Unit 154 outcome 5.1 5.2 5.3 The role of stakeholders in coaching and mentoring is crucial for managers to see the value and understand the importance of developing individuals, teams and the overall organisation. The primary relationship in any coaching or mentoring scheme is between the coach/mentor and the individual, but this may not be the only important relationship. Other key stakeholders such as the people representing the organisation’s interests, in most cases an HR and/or learning and development practitioner, and the individual’s manager. All of these parties are interested in improving the individual’s performance and therefore their contribution to the organisation. Most facilitated mentoring programmes have a formal process which defines each step and audits the ongoing success of the program.
Input from team members opens up a wider range of options and ideas which can be applied to problem solving. It is, however, important that some form of coordination and cooperation exist and that team members accept different roles in different situations, with the object of fulfilling team rather than individual needs. In other words, teams work well when everyone is prepared to listen to and respect others, to contribute when required and to follow the appropriate leadership at the time. In an effective team we cannot all be leaders at the same time or even leaders all of the time. In order to operate effectively and to achieve results there must be clear objectives, supported by clear and cooperative communication between all team members.
Managing Time- A leader should be able to identify and differentiate between urgent and important issues. Sometimes a task maybe important but not urgent, while other times it can be urgent but not important. A leader is responsible to manage the flow of day to day operations and meet deadlines. Communicating Effectively – Being the main channel of communication between the team and the organisation, Leaders must possess outstanding communication skills in order to exchange information between team members on goal setting, task assignments, work scheduling, problem solving, providing constructive feedback, praise, discussions, addressing conflicts etc. A good leader should lead by asking questions, listening, and facilitating constructive communication to build trust and respect.
Each person must be willing to be a part of the team, no superstar attitudes. They also recognize that there is a leader they put trust and confidence in. They trust that leader to help the team reach their goal. When differences arise they know how to quickly get past trivial issues and focus on the bigger problem. Great teams also know their strengths and weaknesses and can complement each other to achieve results and reach the goals they are going after.
This paper will go over these different roles one by one and describe each role and their responsibility to the team. It is very important to know your role when working in a team. When people don’t know their roles it makes for a frustrating and anxious team. Whatever role has been given it is very important that each member feel satisfied and knowledgeable of their role. It is also very important that every team member be involved in every area of research, writing, and presentation of the paper.
1. Outline the role of the team leader Leadership can be hard to define and it means different things to different people. Team leaders serve various roles in an organization but their main role is to lead a group of people in order to achieve a set goal, help to provide the best services with the use of available resources. To be able to achieve aims of the organisation people must be committed to work and willing to give their time and energy to something that they believe in. The role of the team leader is to motivate people to effective and hard work to the highest standards by promoting positive teamwork and by acknowledging their efforts.
An employee also needs to develop the capacity or the skills to perform or work. Another important aspect of performance management is to periodically rate the performance of each and every employee or team member. A good way to keep employees motivated and performing well is to reward the good performance of each employee who does well. Planning work for any organization is very important. It is very important for the work to be planned out in advance to ensure success.
In the “Norming” stage of development, team is perfect performance by everyone realizes their part and assignment, but the team also needs suggestion to head to achievement. So the team should have leader. The primary problem is team lacking of communication between leader and member, it also affects the provided data. So, everyone is part of team and having the same goal, the leader can guide and help member by having the knowledge of the stages of group development. Everyone has to realize and perceive the importance of team when working together and mix individual personalities and adapt themselves for participating in group in order to build terrific collaboration, make good relationship and nice atmosphere for performing, and be able to control and affection.
a group to accomplish specific tasks. The art of patience and cooperation are key factors that are found to be essential for leadership positions in JROTC for the purpose of making sure that each subordinate is able to make a contribution to the team to achieve a goal. Learning how to distin- guish the difference between “leading” and “controlling” separates the competent leaders from the incompetent ones. The skill of taking heed to what will benefit “the group” than “oneself” is a belief that epitomizes leadership and brings success and respect from others. In the ever-changing world we live in, the JROTC program gives positives contributions to society for our youth.
Project 1 A work plan is an outline of a set of goals and targets by which a team and/or person can accomplish those goals, giving the person a better understanding of the extent of the project. Work plans are a great tool as it helps you stay organized while working on projects. Through work plans, you break down a process into small, achievable tasks and identify the things you want to accomplish. It is vital to have time frames on each goal as it helps you work towards the goal quicker and more efficiently; giving you a time of when it needs to be completed by will not only help the organization but yourself. It is very important to ensure that all staff members have the necessary skills and have undertaken suitable developmental activities to complete the work they are given.