An effective manager is someone who is trained and has
 
years of education and learning in the area of Business
 
Management or Retail Management, right? Wrong. A good
 
manager is someone who innately understands how to deal
 
with others; someone that not only has great people
 
skills but is likeable, knowledgeable and someone that's
 
charismatic. While there are many different facets of
 
business management which can be taught there's an
 
entire other realm that's something that's inborn. This
 
intuitive ability to deal with people isn't a thing that
 
can be derived from text books but only comes from the
 
practical hands on knowledge of co-existing with others.
 
Good communication skills and people skills are not
 
things which could be learned but are things that
 
cultivate at an early age. Of course, there are numerous
 
aspects of business management that can be taught –
 
e.g. there is a level of respect that a person will have
 
to generate from those they work with in order to truly
 
succeed. This respect is developed not necessarily by
 
the kind of manager they are but by the sort of person
 
they are. Becoming a manager is not a career choice
 
which should be taken casually because it is very simply
 
not something that someone merely jumps into and
 
schooling is the least of the worries in this type of
 
position. Actually many businesses will pay well steady
 
workers who seem to have management in their blood to
 
get their business management degree and for many; this
 
is an opportunity that they jump at. Business management
 
paths occur in a variety of different ways and while
 
these opportunities exist in a number of fields it is
 
often individuals that move up the corporate ladder into
 
the management positions who have the greatest amount of
 
success in their position. This is very simply because
 
these individuals learned the business from the bottom
 
up, gained the respect of the entire organization, and
 
proved themselves a commanding presence within the
 
infrastructure of the company itself. No books can drive
 
a person to the top of an organization it takes working
 
hard, commitment, and a drive to succeed. Learning a
 
business from the inside creates a much stronger leader
 
than 4 years of education could ever produce.