Recent years have brought major changes in the management of organizations (managerial re-engineering, benchmarking in strategies, reinventing government, the new public management, management by heart) , changes that must also be taken into account generally by the managers from the public field and especially those from the education systems. Ignoring warnings of the new organization based on knowledge about knowledge, relativism and incertitude postpones the passage from an informational society without frontiers, led by competent reasonable/emotional managers who intensify the features of every individual but also those of the group. This article highlights some aspects hopefully relevant for the contemporary managers, men and women that are compelled to deeply revise the classical styles of management to obtain effects dominantly positive in the direction of influencing groups to attain the institutional and individual objectives. The contemporary managers must learn how to lead reasonably combining the advantages of the reasonable professionalism with those of the emotional intelligence. Analyzing the existing state of things and comparing it to the ideal one, we may notice models or elements common to all the successful managers, empathic, flexible, reasonably and emotionally competent people.
We started this scientific approach from the question: “Managers: men or women?" and we arrived to the syntagm: “Managers: men and women”, having the certitude that by accepting the differences and recognizing the similarities, the leaders-to-be may take action in an organized manner towards a reasonable, catching management benefic for the individual, group, organization and community. From the educational viewpoint, the goal of research is to signal the importance to develop the reasonable-emotional abilities and skills taken over (for instance by benchmarking or coaching) both from men-managers and women-managers to attain diverse forms of reasonable leadership, imitating the good practices. The segment chosen, that is the public domain, more precisely the education, represents an essential domain because the public people and “teachers” are the models, including the managerial ones for the leaders of a world we care of.
|Keywords:||Managers, Men, Women, Managerial Autism, Emotional Intelligence, Resonant Management|
University Professor PhD, Department of Management and Information Technology, Faculty of Medical Bioengineering, University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Iaşi, Iaşi, Romania
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