The personal plan: * Helps to focus our mind on important tasks * We are less likely to forget to do tasks * Saves time * Helps to decide on priorities * We feel more in control * There is a record of what we have done * There is always something to work on Also creating the personal work plan is important because it allows an employee the opportunity to show a manager how he/she plans to accomplish the things that are being asked of him/her. The plan can help the employee show his/her worth because it quantifies and puts into words the things that the employee does that otherwise might be unnoticed. 2) For a period of 2 weeks keep a personal paper-based or electronic (e.g. personal digital assistant) journal related to your job role. At the end of each day, make entries to answer the following questions: A.
Employees must be able to return to work with the understanding that their work environment will be accepting of their ideas, new skills, and opportunities taken away from the training that was conducted. Managers must motivate employees to use the training recently given. ”Lapses take place when the trainee uses previously learned, less effective capabilities instead of trying to apply the capability emphasized in the training program. Lapses into old behavior and skill patterns are common” (Noe, 2010). Managers and employees need to make sure the most recent training is used and do not get
Supervisors must be able to make sound and accurate judgments that are the overall best decisions for the company (Supervisor Standards, 2007). These decisions are sometimes needed on the spot. The supervisor must show that they can handle making decisions and show they are able to make the right decision. Employees may not always understand why their supervisor made a certain decision, when this occurs animosity may spread throughout the team. This is why it is important for supervisors to explain their reasons for making a certain decisions.
This means that I too provide the necessary tools for my employees to succeed, however, I do follow through to ensure that no employee is falling behind in any of their tasks and responsibilities. I choose to focus on the positives and strengths instead of the negatives and the weaknesses. Many managers in my current firm do not take the proper time to shape their employees to be successful. I believe that the extra time that is spent training each employee, will yield higher and more positive results in the long run. By spending extra time with each employee also shows care and respect for each person.
It is important to remain completely professional at all times because you are performing a duty of care. If a staff member has any issues they should be discussed directly with a manager as soon as possible, so the best standard of work can be carried out. Outcome 2 Be able to reflect on own work activities 1. In my role as a carer it is important to reflect on activities in the work place because we can assess what activities certain service users enjoyed or didn’t enjoy, and that helps create more suitable activities for the service users in the future, experiencing different activities can teach me new skills like how to work with service users that have less mobility, or have difficulty understanding complicated tasks. Reflecting on
By assigning managers under Dalman and Lei’s level, the self managed teams would be better equipped to handle daily activates. This would involve training the self managed teams to better plan and determine what type of training would help them manage their daily responsibilities. Once the self managed teams are trained and assigned the ultimate goal would be to reduce Dalman’s involvement in having to go visit the operating locations and addressing manager operation concerns, and Lei would be able to completely concentrate on the financial matters of the company without being disturbed. Dalman and Lei can train the self managed team on monitoring and implementing the company’s policy so that each employee can understand what they are supposed to do and also know the positives and negatives of the company. Another way a self managed team at Sandwich Blitz can help increase team productivity, such as having the team members cross trained to do various jobs.
Decision making with your employees will let them gain respect for the leader and become more determined. This style will bring strength between you and your employees. Laissez-Faire-This style is used when the leader is lazy or distracted, it’s more of a you do what you want style. This style can be used when the team is highly capable and motivated, it’s when the team doesn’t need close monitoring or supervision. This style can cause failure when the leader expects the group to make the decision between themselves when they are un sure about what they need to achieve and how they need to accomplish the task.
If something is not the way a customer wanted it to be, we try our best to accommodate the customer. Rather than being hostile, this company embraces correction and uses it as a learning tool. Being precise about what will be provided is key to reducing complaints. During operations managers will always be on site. That manager and key staff member will asked the customer before, during and after the event is there anything they would like to change.
For example two employees will be given a situation where one employee will be required to enact a customer and other will play the role of employee. By enacting the two parties the employees will understand the actual situation that they will have to face while working in the organization. By continuously practicing the different situations the employees will be able to understand their jobs better and provide better services to the customers. Moreover continuous practice before the actual job will prepare them to handle different situations in the
This is not an effective way to get the best result from a team, but it has some advantages in situations where there is pressure to get the task done, like in the armed forces. This leadership style may use threats or intimidation to make sure that subordinates do what the leader requires. This could bring down subordinates by ignoring their knowledge and input. The leader monitors the work and each individual's performance; which is good to make sure that everyone is working. People are motivated by being rewarded; this brings encouragement helping the person who has done well do a better job and help them achieve more in the job.