Because Diana is not that self aware she not only ignored the crucial advice that was given to her to succeed, she rationalized the real reason of her been passed up for the first promotion as simply corporate politics.. Not acting on this advice shows her leadership that she is not that ready for change within herself and to grow to the maturity level required for the multi unit management job. Diana’s self management of her emotions was also very subpar. This is evident in how she perceived of her staff and not caring for turnover and of employees not wishing to work under her management style. She was always dismissing advice under her own “justified” guise that her bottom line financial results ensured her continued success and entitlement for further advancement. Also, bursting out into tears during her follow-up interview and leaving rather than soliciting feedback as to why she did not receive the promotion was a clear lack of her own emotional management.
This is quite degrading to women. A woman can maintain a job, raise and provide for a child, all without a man’s help. The fact that a woman like Scarlett, with all her physical and mental capabilities, needs to be protected by a man for a very minor incident compared to other situations she has been in, is very degrading to women. The women in CSI: Las Vegas are very well educated and smart, similar to Scarlett in GI Joe. However, the women’s education and knowledge in CSI is not valued, instead their appearance is foregrounded and highly focused on.
Each of these contributes to holes in the security, bugs and errors and disruption of business practices. The potential risks posed to the organization vary by each of these threats. For malicious security attacks the risks are high. Malicious security attacks pose a direct risk to the everyday processes of an organization. Malicious attacks can be brought on by disgruntled employees that want to get back at the organization by disrupting the flow of operation which causes financial loss for the company.
The new team of managers did not recognise Jillian's special talents and seeing her as a new recruit and a recent graduate they treated her differently and regularly complained about her work results. Jillian became quite depressed but she continued on in her work and tried to accept this change in her life. When the economy took a downturn and despite all her past efforts and achievements, the company chose her for retrenchment. Jillian was devastated. For the first time in her life she found herself without a plan and she found it difficult to accept that even though she was hard working and a high achiever and despite having put a lot of effort and energy in her work, that she would be discarded easily by her new managers.
One of the most effective processes in leadership is the ability to build trust. Because there was no trust many members of the team began to question the plan altogether. Because there was no confidence in her and her plan the members of the team questioned her intentions, decisions and her competence. This was because all the decisions she made had an impact on the team which caused us to be hesitant to her direction and no effort was really put into her plan. Because she was never able to gain any type of trust from the team we implemented the new plan in a way that was very forceful.
However, it was a sad result when his fountain he built was not enough to change the mind of the girl he waited so long for. The beautiful woman ran back to a man of money and prominence because she could not see Viktor as a member of her own “in-group”. In some ways she discriminated and used every excuse as a scapegoat reason for why she and Viktor could not be together. Unfortunately, this small sample is not far from the potential out- group discrimination that has led to racism. Viktor was blessed to not experience this type of bias, as he soon became part of every employee’s “in-group” after he saved the man who needed pills for his
Grace has a lot of way to walk in order to become in a great leader. First of all, I believe she should work in her self-confidence. At some point, I felt she was about to give up trying to lead her own friends because she felt they didn't respect her as a boss. That’s also an immature reaction. Talking about some skills, she need to learns how to differentiate between knowing her coworkers' feelings and control them so the work environment is not affected with the external situation.
If you don't have any values or respect then the people at the work place won't respect you at all causing you or any person to feel uncomfortable and work won't get done because there is no confidence. My values, beliefs system and experiences could have an impact on the work I am doing with residents if I do not Have an awareness of my own values etc. This may be because we find it difficult to accept other people values and beliefs, we might feel that are the right ones and paths they have chosen are the ways to successful rehabilitation. 5. Explain how people may react and respond to receiving constructive feedback (2.2.1) Constructive feedback is feedback that is helpful.
Other nurses and staff members are not this strong, opting to go elsewhere to only do their ‘fair share’. These nurses say that their families deserve their time as well as the patients and they feel that they are unable to equally divide their time with family if they are physically and mentally drained every day. High staffing turnover leaves another problem for the administrator. Making sure not to hire people of a certain character out of desperation is a different type of challenge for the administrator. Those people that are labeled as elder abusers, thieves or predators cannot be a part of the staff in these facilities and must carefully be weeded out of the hiring process.
Case Study 4.1 Diana’s disappointment: The promotion stumbling block Question 1 These are the various factors that I believe led to Diana not being promoted: · Self –awareness: When Diana had not been promoted the first time, she was told by her supervisor that she needed to work on her people skills. During another visit from her supervisor, it was suggested that Diana try to be friendlier and become more approachable to the employees. At that point, Diana should have realized that this is a weakness for her and that her lack of people skills might be the cause of the high turnover in staff she has been experiencing. Since Diana did not take her supervisor’s advice, it would appear to her superiors that she has no intention of changing from her current style of managing; this would cause some concern as Diana would be training new managers. With Diana’s history of poor people skills and large turnover in staff at her own restaurant, her superiors would not want Diana in charge of training the new managers.