What's it like to be an Assistant General Manager?
Assistant General Managers’ main responsibility is to assist a General Manager. They help plan and coordinate activities and act as the immediate supervisor of employees. They work in a business setting, performing administrative and supervisory duties. They are involved in the company’s overall strategic planning and business development activities, as well as in the recruitment and training of staff.
Tasks and duties
- Preparing and presenting reports.
- Developing strategic plans.
- Monitoring employee performance.
- Conducting training sessions.
- Leading staff.
- Acting as General Manager in the event of their absence.
To become an Assistant General Manager, you need a combination of qualifications and experience.
Graduate with a bachelor degree in business, finance, or a relevant field.
Attain at least 6 to 10 years’ worth of experience in a business development or managerial role.
Build a good track record in sales and develop solid business acumen and presentation skills.
After gaining experience as an Assistant General Manager, consider progressing to the role of General Manager.