Out of that belief, “independence, pride, self-esteem, and sense of purpose" transpires (What We Do, 2016). This illustrates the company’s motivation toward service and success, which is designed to permeate the culture of the organization while continuing to grow and serve the
Target Corporation developed corporate social responsibility and set a goal for each responsibility. By setting goals, Target Corporation makes a way to create a positive experience for its customer, make a great workplace, support an environment and community, and working together as a team to develop solutions that matter to all, that is the power of "working together". Target Corporation helps its employee to achieve their personal well-being that allows them to create a sustainable resource to help Target Corporation's customers. As part of its corporate social responsibility "The Together Effect" a rare opportunity, Target Corporation works with its partners, customers, employees, and communities to make the world a better
LEARNER’S NAME: EMMANUEL DIBIAGWU ASSIGNMENT 2 UNDERSTAND HOW TO DEVELOP AND MAINTAIN EFFECTIVE WORKING RELATIONSHIPS 1.1 Explain the benefits of effective working relationships in developing and maintaining the team (20 marks) The benefits of effective working relationship in developing a team include the following: Improved Morale Good working relationships in teams help to improve the morale of team members. When there is effective working relationship among employees as well as managers, the employees feel that they are respected, and their voice are heard, thereby fostering an enabling workplace full of energy and overall happiness. Effective working relationship between employees enables them to support each other when improvement is called for and helps to develop their esteem. Increased Work Efficiency / Productivity A team that has good culture of teamwork and mutual motivation will make the members more productive and smarter. Such a team where seamless and effective relationships exist, members are poised to learn from one another, develop skills and leverage on such internally gained skills to expedite work processes thereby increasing overall efficiency, reducing downtimes and knowledge gaps.
Mark and Gary’s focus organization, so that they are well-rounded on making sure that the organization is achieving their goals. They show this in the way of promoting a positive relationship between trust and their organization. They allow their team, and they work together to make sure that they are in control. They illustrate that they are not only there to serve their clients but their employees to have strong internal perspective. They take the time to help to create their values and culture providing strong work ethics.
The leadership theory I would like to reflect on is servant leadership theory. Northhouse (2013) servant leadership theory reflects on similar characteristics as authentic leadership. Northhouse (2013) discussed how empowering and ethical servant leaders are with their associates. The characteristics of servant leadership that is similar to authentic leadership would be conceptualization, building community, healing and empathy. As for the characteristics of the authentic leadership approach, it is listed as establishing trusting relationships with others, understanding the purpose, having strong values in doing the right thing (ethically) and being enthusiastic about their assignment (Northhouse, 2013).
Transformational leaders generate trust, respect and admiration from followers, which are considered important facilitators and motivate followers to perform beyond expectations (Yukl, 2006). In the current era, these types of leaders are common. Be it in politics, organization or any other field, leaders tend to be down-to-earth and more open to
Another benefit of a strength-based organization is it allows each staff member to be placed in the right part of the team (Samuels & Hoxsey, 2010). We all have different strengths, finding the best place where we can exercise those strengths will not only increase productivity for the company, but also allow the staff member to feel as though what they are doing and contributing is important and
Feedback is one of the most beneficial step in the development of an employee, and for the benefit of the organization as a whole. Thus, we need to be sensitive, and have positive atmosphere, taking away fear from the employee. Hunt and Weintraub (2015) states, we have come to understand that many well-meaning managers believes that when they give feedback, they are coaching. It’s important for both manager and employee to listen understand to provide what is requested. Keep in mind that everyone is important, and thus, they should be treated fairly and equally.
Through the effective application of these leadership characteristics, the study participants reported feelings of empowerment that contributed to a healing environment, positive employee engagement and organizational commitment. The study findings correlated well with the Leadership Roles discussed by Marquis (2014) in the areas of being a Mentor, Energizer, Buffer, Role Model, Coach, Influencer and Problem