One of my strengths includes leading by example and earning the respect and loyalty of my team members. Assigned goals are achieved by employees who match the same efforts demonstrated by their fearless leader. Every team member is treated with respect and is a valued team player. This type of management style boosts confidence and increases the drive to succeed. Team members are eager to satisfy assigned tasks given from a leader who supports and assists their efforts.
Excellent working relationships and good communication can make it rewarding to all team members and achieve job satisfaction for all. This
Ultimate responsibility is taken by the leader which means that they will be close enough to all activities to know what is going on on the ground. It will also increase the productivity of the team and ensure that they are on schedule; problems can be identified and rectified speedily. The Autocratic leader make decision’s independently of their staff and team members, reducing any delay in the decision making process. Deadlines are met, and jobs get completed efficiently. Although this style is very effective, it is authoritarian in its approach.
Example: Never exaggerate your contribution to the team. Don’t pick and choose on the work that you are willing to do. Always put your priorities in the right place. Polite A person’s behavior that is respectful and considerate of other people. Example: Always greet with everyone.
Delivering Results is also a stronger competency according to my assessment. I thrive on knowing someone is depended on be to deliver the results. I feel I am a very hard worker; I enjoy being innovative and finding creative solutions that are out of the box. The results of this activity reinforce that I have a good base skill set for the position at work I am working toward but now I know
• Uncompromising Integrity – Must be consistent throughout all aspects of a leader’s life. • Goal Oriented – Able to see the bigger picture and able to set goals to achieve by certain dates. • Committed and dedicated hard worker – The leader puts just as much if not more effort into work as they expect from their team. • Level headed – An effective leader will be able to manage emotions and make the right decision not being swayed by emotions • Good at working priorities – there is a difference between just being able to prioritise and actioning those priorities. An effective leader will do both.
She has given me feedback on my performance, and highlighted future training events that I may find beneficial. Having supervisions with team leaders, getting guidence on areas I could improve or areas where I work well in. 3.1 Personal development plan can be defined as the development of the skill of a person which is very much important for personal career and also professional career of that person. This plan also indicates to the advancement of the personality of individual person. It helps a person to make him capable and confident in his profession.
I tend to have a positive attitude in my personal and work life. This has helped me work through difficult situations in both areas in my life. The text also mentions that an optimistic mind set is essential for a successful leader. 2. I’m naturally open to new experiences in all aspects of life therefore if a new procedure is asked to be followed at work I tend to look for the positive in every new experience.
Bringing me to the point that, “Groups work best when they have identified a clear, elevating goal that unites their problem-solving effort” (Beebe, 2013, p. 253). Leadership played a big role. It kept us on track and helped everything run as smoothly as possible despite the various situations we ran
I am able to undertake new duties through improvement, which makes my role more varied and interesting. There is also the chance that professional development may lead to promotion. During supervisions of staff I can relay important information that I have acquired and give examples of good practice. This helps to ensure that staff maintain a high level of support for individuals within the care of the organisation. Due to the fact that I liaise with parents, carers, social workers and other external agencies, it is essential that my knowledge is up to date and relevant in order to maintain professionalism and communicate appropriately.