Words with you

When someone is being called a manager by the people, all the attention is drawn to the managing position and no one is actually aware of a manager's preoccupations, worries, different tiring and frustrating meetings, developing and finding a kind of business and etc. It is indeed possible that no one believes in the reality that a manager can get tired and he may wish to be in the place of one of those clerks in his company with too much less responsibilities. The real fact is this, all these responsibilities and worries have imprisoned the manager in his room and behind his desk.

A kind of jail which is surprisingly well-designed; and even more surprising is the guard of the jail who is the boss himself. This man enjoys spending time in this prison, hoping to achieve something better in his business. He may act in the very way he thinks is correct and useful. These acts can be firing distracted employees or employing high-experienced clerks and even it can be done through taking part in different congresses in order to improve his business.



Why do you still remember some of those old lessons or poems you were taught many years ago? And sometimes, even in the middle of your most arduous times of work, you can remember those lessons as easily as possible. That due to the lessons were taught to you in a practical way or may have been turned into a nice memory so that you have learned it by your heart.So, don't you think if the management lessons were taught in this way, it would make a big difference ? Time is the lost portion of managers, so arise from your desks. Lack of time and having too much worries won't be a good justification.

Through this catalog, you may get familiar with the way you can produce an idea and develop it in the best managerial way. You will see a travel in which you can enjoy every moments at an educational practical management training course in addition to its entertaining and special moments. A class which does not need you to be seated at the desk taking notes or to take part in other conferences. This is a special kind of class because you are about to learn everything by your spirit not notebooks. You are going to feel it. You will experience bravery, risk taking, overcoming the fear of change, predicting power, diagnosing and controlling crisis, on the spot and determined decision-making, concentration boosting, synergy, trading, salary, excitement and friendship in the middle of freezing ices of the Arctic.

Maybe, all we need is, a management and a dream ...


Successful managers' brain

This section is begun with posing a question.

Would you prefer to be just a manager or a successful one?

In the traditional management style, a manager was defined as a quite one-dimensional, dictator, and arrogant person. However, by the emergence of some modern managers like Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, etc. and also, their wonderful success has caused the traditional definition getting vanished. Additionally, too many books and movies about these two managers have been published and almost all people know about the details of their lives and success stories; nevertheless, it is needed to scrutinize their lives from a new and different perspective.


Inside Steve Job’s head

As you are aware of the fact that a brain is made of right and left hemispheres which each has its particular function, and a person’s personality is formed in accordance with the structure and performance of the both hemispheres.

In psychology, left-brainers are capable of carrying out logic, exact mathematical computations, and immediate comprehension; however, right-brainers are sensitive and in favor of imagination, risk-taking, music, and art.

You, respected manager, when you are reading the characteristics of left-brainers, don’t you think of yourself ?!!

 


Now let’s return to Steve Job’s brain. He explained about his life at Stanford University (the place which he had left) in 2005 and divided his life into three sections:


1.The Connection among Some Irrelevant Events:

Steve Jobs was supposed to be adopted by an educated family as his mother wanted him to study at a university in the future, but he has been grown up unexpectedly in a family which its members haven’t got their diplomas. Finally, he went to the university but after six months, he decided to take a risk and drop out of the university due to his confusing situation and lack of money to pay the fee. Steve has been always curious and just for his curiosity he decided to participate in calligraphy classes at Reed College. Although the classes were totally irrelevant to his future life, the classes made him an opportunity to design the first Mac in Touch computer after 10 years. It was the first computer which was created with artistic and beautiful fonts. Therefore, it can be concluded that the risk of leaving the university and his curiosity toward learning calligraphy made him to be creative and his creativity transformed to an unbeatable business success.


2. Love and Acceptance of Failure: 

At the time he was in charge of Apple Management Department and in fact he was regarded as the owner of the company. But he got fired, and he accepted this failure; since his heart acclaimed a truth into his ears that everything will be all right. The acclamation in every stage of his life was the main factor which had positive effect on his success. After 5 years, he founded two well - known and important companies and also met his wife.

Therefore, Steve wasn’t afraid of accepting the truth and he tried to overcome what his logic was telling and he listened to his heart.


3. The Fact of Death

Steve Jobs has been asking this question every day for 33 years from the time he was 17. “If today were the last day of my life, would I do the same thing?” Unless the answer wasn’t positive, he noticed that there’s a need to change.

“Remembering the fact that one day I will be dead was a kind of significant tool which helped me make decisions in some difficult situations in my life, because all I have expected from my life, selfishness, and being ashamed of failure weren’t important in comparison to death.”

Was Steve Jobs left or right-brained manager? Undoubtedly, he was one of infrequent managers using the right hemisphere who are 2.5% in total and that’s why he became a successful manager.

It’s pivotal to note that as companies get bigger and expanded gradually, left-brainers get superior at work; therefore, creative people (right-brainers) would leave the companies or may get fired. Whereas cooperation and coaction of the both groups cause success and subsistence.


You would like to be whether one of the 2.5% managers like Bill Gates and Steve Jobs who mix love and management or one of the managers who believe that management is the hardest thing in the world?



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