By building this culture and rapport with employees builds a support system and increases performance and productivity. This also creates a sense of loyalty from employees and allows change to come without a lot of fight from inside different departments. This allows the company to stay competitive and fresh based on the openness of the management with employees. Failure to share ideas and knowledge within the team will cause the company or organization to suffer because of lack of support within the working groups of the business. Communication is a key factor to the success of any organization as well as training to reinforce the coming change.
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.
As part of his vision for the business, he focused on re-allocating resources and activities for key positions. He wanted for the employees to concentrate in activities that could transmit advantages that the company could offer to their customers by working and growing together. One of the key positions is the Account Manager; they were responsible to build relationships with software developers and vendors but also to work very close with customers and helping and encouraging them to create value together. Li is a promising account manager and even though he’s been in the company for a short period, his performance on creating relationships with top management had been so far very productive. He has recently been working very hard on a project to help software developers to help them run their business but overtime this project has become more and more complex.
Continual professional development is important for my career as I feel that it increases my employability, and also helps me progress with better prospects and to hopefully gain future promotion. As a senior carer I am responsible for others this includes Staff, service users, visitors that come on site including contractors and other professionals, so it is very important to me that I am knowledgeable and effective in my role. 1.2 Analyse potential barriers to professional development Potential barriers to continuing professional development could be • Lack of budget from the organisation – an adequate training budget should be in place and agreed each year to keep up to date with on-going and new training courses. • Lack of supportive staff – staff that are only concerned with earning their wage each month without caring about the knowledge and training to care for service users properly. • No time to train – adequate time needs to be set aside for each staff member so that they understand and are confident it what they are learning.
These occupations can involve leading people and making many decisions.” I believe that my strengths can help me achieve this goal. Although taking the initiative to lead people is one of my strongest points, I am also capable and willing to cooperate with my team for the benefit of our project as a whole. Personally, I value the relationship of my co-workers because without them I could not achieve the accomplishment of a finished job. When working in a group large or small, there comes a time when we will not all agree on certain items. Just like in any relationship personal or professional, we will have to learn to compromise.
I have always had various interests in different things. And this work was rewarding in a way that at the end of the day it brought me inner satisfaction of steering peoples beliefs into something better, hence the reward made me excel in it. I do (in my personal life and work) use my resources very well and don’t let negative situations get me. The reason I didn’t score well in Humanistic Encouraging section is maybe because I learned how to talk about leadership and what leadership but I didn’t pay much attention to people who were actually around me or maybe to myself first. I can recall situations where I was friendly and was being able to sustain a healthy relationship with friends and coordinates; I wasn’t able to support them fully.
I view myself as a very honest, strong and sensible person when it comes to both at work everyday life and academic environments. Which I learned this behavior from my parents in my younger childhood days. I was always taught this saying, “Treat others the way you expect to be treated.” So senses then I have always treated others equally. My ethical I have gained through my life experiences I will include my personal behaviors, respect, commitment, accountability, values, and caring into every aspect in life. I will always conduct myself at a point of mortality and ethics as it is measured by code of conduct both at work and in everyday life, and how I will conduct myself in a professional manner to be supportive with co-workers and fellow students while in school.
We strongly believe that each one will have a good future. We also tend to look at things and situations from a positive point of view. Seventh, my family possesses encouragement. Everybody backs up the other. My parents always feed us with the best encouraging words for us to work the hardest way.
This open line of communicating is the primary success behind this group of members. They all feel valued and have equal ownership of the house and business. Each member has a better understanding of others, and that has almost stopped the personal arguments between them. Most importantly they don't mind picking up the slack if another member has a personal issue going on or a medical emergency. The fact that they can sit down and have effective communication between themselves is a great feeling for everyone
* I am a forgiving and patient person, which I think is what you need to work in this sector. As some off the members can take a long time to process the task in front off them. So all in all I believe I may have faults but I think my strengths out way