Human Resource Management

10 Roles of Managers’ in the Organization

10 Roles of Managers

The managers” roles are essential in the organization, so manager roles have three categories.

The manager is the person who runs the departments and groups in the departments. In addition to this, he manages the teams. An organization needs two resources that are human resources and financial resources.

Although the manager deals with human resources and their problems.

The organization has three levels of management, three managerial skills moreover four management functions.

Ten roles are divided into three categories, so his roles are divided into the following three categories.

  • Interpersonal Roles
  • Informational Roles
  • Decisional Roles

Interpersonal roles


A manager has the role of figurehead because the manager is head of the organization or department, so he receives the guests from outside. In addition to this, he presides the social activities of employees. He also signs the legal documents of the organization as head of the organization or department. So it’s the role of the figurehead.


The manager has the role of leader that he performs leader role into the job when he sorts out the activities to subordinates. He trains the employees during the training session or at the workplace. Moreover, he motivates them the achieve organizational goals. The manager is also part of hiring, firing, and disciplinary action against employees. He has all aspects of a good leader include in their personality.

Manager as a leader
Manager as a leader


The manager’s third role in interpersonal category, he builds the good relation for information to internal and external individuals and groups. He contacts external suppliers for materials and contact departments, groups, and teams to complete the project.

Informational roles


The manager plays the role of the monitor because he monitors the internal and external activities, so he gathers information related to their organization and industry. In addition to this, he monitors the change in the business environment, which is relevant to his organization. Moreover, he monitors the internal environment of an organization because he monitors their teams and their productivity and well-being.


Managers gather information from an internal or external source, communicate information to employees. This kind of information is authentic as well as for the benefit of users.


The manager is also representative of their organization because he is representing the organization outside of the organization. Therefore, he should be manner and good spoken.

Decisional roles


The manager as an entrepreneur commences new projects for the improvement of organizational performance. He brings new ideas, solving problems, and implementing new ideas in the organization.

Disturbance Handlers

The manager is also a disturbance handler in the organization because he handles complex situations in the organization. He faces union strikes, energy shortages, and other resources.

Manager Disturbance Handlers
Manager Disturbance Handler

Resource Allocator 

Manager as resource allocator oversees the resources of the organization. Where need human resources and financial resources are. He decides that how to distribute the resources in the organization.

Negotiator role

The fourth role is as a negotiator in an organization because he negotiates with unions, customers, suppliers, individuals, different groups, and the government.

The managers engage inside the organization in the following activities

  • Staffing
  • Retention
  • Development
  • Adjustment
  • Managing change

Management Level

  • Top Managers
  • Middle Managers
  • First-line Managers

Management Skills

  • Conceptual Skills
  • Human Skills
  • Technical Skills

Management Functions

  • Planning
  • Organizing
  • Leading
  • Controlling

The End Request

The managers” roles are essential in the organization, so manager roles have three categories.
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