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Traits You Want In Your Facilities Manager

Traits You Want In Your Facilities Manager

To help you pick out a facilities manager, here are some of the traits you want your manager to have.

The facilities manager you choose for your project determines that project’s success. You want to go with a manager who possesses many different vital skills. It’s important that the vision for your project is realized, and going with the most skilled manger you can find will give you the best chance of realizing your vision.  To help you pick out a facilities manager, here are some of the traits you want your manager to have.

A Facilities Manager Should Be Creative With Technology

A facilities manager will get many challenges presented to them every day. Often, these challenges will require them to get creative. You shouldn’t go with a manager who tries to do things “by the book.” Every business is different, meaning the solutions to each business’s problems will be different as well. Today, many solutions to problems revolve around technology. This means you want a facilities manager who understands all of the latest technologies that can be incorporated into your work environment, and they should understand which technologies work best for your business.

A Facilities Manager Should Have Compassion

A major role of a manager is to create a healthier and more enjoyable work atmosphere. This means the manager you hire should be able to relate to the workers and demonstrate compassion towards them. If you don’t get that warm and relatable vibe from them, you might want to look for another manager. The manager should be able to understand your employees’ frustrations and use the understanding of what they want to create a work environment that adapts to the needs of the workers.

A Facilities Manager Should Be Adaptive

A manager has to do more than be proficient in building management software; they also have to address and resolve urgent problems as they pop up. This also has to be done in a calm and collected manner. This means the facilities manager you select should be able to adapt to any situation to resolve problems.

Your Manager Should Have A Data-Driven Mentality

To add value to business requires a facilities manager to understand data. They have to understand everything from the contractors’ performances to the quality of service. They also need to find any cost outliers and spots where things can be improved. This usually involves the use of a facility management analytics tool.

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