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In teams, or as directed by your instructor, define or indicate if your organisation has readily identifiable objectives, values and standards and they are part of the organisation's strategic direction?
Using workplace examples, in teams or as directed by the instructor, complete the following:
What is the importance of stating clear expectations of internal groups and individuals?
Answer: Expectations are important in every single relationship and mismanaged or poorly communicated expectations often create conflict and dysfunction inside of relationships. By Setting clear expectations of the internal group can help avoiding miscommunication and frustration for members and leaders alike.
How would you explain the expectations, in a manner which builds commitment to the organisation?
Answer: An expectation is a belief about what might happen in the future. An expectation must be clear and stratified that can help in building the commitment of an organization (Sullivan and Garland, 2010).
Provide expectations and issues involved for the examples provided below.
In teams, or as directed by the instructor, explain your views or provide examples from your workplace on communicating results of incidents to relevant groups and individuals.
In groups, or as directed by the instructor, complete the following:
Reflect on your workplace for examples or reference.
Describe in your own words what you understand by the term ‘globalisation’?
Answer: Globalization is the increasing interaction of people through the growth of the international flow of money, ideas and culture. Globalization is primarily an economic process of integration which has social and cultural aspects as well. It involves goods and services, and the economic resources of capital, technology and data.
What are some examples of new technology in your work processes that you can identify?
1.Digital and biometric attendance system
2.Integrated accounting software
3.ERP system such as SAP
What are some of the benefits and potential challenges facing your organisation as a result of globalisation?
Answer: benefits of globalization-
1.Goods and people are transported with ease and speed.
2.The possibility of war between the developed countries decreases.
3.Free trade between countries increases.
4.Global mass media connects all the people in the world.
5.The communication between the individuals and corporations in the world increases (Grohar-Murray, et al. 2016).
Potential challenges of globalization-
1.Ethical business practices
3.Legal and regulatory structures
Detail examples from your workplace of actions conveying flexibility.
Answer: Being flexible when it comes to work is worth a lot. Employees who approach their job with a flexible mindset are typically more highly valued by employers. Flexibility on the job includes the willingness and ability to readily respond to changing circumstances and expectations.
Detail examples from your workplace of actions conveying adaptability.
Answer: Adaptability is a sought-after job skill as employers increasingly rely on flexible job descriptions and rotate employees into different roles. Your ability to adapt to changing situations and expectations makes you more valuable to a current or prospective employer
Detail examples from your workplace of actions conveying accessibility.
Answer: The design of a building, its lighting, signage or parking may present a barrier for a person (customer or employee) with disability. Accessibility is all about removing barriers so that everyone has equal access (R?ducan and R?ducan, 2014).
Give examples of a variety of leadership roles or actions that you would consider require consultation and participation in the decision making.
Answer: There are four basic decision-making styles that effective leaders use. These styles can vary by department or organization, the leader’s own philosophy and style, as well as other outside influences, such as money or subordinates.
Describe who may be the relevant groups or individuals involved.
1.Your details may include assessments, observations, questioning or evidence gathered from the workplace.
2.Draw on your workplace for examples, or as directed by the instructor.
In groups, or as directed by the instructor, complete a SWOT analysis of an example from your workplace of leadership decision making where you have encountered or have knowledge of:
1.The needs and expectations of both internal and external groups
2.Risk management plans for the decision made
SWOT analysis of this decision example
In teams/groups or as directed by the instructor, consider an example from your workplace of an important decision announcement and detail what undertakings were employed to ensure that your organisation was represented positively in the media and community.
What example of an important announcement are you using?
Answer: the announcement is about that many of the employees left the job and existing staff have to work at least 12 hours because of workload and employee turnover (Ubben, et al. 2015).
Detail the media undertakings.
Job roles/descriptions and specifications. Does your organisation have a standard job or position description/specification template?
If Yes: o
How can you ensure teams are well resourced?
Answer: by checking their working performance and communicating them properly.
What does delegation mean and involve?
Answer: The Delegation of Authority is a process wherein the manager assigns responsibility to its subordinate along with the certain authority to accomplish the task on the manager's behalf.
Using your own workplace analysis and knowledge, review the key elements that make up your team. These key elements may be of an internal nature or relate to external factors.
Answer: key elements of effective team-
1.Commitment and Trust.
3.Diversity of Capabilities.
Using Tuckman’s of team development, what stage do you think your team is at and why?
Answer: norming stage, because all the team members now prepared for the further challenges and they are better aware of competition with the predetermined goals and objectives as well (Kelly, 2011).
In groups, or as directed by the instructor, describe the following using your workplace as an example or reference.
Identify the following:
In groups, or as directed by the instructor, detail your understanding of the following leadership styles, and using examples from your workplace, give examples where these qualities have met particular circumstances and situations.
To achieve your personal objectives what are the conditions you would need to allow or provide for?
Which resources would you need and would you need to get them externally of your organisation?
Answer: human resource
What skills would you need or develop to set and achieve these personal objectives?
Answer: determination and confidence
What knowledge should you acquire?
Answer: public speaking
Is there anything significant such as milestones which you should achieve before you can reach your personal objectives or goals?
Answer:mission and vision should be our milestone, which we must be keeping in mind before achieving the personal goals or objectives (Fletcher nand Arnold, 2011.).
Complete the self-assessment table: my leadership over the past 12 months.
What is your networking purpose?
Answer: The major purpose of networking is the exchange of information, advice, and referrals, via the informational interview process, to assist in attaining the organizational goal of changing careers.
What are your networking opportunities?
Answer: Networking through friends and family can be a great way to establish strong business relationships. A person might meet someone who could be useful for the development of business or someone whose business can help, at a social event.
1.Why are interpersonal skills important in a leadership role?
Answer: Interpersonal skills are the skills used by a person to interact with others properly. Good interpersonal skills are a prerequisite for many positions in an organization. To find out the principles further and develop empathy for others. Interpersonal communication skills are essential to developing other key life skills. Being able to communicate well with others is often essential to solving problems that inevitably occur both in our private and professional lives. Perhaps the most important skill a leader needs is to be able to think strategically. Leadership is all about having a vision of where you want to be and working to achieve that vision (Ubben, et al. 2015).
2.How can you encourage participation through your leadership?
Answer: there are following terms that the leader can be used for encouraging their staff and entire team members –
1.Share the organizational vision with each member
2.Communicating with the staff members
3.Make the people feel most appreciated
4.Support New Ideas
6.Give Each One Opportunities to Grow
7. Empower Each Individual
8.Manage Each One Individually
9.Celebrate Each Success
10.Make Sure There is a Good Working Environment
11.Create and Maintain a Team Spirit
3.What are the benefits of networking?
Answer:Business Networking is a really valuable way to expand the knowledge, learn from the success of others, attain new clients and tell others about the business. Active networking is vital to career growth. Often confused with selling, networking is actually about building long-term relationships and a good reputation over time. It involves meeting and getting to know people who you can assist, and who can potentially help you in return (Kelly, 2011).
Some of the major benefits of the networking are as follows-
3.Raised profile of business
4.Access to opportunities
6.Advice and support
4.How can you ensure you get the most out of your networking event?
Answer:networking can be a really effective tool to grow your brand, meet and learn from other business owners and potentially gain new customers. Networking is about developing and forging new relationships. By maintain the relationship and showing an interest of others ideas and opinions can be helpful in managing the relationship with the others. By encouraging the people join conversation is also helpful (Giacalone and Rosenfeld,, 2013).
5.What risks do you need to be aware of/plan for at work choose an example relating to your workplace? List the possible consequences and explain how you can limit the risk.
Answer: The primary risk factors that an organization may consider evaluating in the organizational risk assessment include:
A company can reduce negative exposure to business risk by identifying internal risks and external risks. Internal risks are faced by a company from within its organization and arise during the normal operations of the company. These risks can be forecasted with some reliability, and therefore, a company has a good chance of reducing internal business risk. By implementing such following factors in the workplace, the risks can be reduced-
These recommendations comprises of –
1.Widely published and disseminated safety policies.
2.Labelling and pestering in hazardous areas.
3.Multilingual training classes and materials.
4.Regular medical examinations.
5.Periodic safety inspections.
6.Effective incident reporting system.
7.Protective gear for employees.
8.Equipment testing and maintenance.
9.Onsite security for vulnerable facilities.
1.How can you communicate your organisation’s mission and goals?
Answer: A company's vision and mission provide the direction for the business's future. By detailing the core values of the company, the vision and mission statements target the central ideas that every employee should focus on during their employment. When company leaders design new vision and mission statements, they must clearly communicate them to employees to keep everybody on the same page, moving forward. Some of the basic tactics that can be helpful in communicating with the team members or entire staff of the organization are as follows-
1.By giving power point presentation
2.By corporate meetings
3.By social networking
4. By personal E-mails, text or messages
5.By video conferences
2.Why is it important, as a leader, to be able to influence groups and individuals?
Answer: Leadership is the process by which one individual influences the behaviors, attitudes and thoughts of others. Leaders set the direction by helping others see what lies ahead and rising to the challenges. They see everyone’s potential and encourage and inspire those around them. Leading by example is a trait of a true leader. A group of individuals with poor leadership will quickly degenerate into conflict, because everyone sees things differently and will naturally lean toward different solutions. The ability to influence the leadership skills of your team members in order to meet organizational demands is a complex element of the overall leadership development picture. Leaders are tasked with effectively guiding organizational goal achievement, while considering team member skills necessary to produce the desired output. A focus on balancing talent development with organizational goal achievement will place the company on a trajectory of achieving performance success. Motivating team members toward goal achievement is no small task. Essentially, leaders should reflect behaviours that inspire and motivate people to change (Nahavandi. 2016).
3.What is involved in building a team?
Answer: Teams are more efficient and collaborative when they use Huddle. However, even the best teams can benefit from team building exercises; they're a great way of improving communication, morale, motivation, productivity, helping employees to get to know each other better, and learning about one's strengths and weaknesses. Team building is a collective term for various types of activities used to enhance social relations and define roles within teams, often involving collaborative tasks. The formal definition of team-building includes:
1.aligning around goals
2.building effective working relationships
3.reducing team members' role ambiguity
4.finding solutions to team problems
4.What can you do to support a team?
Answer: as being the team leader of the workplace, it is my duty to provide guidance, instruction and direction to the team members and for supporting them, there are various aspects such as-
1.By Expect and encourage teamwork.
2.Be committed to team success and help grow the commitment of others.
3.Create a team vision and help people personalize it.
4.Focus on relationships and encourage others to do the same.
5.Be available to help and let your team grow independent of you.
6.By connecting the members with bigger picture for specified objectives
7.By Removing Barriers in front of them.
5.How can you demonstrate personal and professional competence?
Answer: The concept of competency as a factor in recruitment, selection, hiring and employee performance. Competency is still equated or defined as skills, ability to perform, capacity, and knowledge. Competency is the sum total of skills, knowledge and attitudes, manifested in the employee's behaviour. The following factors should be considered in determining the appropriate competencies:
1.Level of Decision-Making, Responsibilities and Authorities
2.Level of Internal Personnel Inter-Action
3.Level of Customer Contact and Inter-Action
4.Level of Physical and Altitudinal Skills and Knowledge (Renz, 2016)
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