Characteristics that a role model possesses includes high moral values, confidence, who is hardworking, respectful, has an optimistic outlook on life and can find creative solutions to their problems in the workplace. To ensure that I acted as a role model for the employees I would supervise, I would make sure that I possess all the previously said qualities and use them to my advantage. I would always show a positive attitude, be enthusiastic and involved within the workplace, and always accept responsibility of my actions if any mistakes happen on my behalf. I would also understand myself; referring to my learning style, characteristics, behaviours, and learning preferences. I would also learn to understand others and to value diversity in the workplace.
The role of the team leader is to motivate people to effective and hard work to the highest standards by promoting positive teamwork and by acknowledging their efforts. A Team leader should be able to recognise and understand that the team is build by people of different values and personalities; help people achieve work related and personal goals and bring out what's the best in them. Very often A team leader acts as a link between line staff and senior management of the organisation. In my workplace both team leaders are the link between the team and senior administration manager and director manager of Women’s' Services. We are informed about all changes that affects our directorate on a timely manner, we are up to date with any innovation and changes brought to the Trust.
Knowing your own strengths and weaknesses and those of your employees, taking the time to know your employees is vital for a strong and cohesive team environment and will enable you to be able to bring the best out of your team because you understand their strengths and weaknesses and you know the person. Being motivated, energised, focused, positive and loving what you do is a great example to lead by and I would ensure I always acted in a manner that reflected my values and work ethic and to be fair and firm in all my dealings, that is how I would measure my performance. There is so much more though to being an effective leader and good role model; you need to be able to set clear and defined personal and work goals, plans and activities that reflect the plans of your business and your own responsibilities and accountabilities. To measure my personal performance I would set performance based goals rather than goals based on outcome because with performance based goals you have control over how and when you achieve them and satisfaction when you do complete them. With outcome based goals you are
Furthermore, I will always support and back up the decisions made by the team member. If I disagree with their decision, instead of chastising or reprimanding, I will coach the employee and help them to understand my reasoning. 2. Give Recognition Recognition is key to an employee’s success. Team members will search out recognition from
A good leader should lead by asking questions, listening, and facilitating constructive communication to build trust and respect. Team Building & Motivation - Train, Coach and provide effective feedback. Inspire others by example and guidance. A leader should encourage team work and cultivate a good work culture within the team, thereby creating the right working
a group to accomplish specific tasks. The art of patience and cooperation are key factors that are found to be essential for leadership positions in JROTC for the purpose of making sure that each subordinate is able to make a contribution to the team to achieve a goal. Learning how to distin- guish the difference between “leading” and “controlling” separates the competent leaders from the incompetent ones. The skill of taking heed to what will benefit “the group” than “oneself” is a belief that epitomizes leadership and brings success and respect from others. In the ever-changing world we live in, the JROTC program gives positives contributions to society for our youth.
In this essay I am going to describe and explain how I would go about managing my work priorities and professional development. Managing work priorities and professional development professionalism at work place is very significant part of management which needs strong analytical and verbal skills; I will be recounting, or reflecting upon experiences I have had during a specific event. To be able to manage my work priorities and professional development requires me to be a positive role model, a role model is one who can be respected, admired, expected in some ways by the employee in the organizations, to start off being a good role model I would need to build my confidence up by believing in Myself and being happy on who I am and what I have became, if I display that I have self esteem, those who look up to me will too. To ensure myself acted as a positive role model for my subordinates and others in workplace, I will follow the below guidelines: - Follow the Company Policy, all companies have different set of policy but the policies are there for you to obey, I will follow the policy of the company and set a good example to follow them as well. - Punctuality, In order to be a good role model, I have to punctual to work and to be early so that your subordinates can learn from you and you do not need to rushing around to organize the daily heavy task.
It gives them the opportunity to learn and progress, creates team cohesion and puts the individual in the right state of mind. Rules and regulations are important because it enables serving individuals to be aware of their rights and restrictions within the service and with this information they can ensure they work efficiently, effectively and this benefits the public and their career. It also ensures they do not breach any laws and it maintains the services good reputation therefore maintaining the public’s trust and faith. The rules and regulations are the foundation of the uniformed public services, and discipline ensures that these rules and regulations are followed. Orders are also an integral part of the service as they ensure the safety of the people involved and allow minimum mistakes to be made.
Companies specify which behaviors are acceptable, and which are not, when they first start the hiring process for a new employee. Some even give a summary of what is expected conduct in the job descriptions An employee may have to stand for values that match those of the company. Maintaining one’s self-respect, accepting responsibility for the task, respecting others and respecting the experience that the work offers are ways by which one can be labelled ‘professional’. Some common sense rules of consideration for others, politeness and honesty also enhances the ethical, professional nature of the employee. Simple courtesies like
The Career Plan Building Activities made me realize I have strengths in the areas of coping with pressure, delivering result, following instructions, and adapting to change. These strengths will help me to be an excellent leader and encourage employees to do their best to deliver positive results for the company. I will be able to handle any circumstance and make beneficial and effective decisions. I will have to make sure I am thinking critically when evaluating arguments. I know how to recognize fallacies and can judge the validity and credibility of the source.