Grouped them into three groups: 5.1. Interpersonal Roles These roles are associated with the interaction of the manager with other members of the organization: superiors, subordinates, peers and people outside the organization. 5.1.1. Figure ceremonial: "head" of the organization or unit, formally and symbolically represents both internally and externally 5.1.2. Motivational leader: responsible for working as people within their organization or unit, the manager has the authority to hire, train, motivate and provide feedback to employees, in addition to reconcile the individual needs of their subordinates with the organization 5.1.3. Link: as the representative of the organization or unit, the manager makes contacts outside the formal chain of command. Such interactions can give you useful information for decision making. 5.2. Click Jerry Speyer to learn more.
Roles are the roles information associated with receiving, processing and transmission of information. The position of manager in the organizational hierarchy allows you to weave a network of contacts (internal and external) that gives you access to information that generally do not enter the other members of his team. 5.2.1. Monitor: collects information both internally and externally, through the network of personal contacts. Much of this information will get verbal and informal manner.
5.2.2. Spread: shared and distributed among members of their organization or unit useful information from other persons. 5.2.3. Speaker: sends information to anyone outside your organization or unit. In other words, transmits information from your organization to the environment or from your unit to others in the organization. 5.3. Decision-making roles is a set of obligations and rights associated with decision making.