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.
I have learnt what inspires a leader, how is a leader shaped, what are difficulties they face, how they overcome it, and how to work in a group. These are important elements for a leader. For me, I will be taking a lot more than just the elements and skills of leadership. I think I learnt what kind of leader would I be if I were in a leadership position during my professional life. As I proceed towards my professional projects I will be using the skills I have acquired from these classes and will be applying them in my professional career.
Whether is about paperwork, assignments or dates in order to show professionalism in everyday life there is a need of meeting time management skil... ... middle of paper ... ...al attempts to tackle my concern about time management skills. Now at the end, I am feeling like I had so much support from so many people and I will feel ashamed if I will fail to show a great improvement of my ability to deal with time. However, I believe that the only way to succeed is to keep practicing. I learned that I always need a well structured action plan in order to be calculated and to solve problems calmly and seriously. Besides, I constantly need to reflect on my mistakes so I can avoid them in the future.
Ntsikelelo Kotoi ASSIGNMENT: LEADERSHIP REFLECTIVE PRACTICE Question 1 Reflect on Key opportunities for development identified over the course of the programme Since the start of the programme, I have identified the following key opportunities which have helped me in the development of my managerial and life skills. The following are the key opportunities identified: Strategic planning and thinking Emotional Leadership Action Learning Group Critical thinking and problem solving Development of professional and personal networks How will I benefits as a leader if I am able to develop the identified Skills and Benefit? STRATEGIC PLANNING AND THINKING a. As a leader the strategic planning has thought me how to become involved in setting
Developing a personal philosophy of education allowed you to increase your being professional by providing a concrete form of reference for reflection, although many years of experience in the fieldwork would definitely help you to improve and enhance your teaching skills. Hence, as an intern, I am embarking on an experience that could change my life. I am investing a lot of time and energy into completing my internship successfully. Part of this program consists also in asking myself a series of questions. For example, about how students learn best and what my goals for my students are.
By doing the assessment quizzes for chapter one, I learned that I have high leadership skills, such as a team building by holding staff meeting and encouraging the team to talk, spokesperson for the team by dealing with upper management on their behalf, coach and motivator with the team by motivating them by implementing them by giving rewards when a job is completed. I also help them by serving as a mentor, to help them grow and develop. But along with these assessments, especially assessment quiz 1-2 it stated that I still need to have more experience as a leader to become an effective leader. Even though I have not done most of the Leadership experience that they listed. I do believe that I am a good leader because of the mentors’ that I had in my past.
This biography as demonstrated that I am thinking critically, and that I am applying theory to practice. It also demonstrated that I am preparing myself for the real fieldwork after graduation, and I am also open to learn new information and adapt to any unchangeable environment I find myself. Having created this biography, I have learned to focus on the clients’ abilities (strengths) as suppose to their disabilities. Further, I realized that they have much potential than people would imagine. • How does this sample relate to your learning in the SSW program?
In my example, when I was given the added responsibility I was not confident of managing the department as that was a new skill for me, in which I was lacking experience, and found very difficult to accept the change. PHASE TWO; DENIAL Adam describes denial as, the stage of denial during which the individual makes his own conclusions about the new situation. I denied the responsibility, as it was completely a new job skill. The staffs in the department and the head of the department encouraged me to take up the added responsibility. They tried to convince me that my work experience in that particular organization as a physiotherapist for few years will help me to do well in documenting and managing the department.
As an individual aspiring to pursue a professional career, I believe that there is a need to enhance my knowledge and sustain skills that I have learned through this course. My current capabilities to achieve professional goals include, taking the responsibility to anticipate change and build on new skills, preparing for additional responsibilities in future roles, and showing excellence in performance through demonstrating enthusiasm and motivation towards organization as well as work. It seems to me that, my commitment and involvement brings out enthusiasm to generalizing concepts and ideas and get focused on the
This course has allowed me to reflect on my current role as an OD professional while also planning for my future success in this same role. Through reading, self assessment, peer review, and daily engagement of the organizational process, this course has been an invaluable learning event from both an academic and professional perspective. My perspective on the organizational development process has changed through an increased awareness of how to “solve[..] problems with S-T-P” (Schmuck, Bell, & Bell, 2012, p.155), an improved understanding of the importance of “goals, roles and procedures” for the examination of organizational conflict (Schmuck, Bell, & Bell, 2012, p.230); and the uses of “classical, complex and special interest OD designs”(Schmuck,