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The Best Qualities of an Event Manager

fnoadmin 08/24/16 17:02:49 comments: 0

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The Best Qualities of an Event Manager

by Katie Christianson

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How do you become the best event manager? According to research, the most desired quality in prospective managers is a good personality. Surprisingly, an individual is more likely to be hired based on their character rather than their skill set. The specific personality traits that topped the list were drive, creativity, and open-mindedness.

So how can you take this knowledge to improve yourself as an event manager? See the list below for a list of the top 5 qualities that make up an event manager.

#1 Best Quality of an Event Manager: Drive

Topping the list at 14%, drive is the most sought after character trait in event managers. When creating an event, it is crucial that the event manager is passionate, excited and has a positive outlook on the goal. Keep in mind that this excitement must be present from the early stages all the way through the grand finale. If you are lacking drive, consider the following points:

Get to the root of the problem - You can start by asking yourself a few of the following questions: Were you ever passionate about your event? When did you lose excitement about your event? What causes could have contributed to your pessimism?

Dissect the Problem - Take notes on the parts you are excited and not excited about. By taking notes, you will be able to better understand the root of your problems. This can help identify which problems are mood based and which are realistic contributors.

Find new significance - It is natural for interests to fade with time. Try to relate your event to a new, exciting meaning in your life.

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