Your management style should prioritize caring for your team, supporting and developing them, effectively communicating, being a team player, focusing on job completion and team targets, being approachable, and handling problems and changes.
Great managers recognize the skills and experience of individual team members and match them to the specific problem at hand, creating a strong and effective team.
A good leader adapts their management style based on the situation and individual strengths, building relationships and supporting team development, while also addressing poor performers through informal support and, if necessary, formal improvement plans and disciplinary actions.
My management style is flexible and adaptable, focusing on actively supporting and developing my team, setting clear directions, and employing a direct leadership style when necessary.
The speaker shares a successful example of turning around a finance team, resulting in increased cash balance and business growth.