The following paper focuses on developing a learning journal for the self-analysis. It is indeed very useful for the future managers and the leaders to develop certain leadership skills out of their self-assessment. This is because the leaders are the faces of an organization and they must represent themselves on behalf of the company. The leaders in the organizations of the present era needs to develop many skills because they belong to a certain group of persons who have the decision-making powers and the leadership skills they choose to run the organization (Pillai, 2000). Their own motives and point of views have a lot of significance in the path the organization will thrive to move.
If you cannot work as a team in this field then it will not be successful. I also found the leadership components in this class. As I mentioned earlier my goal is to continue on into administration and these leadership traits will be a great thing to have under my belt. Overall I think this class was very interesting and informative and I plan to use the things I have learned in my career and in the rest of my life. References DuBrin , A.
In the professional life, I am prepare in leadership skills, have become a better communicator in person and on paper. I learn to think critical, learn to better understand others, and make more precise decisions and able to look at my own self. Overall, the internship was unique experience and it allows me to experience students on a different level. I learn from supervisor, staff, and students. The internship allows me to focus on gaining important skills on working responsible and communicating with others.
These various experience have allowed me to again take inventory of my abilities as a coach and access any relevant gaps in the way I am currently coaching in comparison with the coach I aspire to become. The following will explore the necessity of developing others, the value of coaching from a strength-based approach, the importance of good communication skills, and action items for my continued improvement as a leader/coach. Developing Others “The goal is to begin building leaders to take your place someday-to build leaders wh... ... middle of paper ... ...ery. I have learned things about the way I coach that have allowed for a great deal of insight. I was glad that I scored the way I did on the Coaching Process Questionnaire, I was upset with myself because I did not feel as if I adequately prepared for my coach a fellow learner session, and I was surprised at the length by which a fellow coach will go to get through to his client.
When looking at an team objective with a clear focus I can manage the people , the team and resources by knowing what I have got and how best to use... ... middle of paper ... ...onal style and I think that through flexibly adopting other leadership styles such as democratic, paternalistic , authoritarian , transactional and lassie faire I can learn to propel staff who doubt the team or don't understand or don’t' care enough to still give enough effort to get the task done. By achieving tasks through teams, more individuals can be turned into committed team members and leaders themselves. Collaboration with other people , teams and organisations can help my team assess and meet our needs and how best to address them while using less or different resources to do so. Challenging situations sometimes call for tough decisions, by becoming a stronger leader who is not afraid to take risks I can help my team embrace change and remain motivated , committed, confident of our future success and willing to rise to new challenges in innovative ways.
The first recommendation that I would address using the Transformational Leadership Theory is Time Management. I want to continue to work with my employees and motivate them to go above and beyond in helping our customers achieve their goals while doing a better job of completing my tasks on time. In order to reach this goal, I must partake in time management classes and/or workshops. By learning the art of managing time, I should be able to balance my work load, while leading and inspiring my employees. The impact on me taking time management classes, will not only improve my performance, but I can also assist my staff in coaching them on how to manage their
Lynn Britton story has influence me to keep practicing leadership. Mr. Britton gave me a understanding of how a leader could get things done by taking action. I feel as though I model the way for many people throughout everyday life on and off the field. I model the way by making wise choices that I know will affects others to want better themselves. Britton stories leaning towards modeling the way motivates me to make my team better so we can all accomplish our common goal.
It has taught me how to manage my time better; a skill that always needs to be refined. Most of all, it has taught me to deal with and not just overcome, but also learn from failure. As an organizational-level leader, sometimes I will have to make the unpopular decision for the staff, but that decision will always be for the good of them. It may also be a decision on how I am managing the staff’s time. Most of all, it will help me in teaching my subordinates how to deal with and learn from failure.
I begin to panic and look for SMART goals in the glove compartment but find it empty because I have not made any recent ones. For the first time in my life I feel lost. A strength that I learned stated on the Myers-Briggs assessment is that I am an innovative thinker and excellent problem solver. I find this to be tr... ... middle of paper ... ... something, but until I begin the activity do I really understand. Knowing this information is valuable to me because now that I know my style and the different styles of learning, I can be a much more effective communicator and manager by teaching subordinates in their style of learning.
I need to be open to more creative thoughts and ideals. “The key to success is to risk thinking unconventional thoughts. Convention is the enemy of progress” (Trevor Bayliss, nd). I work with employees with a lot of creativity, years of experience, and who work with their students every day. The teachers know what will work best, or how to handle a behavioral problem, or deal with a parent in a different way, because they have built a partnership with them.