Aspects of a Comprehensive Management Plan

Imagine that you are about to become a manager, and you will need to define your style before embarking on this new chapter in your career. To do this, create a comprehensive management plan.

Include a professional background overview (i.e., a little about yourself and your professional goals). Describe your approach to employee motivation and to preparing employees for success. Examine your approach to change management and to managing diversity and conflict. This is a discussion on how you, as a manager, will help lead the implementation of change in the workplace; it is not about changing who the manager is. Discuss solely yourself and how you see yourself managing others.