Understand how to establish an effective team. AC. 1.1 The benefits of effective working relationship in developing and maintaining the team Establishing and maintaining good work relationships critical to business success. It is important that good relationships exist between the team members and between the team and the manager. Good working relationship can benefits of more effective team work and improved morale by • Good communication between team and manager-this ensure that information is passed in to all members.
Career Plan Building Activity: Work Culture Preferences BCOM275 – Business Communications and Critical Thinking October 22, 2013 Aaron Francesconi The workplace culture is important to one’s professional successes. Companies similar in cultural preferences are what many individuals pursue when seeking gainful employment. Employees are more productive when they are working within a company best suited for that individual. The workplace culture preferences reflect the ideal type of culture I am comfortable. Those preferences are High Powered, Well Resourced, and Teamwork Centered.
They also allow the care worker to feel supported in their day to day activities and can help in staff retention and recruitment, by fostering a happy workplace. Effective supervisions should always benefit all shareholders, the service user, worked, supervisor and the organisation as a whole. Supervisions can be carried out by either an accountable supervisor, known as “Managerial Supervision”, which can be used to review past performance in a more formal manner, with the ability to set time sensitive improvements and targets, and also identify training needs. The other options are to have peer reviewed supervisions, where more reflection is encouraged in a side by side look back at previous works, to allow changes in working practices and personal development. In a care home environment, the CQC requires that 6 formal supervisions are carried out annually per care worker.
1.1 Explain the purpose of supporting other people at work. When working as a team, you have to contribute to the overall success of the organization. You have to keep in mind the company’s overall objectives even if you work for a particular department, because you are one among the many people in the organization. Each individual has to bear in mind to work together with unity, support each other and take the job as your own. Team work is much more rewarding that individual work, where you put yourself in other people’s place and think why it was done, and why they thought so.
By applying the KSAO (knowledge, skill, ability, and other characteristics) needed to perform the job effectively and more efficiently. By developing talent within, allows Tanglewood to hold on to one part of their mission statement that states “we are committed as a company to providing maximum value to our customers, shareholders, and employees.” Also by sticking to develop talent this method also allows Tanglewood to continue to steadfast to another part of their mission statement that states, “We will accomplish this goal by adhering to the core values of responsible financial management, clear and honest communication, and always keeping performance and customer service.” According to an article in Business Weekly, “Tanglewood really needs to slow down and take a hard look at our corporate culture. Right now we need to consolidate and make sure we’re as close to the company’s original mission as we can be. Our success
In supervision the mangers role is to: • Ensure policies and procedures are followed • Maintain clarity about job roles, responsibilities and accountabilities. • Develop the worker as a professional person • Review objectives and priorities for work and record their progress • Monitor and regulate their work load • Develop their effectiveness. A managers a required to take supervision to meet the standards set by the a General Social Council which give clear direction to the code of practice which is set to improve the quality of work delivered and achieve the objectives and outcomes. Ryan (2004) puts it well “supervision” she writes is an inquiry into practice.it is a compassionate appreciative inquiry …In supervision we re-write the stories of our own practice... Supervision interrupts practice .It wakes us up to what we are doing.
Job Redesign and Workplace Rewards Assessment Angel Ralston PSY/320 November 19, 2012 Debra Julian Abstract. Motivation with-in an organization is crucial to the success of the organization and the personal success of the employee. Understanding the process in which an organization sets goals, gives rewards, performs employee evaluations can make an organization grow as well as keep up a good performance reputation. Setting goals can have an impact on workplace productivity in a positive and a negative way. Rewards that are given for quality performance helps an individual be able to assess themselves, helping them be able to have job satisfaction along with personal growth.
What makes a good role model and how do I ensure that I acted as a role model for employees I supervise? A role model is a person whom people look up to and admire. They display certain qualities and behaviors to learn from. Qualities of a good role model in the workplace is respect of others, dedication to their job; shown by their hard work and success, listening to people without judgment, giving credit where credit is due, provides a positive and encouraging work environment, uses realistic and rational thought in decision making and allows others to provide their point of view. To be a good role model in the workplace to employees I manage I can firstly take on the attitude of leading by example; by doing this I will gain respect I require from my employees.
The main purpose of a performance appraisal system is to motivate employees to produce more and good quality work. Performance appraisal can be a necessary element for career development. Defining employees performance targets can also benefit an organization. They will ensure all employees understand what the organization expect of them. By
They have recognized the importance of creating a culture that includes accountability. The organization creates the culture of accountability therefore the employees understand they must work as a team to ensure the organization as a whole is successful. The employees that are self sufficient and self motivated seem to contribute more to the culture of the organization. The culture being set in place sets the tone for the organization’s management and the frontline employees. This culture may also build a positive rapport between the organization and employees that will produce a positive culture.