Motivation Plan Deborah S. Glispie LDR/531 6/09/2014 Brandon Johnson Motivation Plan Motivation is a key factor necessary to maximize team productivity and efficiency. The success of a motivated team is dependent on how well individual team members are motivated and the blending of their personalities. The application of each team members DISC assessment provides management with reliable data that is necessary for creating, developing, and motivating a team. The DISC assessment evaluation of each member of Team B provides a structured platform to develop a motivational plan that will meet the demands necessary to manage different personality styles in the work environment. The motivation plan is specifically designed for the Employment Verification Division (EVD).
Organizations and businesses that promote teamwork create environments that lead groups to greater productivity, creativity, and a feeling of ownership (Finch, 2007). Developing effective teams and groups would begin with setting a clear goal that communicates the clarity of a common purpose and direction. Teams that pursue one goal at a time increase their chances of success than teams that have several agendas in place at the same time. A manager should consider the skills a team member brings to the table when putting a team together. In addition, they should group the team members according to their specific skills, and play the role needed to accomplish a particular project.
CU1676- Facilitate Person-Centred Assessment. The Holistic approach is important in going forward the way service users are assessed and implementing the planning for an individual support package. The individual is looked at in every aspect. This helps in finding the needs of the individual more clearly and also highlights any additional areas that may need to be examined/discussed further. With the Holistic approach it means to look at the whole person.
Management reason for their selection of these employees was based on the following: capabilities, traits, roles each member has. By being part of a team, each selected person will have an advantage in working in a team environment, helps in confidence building and communication. The plan emphasis on key elements which contribute to the team learning the process for building a successful team. The paramount strategy is determining plan and purpose. We will need the team to develop their mission statement, goals, and how they will achieve the team
3. Implications of role ambiguity within a team framework and with regard to the following are: • Task achievement - No significant task can be accomplished without the help of other members. • Team cohesion - Within the team, members typically specialise in different tasks. The point of a team is that each individual in the team brings a range of skills, knowledge, attitudes, aptitudes, personalities and priorities to the team. • Personal achievement - The success of every individual is extricable bound to the success of the whole team.
SAT2 Leadership Task 2C Evaluation of Team Performance The evaluation of Team Get It Done will summarize the teamâ€™s goals. Motivation strategies, Influencing strategies, communication plans, conflict resolution tactics and methods we could have used for improving the team process and function. The mentioned areas of concentration will be evaluated to determine how effective and efficient the Get It Done team performed in the development and execution of the Leadership Handbook presentation. C1. : Team Get It Doneâ€™s goals were: 1.
Education, training, and incentives provide a basis for developing an environment to promote teams and teamwork (Taplin, Foster, & Shortell 2013). Education and training programs that emphasize collaborative care and team building are essential. Also, organizational leaders need to highly value this training and the concept of interprofessional collaborations. This can partly be accomplished during the hiring process by stressing team and teamwork values to prospective hires (Taplin, Foster, & Shortell 2013). Continuing training and coaching as collaborations work can provide encouragement during the process.
Identify two or more specific influence strategies or theories that were agreed to in the team contract. a. Analyze how effectively your team utilized the identified strategies or theories to exert influence over the team outcomes or deliverables, OR, if your team did not use one of the strategies or theories, provide a brief discussion on how your team could have used each strategy or theory to improve team performance. 4. Discuss the effectiveness of your team’s communication plan as written in the Team Contract, referencing examples from the team experience. 5.
Burke have five elements of the dramatistic pentab that he claims are part of the “human drama” in a speech. These five elements are; act, scene, agent, agency, and purpose (Griffin, 2006). Using these terms a critic is able to tell what the motive is behind a particular speech, generally persuasive. By looking at these five elements, a person is able to understand how the speaker is persuading the audience. The act of the “drama” or speech is what was actually done with the speech, or the event of the speech.
Conscientiousness has correlations measure in research towards job performance and how the trait evolved through the derivative form of its own-self the Conscience. Conscientiousness also plays a great role in my personal life and can help further explain my personality and how it affects the people around me. TRAIT DEFINITION: Researchers have broadly viewed conscientiousness by many ways. The Big Five/The Factor Five Theory which was put together by psychologists/researchers who felt that a person’s personality have five basic type traits; which consists of, Extraversion, Neuroticism, Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, and Intellect. In this particular theory, Conscientiousness is part of agreeableness and that the factor trait impulsiveness, and that conscientiousness is a planful, persistent, focused orientation toward life’s activities.