I feel managers should be willing to coach people when necessary to raise them to a higher standard. I’ve witnessed good leaders at my job give great instructions and guidance and made employees feel comfortable enough to come to them for any type of question or concern. You should always be ready to provide direction when needed to ensure that everyone is on the same page. A good leader... ... middle of paper ... ...est for the entire office. I don’t believe all bad bosses are necessarily bad people but I think they lack leadership skills that could help them and employees trust the situation or help productivity.
This has been a bothersome emotion I have been dealing with and I need to change the emotion for the best. I will feel more professional and can conduct myself and not have to worry about using profanity in any setting. Phase I Qualitative Behavior This behavior is something that I would really like to change because sometimes I do not even notice that I’m using profanity. It happens more when I’m with my friends and they notice whenever I swear, but that’s because I mainly picked it up from them; but my parents tell me when they do hear me, to clean up my language. It makes me feel ashamed; my parents raised me in an environment where I can be a professional person in everything that I do.
Good leaders acknowledge when work tasks are difficult or frustrating but don’t let it bring them or their team down because they are able to envision and convey the reason for what they’re doing. They can deploy humor, including dark humor, to lighten the mood even when things are not going well. Even in the face of challenges, good leaders will keep a positive outlook. Above all, they will lead by positive example. The most effective leaders must create and exemplify a culture where doing the best work and going above and beyond even when confronted by obstacles is the norm
As a consequence, they may try to sabotage my efforts. To avoid this in the future, I will not show special treatment to superiors. I will remain committed to my core values and being a team player. A U.S. News Weekly article explains that “You are not doing this to pleasure your boss rather you are doing this to help your team and your organization. When you help the team, you are helping your boss.” Gaining the trust and respect of everyone in the organization, not just my boss, will strengthen my credibility in the workplace.
This course has assisted me tremendously in my pursuit to be the best I can be managerially. At the beginning of this course... ... middle of paper ... ...e my employees to do the best they can so that together we can all accomplish the tasks that are put before us. The relationships that I obtain with my employees are some of the most rewarding parts of my job, and it literally hurts me emotionally when that relationship is not on good terms. I have always been a people person, and that helps tremendously when I am in a leadership position because it allows me to give a good first impression on people so that they can learn to like me before they learn to respect me. As a manager in the future I hope to be able to have the same relationships with my future employees as I do with the employees that I have now.
Managers need to delegate the right information to the right people and let those employees shine. Stephen Comiskey once stated, “You can delegate authority, but not responsibility.” When used properly, delegation can be a great tool for both managers and employees. Managers and employees working together to get tasks done are more efficient and work better as a team. It takes time and effort to develop a good system of delegation, but the end result can help you in your career and confidence level. During my Air Force career, I learned a lot about delegation.
He wouldn't let off of it at all. It took the manager of the job I was working at to directly call him out in front of every employee including myself to simply inform him that he wasn’t as great as he thought he was. We as a society, myself included, have been conditioned to have affection need regarding superiors; especially when we are a job prospect. We are quick to say our pleases, thanks, and show our manners when we are a job candidate to the employer. I have also experienced first hand issues with my affection need with my family as I didn't really get tons of affection from my family.
Try to avoid your own pre-conceived notions about the employee. It is important to establish guidelines before conducting a kind of formal meeting between employees, and have both employees agree the guidelines. Also have them agree hear out the other person and try to see things from their perspective. The goal of any manager is to facilitate the discussion and pinpoint the issues causing the conflict so that both employees can resolve the issue between themselves. Do not leave the issue unresolved and in limbo as taking too long to make a decision can have a reverse effect and damage your credibility.
They also tend to overemphasize sanctions as a way of forcing compliance” (Hamel, 2012, p.247). Hamel provides some examples to encourage people work without hierarchies and explains the leaders should tread employees as adults, which means give their employees some more space. “Yet organizational resilience depends critically on a high-trust, low-fear culture. In such an environment, risk taking is encouraged, information is broadly shared, and contentious opinions freely ... ... middle of paper ... ... my future career path, and my life. For individuals, I found my “dirty little secret” and find the solution way; for my current work and studying, I learned how to find a solution to solve problem and how to develop a good relationship in one organization; for my future career path, I will being a love and democratic employee to make a contribute to my company.
In my current position in my work, not just we are required by the law to be honest and having and integrity helps a great deal to do my job a great many easier. I work on one on one setting and my clients or customers, having integrity doing the right thing is always the priority event know one’s looking. My customers always expect me to tell them the truth and give them educated advice. Of course, doing the right thing in my business sometimes can cause me to lose a customer. However, in my options I rather loss a customer than compromise my integrity.