This have led to my kids been open with suggestions as they know that their views will be considered and they all work to see that tasks in the home are completed easily. For me I can actually say that the democratic style of leadership is the best form of leadership as people are actually given freedom of speech. They are free to say their mind and it is not a form of government where people are so scared of their leaders. Unlike in an autocratic type of leadership where the masses are scared of their leader as their leader is authoritative and a dictator, failure to carryout out his orders results in severe
Some of this was evident in my interview and so next time I will have to try and ensure that the client is finish speaking or ask if they were finish speaking so has to show that I was actively listen. The client demonstrate interest not only by my verbal responses, but also by her own non-verbal expressions such as leaning forward, nodding, maintaining appropriate eye contact, and your facial expressions. All of these considerations make for effective communication in you’re an interview
In a democracy, citizens are free to criticise the elected leaders and representatives, and to view how they deal with the matters of government. Elected leaders at provisional and local level should listen to the citizens and deal with their needs and critique. The essential component of the people in a democracy is to partake in public life. Democracy and Political Parties “We will not agree on every issue. But let us respect those differences and respect one another.
There are few leadership strategies that can be used to re-energize the workforce; such as: 1. Participative Theory is an ideal leadership style that takes into consideration the input of its associates. Leaders are encouraged to involve staff and all group members, so they know that their contributions and participations are important, and they have the right to say no to any suggestion. 2. Situational Theories propose that leaders choose the best course of action based upon situational variables.
David and Linda, who encouraged us to divide facilitation and note-taking responsibilities for each meeting, provided approval and support for shared leadership. Other conditions included clearly defined objectives for each of our deliverables, awareness of each other’s actions, and using our skills appropriately for each task. Finally, we were able to share information effectively, we had adequate interpersonal skills, and we were committed to accepting each other’s differences. We also had core values and processes. Each member of Team Bridge was non-coercive, open to learning, relationship-oriented, and built trust through working together.
They also learnt about the balancing act in the team. Through the activity, they learnt that they have to work in a team. And, knew that team leadership is all about strategizing. In another session, the EmpowHER cohorts learnt how empowerment happens. “It is all about speaking up, demanding and negotiating,” she shared.
Most of the employees gain different information through this program like personal development, increased confidence and new skills. It is very important to keep a good relationship with your mentor which can give you a chance to learn better and sharing experiences with your mentor. All of the employees agree that the mentoring program meet there needs and expectations. Which mean that the mentoring is a useful program to each sector to achieve excellent service, increase staff satisfaction. The employees give some suggestions to improve the mentoring program like improving the patience of mentor ,develop mutual trust and respect, the mentor should providing support for mentees and guide them without any criticism and solving problems
Everyone knows you need to prepare to answer some tough questions at the job interview. But you might be missing a trick if you’re also not preparing to ask some questions. The truth is a good conversation is always a two-way street and this also applies to your job interview. By asking questions, you can create a better relationship with the interviewer and really highlight your talent and fit for the role. Not to mention how asking questions will help you figure if the role is what you actually want and how you can succeed in it to the best of your ability.
I chose to take the person-centered approach in my counseling session. I wanted to let my client take the lead in the discussion, so she would be capable of finding her own solutions. My two primary goals were to increase her self-esteem and openness to the experience. I wanted to convey the three core conditions of empathy, congruence and unconditional positive regard. Before my session began, I wanted to make sure I stayed engaged in listening to my client and trying to feel what she was thinking.
I felt that this was necessary by referencing to the Lean Six Sigma researched by Pamfilie, Petcu and Draghici (2012) where the leader would divide the task accordingly to involve every single member in the organization so they are stimulated to contribute to bringing change to the whole organization thus giving them a sense of accomplishment. This can improve their leadership skill because they have to direct their task while speaking confidently so their members do not doubt the leader’s decision. A good leader should not be constantly second guessing their decisions so having self-confidence is the way to lead a group effectively. This also leads to the improvement of decision-making skill. By applying a few methods stated in the research by Lunenburg (2011) such as Devil’s Advocacy and the Nominal Group Technique, group members can agree on a decision fairly.