Emotional Intelligence and Coworkers Emotional intelligence and coworkers are important. Working alongside different personalities and cultural backgrounds can be a challenge. Any worker desiring to grow and prosper in her career will need to find a way to work well with the different personalities. Regarding one’s emotions we tend to get in our own way. However, in the workplace one need to learn how to manage her feelings like jealously, insecurity, anxiety, resentment, and fear.
University of Phoenix Material Employee Portfolio: Motivation Action Plan Determine the motivational strategy or strategies that would likely be most appropriate for each of your three employees on basis of their individual characteristics. Indicate how you would leverage their employee evaluations to motivate each of the three employees. Describe one or more of the motivational theories and explain how the theories connect to each of your selected motivational strategies. Team Member Name Summary of Individual Characteristics Motivational Strategy and Action Plan Relevant Theory Christina Salgado Ms. Sanchez is a great hard worker she does keep more to herself, opening more with her co-workers and engage with them she will be able to feel more comfortable speaking her mind. Ms.Sanchez and I went over a plan and that is to be able to speak her mind more in a team meeting where it is only her team mates but also engage more in the next team project that she has been assigned to be apart of and she has agreed.
She has a |Doris copes well with the demands of her job, and because of her|Goal-Setting Theory | | |great attitude and possesses skills of being a team |great personality and people skills, she will be an asset as a | | | |player willing to go the extra mile to accomplish a |leader. Motivational strategy is to provide more leadership | | | |goal. She is a people person and works well with |tasks with increased pay. Doris is satisfied with her job and | | | |others; has compassion for others and is driven; |overall job abilities; however, to continue to motivate and | | |
Servant leaders devote themselves to serving the needs of organization members and focus on meeting the needs of those they lead. By developing employees to bring out the best in them and coaching others to encourage their self-expression, servant leaders strive to facilitate personal growth in all who work with them. For any effective leader, he or she must listen and possess the ability to persuade, grow, and build a strong sense of community, but for the servant leader, these are necessary traits to develop, and demonstrate in one's daily interactions with others. However, it is easy to lose sight of these ideals, especially in an age where profits outweigh people, but servant leaders are able to take a step back, reflect, and put into daily practice these qualities to overcome such hardships and obstacles. Mark 10:43-45 “Not so with you.
It is very important to ensure that all staff members have the necessary skills and have undertaken suitable developmental activities to complete the work they are given. As a manager it is important to look over and carefully calculate the time and cost on a regular basis to make sure it’s cost effective so the organization isn’t losing money. Having regular consultations (meetings, brainstorming sessions, project groups etc.) are also highly expected from a manager as it provides prompt and constructive feedback to the employee. Which will help to suggest improvements that will increase resource efficiency and effectiveness; as employees use resources everyday to get there job done and will know what works and what doesn’t.
By bringing these small successes to their awareness, and helping them to repeat these successful things they do when the problem is not there or less severe, the therapists helps the client move towards the preferred future they have identified. Solution focused work can be seen as a way of working that focuses exclusively or predominantly at two things. 1) Supporting people to explore their preferred futures. 2) Exploring when, where, with whom and how pieces of that preferred future are already happening. While this is often done using a social constructionist perspective the
18 She is persistent and goal orientated. She goes after the things that she wants and attempts to maintain a positive attitude. She may have difficulty managing others, making effective sales presentations, and working on teams. Am I A Deliberate Decision Maker? 26 She does think about her words carefully.
Here are they: * Planning * Organising * Controlling In so doing the team on the other hand will have on opportunity to grow. There are management skills that she also needs to sharpen. * Leadership ability: * Ability to develop people * Communication skills * Interpersonal skills * Delegation The other thing is that she must ensure her project team is effective but facilitating the characteristics on effective project team, which are: * Clearly understanding of the project objective * Clear expectation of roles and responsibilities * Results orientation * High degree of cooperation and collaboration * High level of trust These characteristics exist in each and every member of the team; they just need to be facilitated by the project manager.
What are the major skills Jovita Carranza has demonstrated in her career at UPS that have made her a successful leader? Jovita has shown that she has taken on any opportunity that presented itself to her, while taking the new positions she used it as opportunities to gain better insight into the UPS operations while building on her skills to better position herself for the next opportunity within the company. She epitomizes the A-O-R model, action-observation-reflection model is when a person not only acts but observes and reflects on the new learning and opportunities for improvements on actions that may have not been successful or needed to be altered for a more successful outcome the next time. Ms. Carranza further solidified this by stating, "Sit back and listen and observe", you "learn more by not speaking " (Hughes et all, 2012). Consider the spiral of experience that Jovita Carranza has traveled.
It always a benefit to know your competencies and personal profile cause it helps strengthen your skills that you already have and it help your build for the future in know what you have to do to move forward and be better at what you do. As for me meeting people and helping other is something that I love to do. Being an Administrative Assistant, I meet different ethnicity of people that need assistants with application or information on how to go about getting forms completed. I felt my education goal should be in the area where I meet and help people. I have a weakening of going over and beyond in helping people and I tend to go over and beyond with clients.