Mike McCarthy shows a general satisfaction with job. To increase job satisfaction to above average, management will need to pursue in showing appreciation of Mike's accomplishments at the workplace along with creating advancement opportunities for him. The job satisfaction score on the assessment is only average, it is recommended by management that the employee takes the How Are You Feeling Right Now Assessment. This assessment will identify if the employee has job dissatisfaction or has dissatisfaction of life. By having this assessment, management will be able to further aide in improving job satisfaction by having the necessary information to direct employee in direction of having the best positive results.
Similarly, research on leader-member exchange (LMX) has shown that positive leader-follower work relationships are predictive of work-related outcomes such as job performance, satisfaction with supervisor, commitment, and turnover intentions (Gerstner and Day, 1997)” (Jennifer A. Rooney, 2008). What this means to us is that our actions as managers have been proven to play a major role in these behaviors. Workers do respond to positive input, feeling like part of the team, accepting input and ideas. Participation in general builds positive behavior. Managers need to keep these qualities in mind and find ways they can make these work throughout their work day.
Both Leslie Walker and Frank Thompson exhibited positive emotions in their assessments, which leads to self-confidence, enthusiasm for the job, and willingness to help others. Neutral or negative emotions such as Sandra Wilson may cause stress, unhappiness on the job, depression, and reduced productivity. The additional assessments recommended for Leslie Walker include: What’s My Basic Personality?, How Well Do I Handle Ambiguity?, and How Involved Am I in My Job? Frank Thompsonshould consider taking the: What is My Emotional Intelligence Score? and the Do I Trust Others?
Rewarding for good deeds is using reward power, and punishing for not following direction is coercive power. In the example given the marketing manager is using reward power to inspire employee 1 based on him working harder and extra hours will reflect a greater reward. Legitimate Power Legitimate power is found to be a position one holds in organization. According to Robbins & Judge, 2007) it gives the leader authority to
Some have also attribute traits such as egotism, arrogance, conceit, and narcissism with self-esteem. Self-esteem is actually characterized by tolerance and respect for others, responsibility for their own actions, have integrity, have pride in their accomplishments, are self-motivated, able to handle criticism, being able to love and is loved, seek challenges and stimulation of worthwhile, and take command and control of their lives. These are people that have healthy self-esteem. Low Self-Esteem Typically people with low self-esteem focus on trying to prove themselves, they try to impress others. They may use others for their own gain.
Unit Title: BSBWOR501B: Manage personal work priorities and professional development Activity 1 1 What characteristics do you believe a positive role model in the workplace should demonstrate? I believe the 10 characteristics you do need to be a positive role model are. * Integrity/Honesty * Positive energy * Good work priorities * Courageous (prepared to have ago at something new) * Committed and dedicated hard worker * Can think outside the box * Goal orientation * Can encourage others * Staying level headed * Approachable and a good listener. 2 Describe a person you have looked up to as a positive role model. What qualities in them did you admire?
In this paper the role of personality and job performance is being investigated. Individuals high in conscientiousness are honest, dependable, responsible, self disciplined and achievement oriented (Mount and Barrick 1993; Organ and Konovsky 1996). At Quality Education on many occasion our Manager told us that the tutors are suppose to help the students in face to face interaction, create an environment to get them engaged, and follow rules and adhere to respect organisational properties and resources. In my opinion tutors are suppose to be highly conscientiousness people. Research on the relationship between conscientiousness and job performance suggests that conscientiousness people captures the personal qualities of dependability, achievement striving, competence, and perseverance (Organ and Konovsky 1996, p. 255).
Chapter 1 – Introduction Rewards, Motivation and Job Satisfaction are important and significant variables to the organization success as it is an employee’s attitude towards their job. The higher the job satisfaction, the more the employees will hold a positive attitude towards their jobs. Similarly, the organization will have low turnover rate and better in talent retention. (Sarwar & Abugre, 2013) Therefore, an organization’s strategy is linked to job satisfaction of the employees as it has direct impact on productivity and profitability. (Khalid, et al., 2011) In many organizations, employee turnover is a major issue because of the cost involved with new hiring and training.
Individuals who reinforce some of the good values in life based on truthfulness, sincerity and integrity are observed to be warm, affectionate and friendly towards others. Inner feelings and beliefs affect and influence decision making and relationship towards others. Personal values, such as honesty, reliability, and trust, determine how you will face the world and relate with others. Much of the tension and dispute in the world, I believe is mainly the outcome of deterioration in the values that people all together hold. It can do a great harm to people in particular and society at large to see deterioration in their personal values.
Introduction:- Total Quality Management (TQM) is an approach that organization use to improve their internal processes and increase customer satisfaction when it is properly implemented, this style of management can lead to decreased costs related to corrective or preventative maintenance, better overall performance and an increased number of happy and loyal customers. Quality, considered a key strategic factor in achieving business success, is more than ever required for competing successfully in today’s global market place (Dean & Evans, 1994), and it has become the key slogan as organizations strive for a competitive advantage in markets characterized by liberalization, globalization and knowledgeable customers This paper presents a comparative