operations Manager Advice
Q: What do you wish you knew about your job when you first started out?
Operations Manager in Pompano Beach:
"A manager is only as good as the staff that reports to them."
Treat staff with respect. Being a manager is not a license to just boss people around. Working with your staff, getting your hands dirty, earns respect and builds teamwork.
Operations Manager in West Chester:
"I Wish I Would Have Known What "Kind" Of Personnel."
Take care of your drivers, safety is the key point with employees, hire clean licensed drivers. Encourage training and customer service form your employees. Watch your back with the dedicated company's' employees.
Operations Manager in Canton:
"Get as many degrees and certifications as possible that will."
Get as many degrees and certifications as possible that will enhance your future career.
Operations Manager in Corpus Christi:
Continued education is a plus, plus benefit in any profession. There are always new programs, software and technologies worth learning which can assist you in your everyday performance.
Operations Manager in Port Hueneme:
Learn everything you can of every process under your supervision first the progress to learning, grasping, the great "picture"; all that is involved in the end result. Cross training personnel is essential.
Operations Manager in Kansas City:
"Solid Career Choice - Electrical Engineering."
I believe that people thrive in the right systems. We all want to work in a place with defined responsibilities, accountable management, and a progressive culture. I try to provide that.
Operations Manager in Bossier City:
"Complete Scope Of Responsibilities And Authority."
Completely read position description and understand authority granted within it.