This also evident from above discussion that ethical leadership is also crucial in developing the ethical culture within an organization. The employee performance can also incredibly increased by ethical and moral behavior in a workplace that practice good ethics. Finally, the overall performance of an organization in term of its financial outcomes is also benefited from the ethic practice. The case study of L’Oreal also provides a good example of all
That could result in positive publicity, which would mean more R2s can be added to the Add Hope program. What is Professionalism? The competence or skill expected of a professional. It refers to the way business managers and employees conduct themselves when dealing with stakeholders within specific work environment. It makes sure of compliance in the generally accepted manner of doing business- ethical conduct, appearance, communication, attitude, responsibility, knowledge, skill, integrity, respect, etiquette and loyalty.
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Managing Teams Rationale A manager is employed to ensure the effective and successful implementation of a company’s vision and if you’re a manger that wants to create a positive, creative, respectful, and responsible work environment it’s important that you manage your teams effectively. There are certain attributes or qualities a manager should possess like being able to plan, organise, control, lead and co-ordinate. When working with a team these attributes should be used to achieve or accomplish the organisational goals. Teams have many different facets and to understand what team is right for you, you will need to understand the different types, stages, and roles of team members to ensure an effective result from your team. “A team
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It is an effective strategy to retain talent in the organization and encouraging them to carry out their responsibilities in a better fashion. Right person for right job : Job Redesigning helps in creating a right person-job fit while harnessing the full potential of employees. It helps organization as well as employees in achieving their targets or goals. The job characteristics model designed by Hackman and Oldham which is based on the idea that the task