Although existential therapy highlights the main concerns an individual would face in life, the therapy lacks in structure or directions. It does not indicate any specific steps a therapist should use during the intervention period. It relies solely on therapist and client relationships thus making it difficult for recovery process to take place if these connections cannot be achieved. The treatment also has little direction from the clinician as most responsibilities come from the client. People these days also seek for therapies that are direct and time –limited and existential therapy sessions can be a lengthy process as some clients are not well versed in verbal communications or are not as expressive as some people thus making very few people to opt existential therapy as their choice.
Neither any corrective action was taken to tackle it, nor did the managers stand out to challenge this behavior. Indeed, although a few managers who did get their jobs done efficiently, the majority failed to deliver their work in a satisfactory manner. Lastly, it is necessary to boost the morale in this work place. People ought to pay attention on ethic codes and show respect on this part. While Susan attempted to report the problem, she was afraid of possible negative reaction from her fellow colleagues – they might have frowned on her and made her difficult to continue to work there.
As due to lack of communication sometimes, the individual becomes uncertain about what exactly happening in the organization. The business organization should make the employees also a major part while implementing the changes. Employee resistance Here the learner has found that sometimes the individual employees are very much comfortable with the change. Nevertheless, on the other side it has been also found that there are few employees who face terrible problems and barriers to adopt the changes as per the environment or requirement. In this situation, it becomes tough for the management to balance the whole scenario.
Lazy, inactive leadership does not count in running a department. Not knowing the names of all of the fellow officer’s creates an unsupportive atmosphere. If leadership is not readily visible from the top, how could society expect it to be any other way? It cannot be made from the bottom to the top. Clear and concise expectation of what is expected among officers in respective situations aligns departments on the same page.
Another reason why the change might not have been so successful is due to the lack of expressiveness from the managers. This is was Alvesson and Sveningsson (2015) call symbolic anorexia or cultural thinness. Symbols create meaning in a simplistic and powerful way and can be anything from an event to a story. Symbols often appeal to both the logical and the emotional sides of a person (Alvesson and Sveningsson, 2015). Since there was a lack of symbols, the employees did not understand the new culture or the need for it.
PROBLEMS FACED BY MEED’S CORPORATION • Lack of Human Resource Planning MEED was not following formal planning process. The common view among employees was that if things had worked out before without much long range planning, they would work out again. Human resource planning was the most critical problem faced as most of the positions were empty and one person was looking over two or more positions. Moreover there were some who argued that emphasis should be on meeting operating goals rather than identifying positions that needed filling and planning to get the right people into the place. There was no proper organizational chart that can maintain a proper chain of command • Lack of Job Description and Specification There was no properly defined job description and job specifications due to which there was either misunderstanding of jobs to be performed or either many important positions were left empty in the organization.
- Orders need to be obeyed, by employees, regardless of whether an explanation has been given or not. - Autocratic leaders do not trust employees. - Completion of tasks are their main priority. - The creation of rewards, punishments and threats are considered motivation. Advantages of Autocratic Leadership Disadvantages of Autocratic Leadership A large group of people do not need to be consulted in the event of a decision that needs to be made quickly.
On the other hand, respect for leadership; this may be because people want to be seen as recognition of the leader, and therefore hold back in expressing their views. Sometimes, different personalities difficult to work together. Typically, this having with personality types which bring negative energy to a team environment. In 2005 , Omani companies continued to replace foreign workers especially for unskilled and semi-skilled categories despite recruitment costs which were often borne by organizations. That is because, Omani workers had no scientific expertise and skills appropriates, especially teamwork skills.
• That`s why the team`s members hardly get a chance to meet each other personally. • There are lack an emotional bonding and good communication between the teams. This leads to an embarrassing situations, conflicts and delays which is detrimental to the reputation of any business. • Perhaps the biggest problem for each virtual organization is connected with the training of employees in
In this era of globalization, just about everything in nearly all industries are more convenient and easier thanks to advances in technology. We use on a daily basis technology to accomplish a specific task or interest. Modern Technology increases. It may seem as though it 's a misnomer to even mention any disadvantages of technological advances. However, despite how far technology has taken humans and no matter how convenient it may make things, there are some disadvantages accompanying this level of access.