When the time comes and I address things that need to be fixed, I do not receive negative feedback from my employees. They all understand the issue at hand and try to fix it, based on their roles and tasks. Overall, I believe that one can be a successful leader if they can be a successful manager. Both of these titles work best hand-in-hand. A leader is someone that leads a team toward the main goal.
Decision making with your employees will let them gain respect for the leader and become more determined. This style will bring strength between you and your employees. Laissez-Faire-This style is used when the leader is lazy or distracted, it’s more of a you do what you want style. This style can be used when the team is highly capable and motivated, it’s when the team doesn’t need close monitoring or supervision. This style can cause failure when the leader expects the group to make the decision between themselves when they are un sure about what they need to achieve and how they need to accomplish the task.
The first step of effective leadership is to recognize the various needs and concerns of the clique and the social network on the job. In the simulation, the manager realizes that it is not so a desirable circumstances of being responsible for the teams that have clearly resisted the leadership. The manager had to resize and restructure the team for the best intentions of the team to understanding the formation and fundamental sub-structures, and their impact on supporting the group thinking towards organizational goals. The success of the leadership was reliant on the leadership style and decisions that utilize the influence of the teams’ behavior and the kind of teams that was chosen to execute those decisions. It is not always likely to sustain a fixed leadership style to deal with change interrelated
People are motivated by being rewarded; this brings encouragement helping the person who has done well do a better job and help them achieve more in the job. There is a clear chain of command, discipline is in place. Subordinates do exactly what the leader tells them to do and have no authority. The team is fully responsible for its actions; this is a advantage and disadvantage as if one person in a team makes a mistake then the whole
It is important to remain completely professional at all times because you are performing a duty of care. If a staff member has any issues they should be discussed directly with a manager as soon as possible, so the best standard of work can be carried out. Outcome 2 Be able to reflect on own work activities 1. In my role as a carer it is important to reflect on activities in the work place because we can assess what activities certain service users enjoyed or didn’t enjoy, and that helps create more suitable activities for the service users in the future, experiencing different activities can teach me new skills like how to work with service users that have less mobility, or have difficulty understanding complicated tasks. Reflecting on
This theory is the opposite of the goal setting theory. According to Robbins and Judge (2011) “Reinforcement theory ignores the inner state of the individual and concentrates solely on what happens when he or she takes some action”. This tool can be good if the employee is willing to do the required work to be successful. The goal is mostly motivational in the since of rewarding one’s effort to complete work. You have to be careful though when trying to motivate people.
Project 1 Question 1 What makes a good role model and how would I ensure that I acted as a role model for employees I supervise? Commutation time-management positive attitude B by demonstrating positive work skills understanding workplace and each employee's managing employee concern growing leadership to drive them delegating duties to other staff think outside of the box Question 2 What are the traits of an effective leader? Do I have these traits? How would I develop them? A a good positive role model ability to be hands on lead by example strong work ethics uncompromising integrity collaborate and work ability to communicate mediate ability to say “NO” B To have a strong work ethics, and to show my employee's a good example C learn from others identify the traits that I have learn from the new experience must be willing to improve myself have a desire and dedication to achieve my goals Question 3 To check the company vision statement, mission statement and the value statement speak to the superiors/managers to look for the information on the web page maintain a current job skills and if not update them know the company guild line policies refer back to my job description align with the company – long or short term goals, strategies, and stated direction Question 4 How would I ensure that I meet my job description?
It also has the disadvantage that employees become dependant on their leader. Persuasive management style involves the manager sharing some characteristics with that of an autocratic manager. The most important aspect of a persuasive manager is that they maintain control over the entire decision making process. The most prominent difference here is that the persuasive manager will spend more time working with their subordinates in order to try to convince them of the benefits of the decisions they have made. A persuasive manager is more aware of the employees but it would be incorrect to say that the style of management is more inclusive of employees.
"Staffing Strategy" Please review the following recommendations for the staffing needs of you organizations. For the Tanglewood organization I think acquiring talent is best suited for your organization. While employees can be trained to suit the organizations needs hiring talent is important for you organization. The vision to involve employees in the decision making process and let them take control of how their own areas requires employees that possess talent to insure the success of the department and organization. It is my recommendation that the hiring activities be an outsourced function.
Ways of doing this include: select people with the required skills and knowledge; provide the required training and clarify job requirements; provide sufficient time and resources; assign progressively more difficult tasks based on training; follow employees’ suggestions about ways to change their jobs; intervene and attempt to alleviate problems that may hinder effective performance; provide examples of employees who have mastered the task; and provide coaching to employees who lack self-confidence. In essence, leaders need to make the desired performance attainable. Good leaders not only make it clear to employees what is expected of them but also help them attain that level of performance. (Lunenburg, 2011) Reward Expectancy Leaders should try to increase the belief that good performance will result in valued rewards. Ways of doing so include: measure job performance accurately; describe clearly the rewards that will result from successful performance; describe how the employee’s rewards were based on past performance; provide examples of other employees whose good performance has resulted in higher rewards.