As you move from a supervisor role into upper management, conceptual skills become more crucial than technical skills, but human skills remain important.
In this activity, you’ll get an overview of the management skills continuum.
The Management Skills Continuum
As a manager, your skills to be an effective leader changes as you move from front-line supervisory role to a career on a top-management level. That’s where the management skills continuum infographic comes into play.
It will show you how management skills grow and compound from basic technical skills at the operational level, to incorporating more people skills in middle management, and combining both of those and adding conceptual skills when a leader reaches top management.
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