6 Business Skills You Need and How to Improve Them

6 Business Skills You Need and How to Improve Them

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1. Team building and team management

Achieving a business goal often begins with the ability to select and manage an efficient team.  Knowing how to choose the most appropriate team, assign tasks and motivate your workers can result in your employees performing at peak levels. The better you are at team management and team building, the more able your team will be to perform as a 

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harmonious unit and work unitedly towards a common cause.

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2. Communication

Both business owners and managers should be able to effectively communicate with employees, other managers, consumers and other individuals involved in day-to-day business operations.  Effective communication skills include both verbal and written and should allow you to clearly communicate information in an easily understandable way.

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3. Delegation

As a manager or business owner, you should be able to effectively distribute work to individuals and teams depending on their abilities and proven strengths.  Effective delegation means striking a balance between freedom and responsibility. Your employees and teams should be given adequate freedom to accomplish tasks, 

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but also the responsibility and accountability of achieving desired results within deadlines.

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4. Leadership

This is a key skill of any astute business person. As your business grows, you will likely need to hire people and be able to provide them with a vision and mission as well as concrete goals to achieve.  Leadership is often strategic in nature and requires you to understand how to offer your employees and teams an actionable plan and the 

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motivation to complete it. In addition to business owners, leadership skills are also needed by those in management positions to maintain effective day-to-day operations.

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5. Financial management

Business owners and those in management positions are often required to have financial management skills to effectively understand and manage the company’s financial needs.  Financial management skills include the ability to analyze the current market, understand investment benefits and risks, timely and effectively budget 

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and identify anything that is negatively impacting the company’s bottom line.  In addition to business owners, positions that may require financial management skills include business analysts, accountants and bank employees.

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6. Project management

Projects in the workplace often have specific timelines, milestones, budgets and end goals.  Project management skills enable you to effectively handle day-to-day efforts as well as the overall progress of a project. Cost control and timely completion are two important aspects of project management skills.

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