Unit 502: Promote Professional Development Haidee stone Effective support and supervision maximises learning on the job and supports the individual in a way which is appropriate to their stage of development. The wider process of reviewing overall performance and managing personal and professional are I find best considered as part of a systematic appraisal system. By having regular supervisions and appraisals at work, my manager helps to assist and guide me in identifying areas of my practice which may need enhancing and where gaps in my knowledge exist and would discuss my personal goals, career progression and my personal aspirations. First I will need to prioritise my goals, targets and objectives for my personal development. Once I‘ve identified these I look at the type of training opportunity which is appropriate and relevant to my role, and formulate a plan to how this will be achieved.
Management – they can offer assistance in training you can be put on to help develop your skills and offer support from the company to help your career progression. 2. Team leader/ supervisors – They observe you work and see you in your work hours they can offer you tips and advice on how to enhance your skills. 3. You – The most important person in providing information and feedback for a personal development plan would be the person who is creating the plan because you have a clear understanding of what you want to do and achieve.
. To become an effective leader, I believe Communication and the Ability traits inspire the strongest Characteristics a leader should have a. As one of my traits to become an effective leader is a golden rule to treat your followers as you enjoy being treated. For my communication skills I like to stay close to the action by visiting members of the organization, talk to people, visit other offices and work sites, ask questions, and observe how the business is being handled. This will give me the ability to gain new insights into the work and find new opportunities for motivating my followers.
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.
The boss will ensure all employee have the information, resources, and support they will need to do the work. A good boss provides employees with suggestions and feedback to improve their work performance. Whether it is a job well done, or constructive criticism, a good boss will strive to support and motivate the employees in their present position. This motivates employees to take a proactive approach to self-development, and growth within the business. There needs to be an open line of communication.
This process helps an individual understand how others perceive them. Feedback is essential to facilitating performance improvements. Feedback allows people to utilize their strengths to their advantage. Feedback informs employees which actions create problems for others and to know what changes may be needed. 360 Performance Appraisal: Uses Uses for 360 Performance Appraisal include: Employee Development Performance Appraisal Performance Management Training Needs Assessment Evaluation of Training Attitude Survey Organizational Climate Survey Customer Satisfaction Survey This process can also be a motivator of performance since it shows the employee that their opinions and views are considered important.
This paper will present some of the key concepts (leadership strategies, formal and informal communication, organizational culture, conflict resolution and active listening) that organizational communicators can consider and implement to address the complexities of successful communication within their workplace. Leadership Strategies “Every time we communicate with others in organizational settings we have the opportunity to meet others’ communication expectations and encourage these organizational participants to reciprocate by meeting our communication expectations” (Kreps, 2011). Organizational leaders need to be cognizant of this if they and the organization are to be successful. Even though some people may have been born with innate leadership aptitudes, effective leadership communication skills are learned over time. While some academic fields teach communication skills, many technical fields such as medicine, research,
Team Roles Team leaders serve various roles in an organization. Their job is to get tasks done by using all of the resources available to them, including other employees or team members. Below is a list of some important roles a team leader must often take on: Develop a strategy the team will use to reach its goal Provide any training that team members need Communicate clear instructions to team members Listen to team members' feedback Monitor team members' participation to ensure the training they providing is being put into use, and also to see if any additional training is needed Manage the flow of day-to-day operations Create reports to update the company on the team's progress Distribute reports to the appropriate personnel Team Leader Responsibilities A team leader is responsible
Not only are looking for a theoretical solution to the problem, but implement the solutions proposed by the team. Each member of the group preparing the issue, which he/she wants to talk with others (for professional matters). Action learning method supports the organisation in the face of the need to make breakthrough changes affecting organisational culture. In the team there positive developments on personal development, communication and build trust, focus on the development of the entire organisation. Meetings using the method action learning could take place regularly e.g.
A business cannot run without effective communication among its employees. The topic will try to showcase some key features of communication covering all aspects viz. reading, writing, verbal and listening 2. Brainstorming has become an integral part of almost all organizations. The topic will provide insights as to how one should conduct himself in a brainstorming session a.