Good Intentions Do Not Qualify for the Role of Management

People with good intentions do not always meet the qualifications to handle the role they have been given in management. Having good intentions does not qualify a person for the job he or she has been trusted with.

The couple whose friend entrusted to take care of her child, had good intentions to manage the role of being his guardians while his mother was away for a few hours did not qualify for this position: The child died while in their care during those few hours. The child, being a toddler, ingested a poison chemical the couple had sitting in his presence uncapped.

When an individual accept the role of management, he or she should have a plan in place to protect and secure the whole team. Taking on the role of a manager with good intentions alone, does not meet the qualifications for such position: It is guaranteed to fail. The idea should be to move forward together, with a plan in place to create job growth that will produce successful achievements. That can only happen when management cares about the whole team’s protection and security.

“People who like their job will give it their best. Those who don't, show it by a poor performance.”
― Ellen J. Barrier

Written by Ellen Jean Barrier
September 23, 2015

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