In this Capstone I learnt from it that is not only work in the individual it also works in a team or a group of people to encourage us to solve challenging problems, think critically and develop skills. For example, build a good relationship, well-communication, planning, research skills, media knowledge, public speaking, teamwork, self-confidence, target setting and so on. Competitive strategy is a strategy that develops student focusing on emerging understanding and the dynamic of an industry which is local issues. A process of reproduction, reflection and experiential learning are enhanced within solve problems, decision making, analysis of general critical, capabilities of creative thinking and so on. All of these will help us in our future
According to the (Leibowitz, Farren & Kaye, 1986) advisory group are forms with the different of perspective, who can state critical career problems in critically and creative ways. Thus, cooperation with the advisory group is important to recognize the problems and assessing needs in the present system in the organization to implement the career system for the employees. Design and select professional development activities that can support them to achieve their goals in their individual’s career development. Table 4 shows the activities and number staff that involve in planning a career development system. Other than that, they can conduct other activities such as e-learning and classroom training where can help them to be updated about technology instead of be able to use Microsoft, filing document and have a wide connection networking with other through media social.
The most effective part of the workshop was learning about Situational Leadership and the types of leadership styles. By Understanding about Situational Leadership Styles, helped me to identify the important tasks and to priorities them accordingly. This also helped me to analyse the Ability and Willingness of my team members. I find Situational Leadership styles very helpful because can be changed according to the requirement of the Organisation. The style like *Telling and Selling* helped to focus on accomplishing the task, While *Participating and Delegating *helped me to identity and understand the development required within the team members.
Team 5 won’t just focus on assignments for this course but we hope to obtain a better understanding of leadership and the objectives of the course that will help us succeed in the workplace. Roles, Responsilbities, and Duties Each team member has the responsibility of fully participating, engaging in group discussions, giving his or her opinion, acting in a professional manner, and working to meet the common goals of the team. Each member shall be assigned a specific role and will be responsible to
For the purposes of this study, “the feeling of unity or oneness that exists among team members and the degree to which a group exists or operates as a unified entity” will be used as the definition for cohesiveness/team relationships. Collaborative Problem-Solving/Decision-Making: Problem-solving is an important skill for work teams (Guzzo & Shea, 1992; West et al, 1998). Work teams face what can sometimes be a challenge in problem-solving efforts—collaboration with others on their team. Additionally, most groups jump right into coming up with solutions before clearly defining the problem. Kirkman and Rosen (1999) ask raters to provide feedback on problem-solving on their team assessment.
Visionary: This style is adopted when the organisation or team needs a new direction. The goal of this style is to help people move towards new goals and aspirations. Here, team members explore new areas, innovate, experiment and take calculated risks. 2. Coaching: This is a one-on-one style in which leaders work with their team members to develop them, provide feedback, help them to connect their goals with that of the organisation.
This means an effective class and raised teaching standard which in-turn improves the overall motivation of the teacher. This results in a positive influence on the productivity of the teacher as well as have positive influence on the overall satisfaction of the teacher. To understand the importance of planning from an intrinsic viewpoint, it is important to consider the real advantages, which could be driving an increased teacher enthusiasm. A fully planned lesson allows the teacher to maintain focus throughout the lesson. As discussed previously, effective lesson planning can have a positive effect on the motivation on a teacher.
The first role of the leading teachers is to persuading teachers to use formative assessment effectively in the classroom and applying the best and suitable assessment tool(s) in the lessons. The second role of the leading teachers is to monitor and provide constructive feedback for the teachers on their performance continuously. Leading teachers need to physically present to observe the classroom teaching, students behavior and how teachers perform. Feedback should be given for the teachers regarding the quality of the teacher. The feedback should be constructive and must help to improve or develop future teaching and learning.
remarked, knowledge are deconstructions, reconstructions, and co-constructions that emerge as a result of the interaction between what is already known and what is yet to be known again, in a new form. Learners must be committed to the process of exploring and learning. Group work. The students were asked to work by pair or group and discussed the problem solved individually. In the discussion session, the students gave idea to each other in a group and compared the methods they use.
Metacognition is the process of thinking about thinking or being aware and understanding of one’s own thought process. As students and members of society, this still is critical to creating a high functioning world. For the individual, this provides a way to view past experiences and optimize successful ways of the past. As one continues throughout their education path, this skill is critical to creating a high function learning environment. Simply by looking at what was successful in the past, it becomes easier to develop assessments that are flexible to all learning styles.