Meanwhile, I am particularly good at encouraging my team and helping. I loved to listen to my team point of views and experience. Based on self assessment about myself, I think I am more of transformational leader. To be
It was a diverse and strict school with many rules I had follow so I knew I had to make a big adjustment. It was challenging for me to come from a school with nothing but freedom and those I’m used to being around on a daily basis to an environment where they teach and students there learn and actually had an interest to want to. I tried to adjust their but I just couldn’t and found myself not attending school once again. I was disappointed in myself that I would easily lack when it comes to getting my education. Just when I thought about really giving up a close friend informed me about Job Corps and exactly what it is they do with young adults who are trying to obtain their diploma or to just advance their education.
That causes a student a lot of stress with all the hard work they do during the years it seems like a waste when it comes down to a test to graduate it can be very discouraging. So in conclusion i feel Standardized tests can hinder more than help our students by limiting teaching, creating stress when it comes to graduating, putting a limit on learning for the student and teaching for the teachers. We need to have a second look at the real benefit of Standardized tests and if it is worth our students self
This will also encourage my employees to also act similarly since me, the owner, I will be doing that, and thus it will significantly reduce time wastage and so that we can get as much work as it is possible. Time management is a versatile skills which can improve the overall efficiency of my GameHouse Café business. When I manage my time, I will feel more accountable in developing objectives, sticking to a plan, and achieving targets. This skill will allow me to determine how I should delegate roles in the business in order to accomplish each task in a set time. If I do not make an effort to improve my time management skills, I could potentially get carried away with other tasks and not address the important issues first,
I want to be seen as a good mentor to my followers and my supervisor. I will do this by integrating Coping Behavior and Cognitive Flexibility with my subordinates, peers, and supervisor by developing a good rapport with each of them. I know I can weaken those relationships if I do not mange my Coping Behavior because of miscommunication due to large cognitive gaps because I did not scan my environment. I will use Cognitive Flexibility to “scan my future environment” to identify those pitfalls for conflict that may hinder our rapport. For an example, to resolve customer complaints, my subordinates and I may have a different approach to dealing with complaints.
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.
The whole class was warned on the assignment and feared the near apparence of it. The Investigative Report was now assigned to the classroom. Research papers have always been an assignment that I have struggle with over the past few years. The Investigative Report required us to choose an issue and in precise terms make clear why the issue needs to be investigated. The assignment also required convincing facts and details to help readers understand how the issue affects different groups.
My primary destination was to fulfill the English requirement to complete my degree, but in the meantime, it has become my focus to improve my composition accomplishments. Writing composition for me is a scary feeling, especially at the university level. Getting word to write papers is fairly new to me and very intimidating. One of the most difficult things to overcome is writer’s block, hence the reason it took me a few months to submit my first assignment. I was always afraid of the mistakes I would make in grammar, or not have anything to write in my essays.
It applies to my art, my classes, when I talk to people, etc. I hold myself back from doing things I want to try or, in this case, something legitimately like to do because I am afraid. The realization this characteristic in myself has led to personal examination of how it affects my day-to-day life. Now, months after I discovered a new path by diverging from the old one, I have started to transition from my old routine and I’m working on trying not to restrict myself because of my insecurities of messing
- Intellectual Stimulation: it describes the ability of a leader who is able to increase followers’ efforts at innovation and creativity. It requires leaders’ openness in order to enable subordinates to approach problems in new ways, with no fear of criticism that increases followers’ self-efficacy. - Individual Consideration: it involves acting as a coach or a mentor in order to invest on followers and in order to take into account their needs and
If the audience can 't relate to my writing, they will not understand my intended purpose. I will need to be sure to use facts from the article to support the ideas I present. Also, showing how age isn 't a factor while taking a class may pose a challenge. I would like my audience to understand that whether you are fresh out of high school or going back to school after 20 years, the same obstacles are in the way. No matter your age, it’s still a difficult feeling to think you are prepared to start a class and realize things are much harder than expected.
The ongoing process of striking a balance between one’s work and demands of life, including marital status have become a challenge for most professionals. So, in the spirit of being part of the solution, I took some time to compile some of the fundamental lessons I’ve learned to date as well as the best of the advice I’ve gotten from experts. These lessons are not rules or absolutes they’re a snapshot of what’s worked for me so far and food for thought. However, the two op-ed pieces by David Brooks and the Young Money chapters caution us to the value in maintaining a work and life balance. We must be explicit about this in the mission that informs our work culture.
I was forced to try different approaches and decided to stop being overly friendly and start having a more authoritative role. In addition to flexibility, I found it was extremely important to uphold the competency of self-control when working with students with DD. Self-Control is the ability to control your emotions and not let them interfere with the way you provide support and care. Working with J.K. was sometimes difficult and I would often leave his classroom feeling defeated. However, I did not let these feelings show during my time with the students and I tried my best shrug off the bad days by continuing to work towards future
I kept missing out on amazing opportunities, and I knew that I had to do something or else I would never get the chance to be successful. The key to my success started with my acceptance of my facial problems. Instead of being uncomfortable with them, I forced myself to accept that it was a problem I would have. After I did that, I had to physically work on my speaking skills, such as looking people in the eye or speaking louder. It took me weeks until I could talk confidently with other
I do not know where it came from, maybe from the exhaustion of listening to my father, but when I entered high school, I switched from not wanting to fail for my parents to wanting to succeed for myself. I challenged myself academically and socially. Though I was afraid to fail, I convinced myself to enter the Running Start program. This decision was difficult for me because it meant leaving the few friends I had for a place filled with strangers. It meant having to be alone again.