Hi, it's Tina. And I'm here with your one minute management tip. You know, great managers manage with confidence. And there's a couple of key factors that have to take place in order for them to have this confidence.

One is that they need to understand what is expected of them in their position. What are their personal job tasks and what are the tasks that they oversee of the rest of the staff.

How do they report it? What are the protocols for it? And that it is completely understood. Then they feel confident that they know what they're supposed to do.

The other is they've communicated and have an agreed understanding with those that they oversee and that those people understand what is expected of them, the manager understands what's expected of them, and that they've been trained and they have protocols. If you want a manager to be really confident, you need to lay the groundwork for these two things to happen.

If you have any questions or need any help, all you have to do is email me at [email protected]. Take care and stay safe. Bye.