I try to see an issue or problem from all sides of the parties involved; not forcing on my personal opinion on others, especially when we need to work together to achieve the desired results. I have begun to tap into this more and it has helped me at work defuse situations that had the potential to become bigger problems. I can get to the root of the problem, seeing past personal emotions of involved parties. I hope to maintain the balance with my human resource frame. I do not want others to think I am “rolling over” to accommodate others or I hate confrontation; I just want to focus on the issues and get the job
It’s particularly important that you’re both on board with whatever you decide to ensure you’re both committed to that specific solution. The fifth step is to integrate the solution in a meaningful way. Even though the solution you chose might not have been the best one, try to implement it by deciding who should do what, and by when should you do it. The final step keep is to track of changes. Because any given solution might not work out as you’d hoped, make it a habit of asking how your partner is feeling, and how the solution is working for them.
When being a leader it is important to work with you team to build trust and to better yourself. Picking those on your team should be a thought out process. When you spend more time in picking team members it will have a greater effect. While it may be a long tiring process, it is better to have people who are qualified and are going to work. When you do this you don’t have people that are coming and going and end up costing you more.When you have a team that you count on as much as you count on them you should let them be aware of when you appreciate the work they’re doing.
It is always good to analyze each and every idea and dissect it to find the flaws to work on. In this situation, sending other parties on field and really making an account on what was going on there could have helped them decrease their coldness and take the appropriate action to stop the troubles. Before engaging into a crucial decision, it is very important to learn more and use the help of media to educate oneself and the whole group on what exactly is the issue out there. And last but not least, it is always a good practice to understand the concept og groupthink before engaging in a group decision
As a leader, this was wrong because a leader should be rational and able to understand what is the whole objectives that the team should complete (Bedell-Avers, Dzieweczynski, Hunter & Tate 2011). Hence, I learned that it is best to discuss with the team at the beginning what is the whole picture that team should have in mind rather than to be jumping to the conclusion that the given information is right or wrong. Moreover, from the first attempt, I learned that in a team development, a leader can use different leadership styles to direct the team to attain the goal because there were multiple situations that require various types to handle it. For example, I had experience that in the discussion, I should participate by providing inputs and suggestions but when making a decision I have to choose the final as in the simulation if the leader has made a decision before the members, it will become the final decision for the whole group. This was difficult for me as there was the pressure of making a mistake.
It is essential that you are able to trust your team to execute your vision. This means allowing them to get involved with various aspects of your plans. Dividing tasks to other people or departments is a very important skill for a leader to have. In order to divide effectively, you must be aware of the strengths and weaknesses of those on your team so that you can distribute tasks accordingly. You are also training others to properly lead just as effective, and you can learn a few new things to better
After that he will clarify his problem by talking face-by-face with his friends, giving them question what the problem was and asking for the best solution that will be decided together. However the flow of the talk still will be controlled by him in order to get the best solution and minimizing any kind of personal
Trust is very important, but it is a challenging feat to obtain. People within the group must trust one another that way each member will help others reach the overall goal and it makes sure that each team member can focus on one specific task without worrying if the others will complete their tasks. An example would be that if each member needs to collect different types of data, one member can finish collecting theirs and immediately know that the others have finished as well, where if they do not trust you, they will worry about not getting finished, covering another person’s job, and stress over slowing down the project. This is significant because if people are not trustable and people have to do other member’s jobs then it slows down the process and it takes longer to reach that special goal, whatever it may be. That is why I believe trust is important in teamwork, so try to be trustable and be smart about who you
Considerations about personal development often stems from either a clear or muddled indication in ones life that lends to a bit of self evaluation. Ensuring that your personal development is in par with the goals, responsibilities and relationships you hope to maintain and nurture is extremely important. Taking responsibility for your decisions and being truthful with yourself is such an important part in your quest to becoming a better person. After all, if you can't be honest with yourself, you will not be able to move forward successfully. You are in control of the person you were meant to be, so take control of your situation and you are one step closer to being that person.
Inordinate leaders are servants. Their purpose is first to help others. • Sense of purpose: Your group comprehend what they do and how to do it, however you can have a major effect by sharing a solid feeling of why they 're doing it and where it 's heading. Offer them some assistance with developing an expansive comprehension of the group 's motivation, and confidence in how their part adds to the entirety. • Keep trying: Don’t exhaust yourself up when you don’t live up to your own potentials.