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.
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.
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.
A team leader is more than just a point of contact for suggestions or queries. His or her responsibilities cover a wide spectrum, serving a useful function for both higher management and team members alike. Their duties are diverse, ranging from maintaining employee morale to making decisions to help further the business. Communication A good team leader will communicate the company's vision and objectives to the team, making sure that they do so clearly, ensuring that everybody understands their individual roles and responsibilities. It is also a responsibility of the team leader to create an atmosphere of trust and open communication, through improving team spirit.
Megan Hawkins Management 5590 Case 2.1 March 22, 2014 1) I’m not used to nurses, but I am used to socializing new hires in my field of work and therefore, I would start it all in the interview process. They need to have realistic expectations for the culture and environment they will be working in, but also how to proceed from there. Then, I would have a structured training program to build them into our training culture, including a type of mentorship between seniority and new hires. I really love including the idea of on-site daycare for busy moms on the go, excellent health care benefits, potluck events, annual dinners in honor of the staff, and of course offering educational and professional development classes. I think all of
| Recognizing Employee Contributions | HRM 500 Assignment 4 | | Sherry Jackson | 12/14/2014 | As an HR professional in today’s world businesses are required to create a continuous positive atmosphere. Ensuring that the right people are in the right position is a key component of the job. The challenges faced by HR professionals within this organization are important dimensions. The policies, practices, and systems that influence employees ‘behavior, attitudes, and performance as well as the employees pay is important to retain good employees. Many companies refer to HRM as involving “people practices.” HR professionals should emphasize that there are several important HRM practices that should support the organization’s business strategy: analyzing work and designing jobs, determining how many employees with specific knowledge and skills are needed (human resource planning), attracting potential employees (recruiting), choosing employees (selection), teaching employees how to perform their jobs and preparing them for the future (training and development), evaluating their performance (performance management), rewarding employees (compensation), and creating a positive work environment (employee relations).
You can use constructive feed back to build on use it as a tool not a negative. Work as part of a team; keep calm listen and respect, the people you are working with. Your past experiences can also help, and using your own initiative being positive. Appraisals are good way to receive constructive feedback, this will show your strengths and weakness, you might need more training on your moving and handling as you are not using the equipment properly. I receive positive feedback from my manager, she had over heard me talking to a service user who was being challenging with me, she explained she was very happy with the way I dealt with the situation calmed things down before they became worst.
Evaluating the steps an organization can take to improve skills of its employees * The achievement in any business is contingent on exactly how good your personnel are skilled. Skills for example, communication is quite essential to any organization. If its employees have acquired and implemented more skills within their work, it will obviously be better for the business, in terms of productivity, efficiency, success and revenue. It is very essential for staff to have adequate communication skills, due to the fact it’ll maintain the flow of the business, productivity, and extra participation and involvement for the employees which will allow them to interact with each other which will eventually result in better propositions and outcomes for the business. * In addition, supposedly if staff are having difficulties during communicational activities and processes, it is possible for them to attend and be a part of training programs after work hours, and if any sufficient improvement is made, employees it will be very profitable when working with colleagues and customers which will ensure everything is very understandable and no confusion is cause.
By applying my personal values, and my beliefs that the ethical conduct should be directed toward to achieve the good for the organization (KFF), I will encourage the employees and motivate them to work all together for the best of all (organization as a whole). I will develop rules of ethical conduct for the employees to follow in order to achieve what is the best for the customers, and the organization. However, I will create a pleasant environment at the workplace, where the employees enjoy learning and working together for the betterment of KFF. My main goal would be to achieve measurable results. As a manager, my key concepts would be improvement, efficiency, productivity, effectiveness, and greatest good for greatest number of persons.
Without a performance plan it is difficult for an organisation to meet it strategic objectives. The performance plan provides clarity & direction so all employees are working towards the same outcome as directed by the organisation. This is why it is important to develop & implement a performance management system that encourage staff & motivate high level performance. It must address role clarity by modifying and enriching their job, support & training to create new & improved skills, address communication by feedback, career development and a reward system. All this helps keep an employee on track to achieve aligned targets set in collaboration to company goals & strategies.