Management Major Skills

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Here's a list of the skills that employers seek when hiring Management majors. Skills vary by job, so also review these skills lists for a variety of different occupations.

Highlight the skills you acquired during your studies, internships and jobs held during college in your cover letters, resume and job applications.

Management Major Skills

A - D

  • Active Listening
  • Analyzing Business Cases
  • Analyzing Ethical Dimensions of Business Enterprises
  • Analyzing Expenditures
  • Assessing Factors Impacting Productivity
  • Attention to Detail
  • Coaching
  • Collaboration
  • Composing Executive Summaries
  • Creating Budgets for Business Units
  • Creating Financial Reports
  • Decision Making
  • Delegating 
  • Delivering Presentations
  • Devising Plans for New Businesses
  • Drawing Consensus

E - N

  • Evaluating Employee Performance
  • Examining the Determinants and Consequences of Human Behavior in Formal Organizations
  • Facilitating Group Discussions
  • Framing Communication Toward Specific Audiences
  • Identifying the Interests and Preferences of Stakeholders
  • Influencing Others
  • Instructing
  • Interacting with Individuals from Diverse Backgrounds
  • Interpreting Financial Data
  • Interpreting Legal Statutes that Apply to Businesses
  • Interviewing Candidates for Jobs
  • Leadership
  • Mathematical
  • Mentoring
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft Word
  • Motivating Others
  • Multitasking

O - Z

  • Organizational
  • Persuasive
  • PowerPoint
  • Preparing Presentations on Business Topics
  • Problem Solving
  • Project Management
  • Proposing Solutions to Business Problems
  • Providing Constructive Criticism
  • Recommending Cost Cutting Measures
  • Responding Favorably to Criticism
  • Screening Applicants for Jobs
  • Statistical
  • Strategic Planning
  • Suggesting Ways to Enhance Productivity
  • Supervising Staff
  • Tapping Information Technology to Facilitate Decision Making
  • Teamwork
  • Time Management
  • Training Employees
  • Understanding Financial Statements
  • Writing Business Case Analyses
  • Writing Research Reports on Business Topics

More Lists of Skills
Here’s a list of skills employers are looking for, including soft skills, general skills, and hard skills for a variety of different jobs.

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