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In addition to the typical supervisory skills, a manager must also have advanced recruitment and selection skills, meeting skills, planning and scheduling skills and be able to control the financial side of the business.

A manager should spend a significant portion of his/her time looking ahead and planning strategy and tactics appropriate to the times and objectives of the business. Broadly, managers have to provide guidance and leadership in four main areas of the operation of the business:

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