Brennan (2012) mentioned a quote that embodies the professionalism mentioned above said by Wilma Mankiller that goes something like as the following: The happiest people I’ve ever met, regardless of their profession, their social standing, or their economic status, are people that are fully engaged in the work around them. The most fulfilled are the ones who get up every morning and stand for something larger than themselves. This quote embodies professionalism in the workplace. To be professional means to be a good person and to be a good person, it means to show you care, offer your help, be curious, and also enjoy yourself (Anderson, 2016; Brennan, 2014; Brosseau, 2014; Fantahun et al.,
She was hand-selected as the Brigade S4 position, strive to improve communication/influence techniques throughout the Brigade to increase effectiveness up and down the CoC. Built a cohesive team that accomplished logistical tasks with minimal oversight without compromising Army standards. She influenced her section to lean forward in planning and execution numerous short-notice requirements without sacrificing the mission. She incorporated safety into all aspects of the executing garrison logistical functions throughout ASG-AOR. She was a force-multiplier to the DOL and consistently focused on mission accomplishments.
Jessica always has plan B to avoid any misunderstandings and insecurities. Furthermore as a manager she knows her basics and when anything needs to be researched, she makes sure the research is done well, properly and carefully. Overall Jessica is a motivator and she is like a mentor to many employees. She gives helpful opinions that later also becomes one at the most honorable opinions for senior operator and researcher,Ms Rachel. Louis Litt is a lawyer and a partner at the Pearson Specter company.
However, the one thing that stood out the most was her beautiful welcoming spirit and her passion for serving others. During the interviewing while she goes on to talk more about her duties as a manager, of the office of CSI, she had a beautiful smile on her face. She sees her staff not as a team but as a family, and she said, “She is more than happy to help them with anything because she want nothing but for them to succeed in whatever they are doing.” She is very hands-on in the office she does not dictate instead she focuses more on helping her staff and direct in the right way to get their task done. Everyone seems to enjoy her company and love being around her, they do not seem to hesitate on asking her any questions regarding any officer matters, they really function as a family at the
Based off those components, there is a recognition for the need of training. Trainings are not only beneficial to the citizens, but the department as well. Instructional time is justified by the degree of need for the training. For example, there is a high need for high performance CPR training because it is a skill used every day in the department, however the skill needs drastic improvement to meet new AHA standards. Because the department is so large, about 1,100 employees, most trainings are done asynchronously via online instruction or at the station level with your shift supervisor.
Our body language, our expression of gratitude when a staff performs more than what is expected and our way to discipline staff when she is not performing up to the standards makes a lot of difference. Author James Kouzes and Barry Posner claim in “The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership” that motivating nurse is one of the biggest challenges and can be met by initiating interactive and proactive practices and avoiding reactive responses. Good motivating strategies empower staff to put knowledge, skills and expertise in their work (Mann, 2008). The link between motivation and staff satisfaction is very obvious. If an individual is highly motivated he/she will perform well and get satisfaction.
With their hard work on and off the screen, they have opened doors for many others. “From humble beginnings to superstardom” Oprah and Ellen have made a huge difference in so many ways (Business Insider), making them the best to ever do
Reflection, results, and mentorship help to embrace the truth for our benefit. An effective leader knows her strengths and weaknesses, passions and obligations. She is always learning better to manage her own emotions, faults, and challenges. With the interview, I have learned a lot of leadership styles and motivational theories, which I learned from Mrs. Hendrickson. Pam Hendrickson’s job has never been something I have ever thought about, but when I started thinking about it became interesting to me.
7.1 Strengths and weaknesses Before starting the internship I had to evaluate my personal strengths and weaknesses. My strengths are that I am a very flexible person. I quickly adapt to new situations and tasks. Another strength is receiving feedback. This is never a problem for me and I am eager to hear feedback in order to apply this in my work.
CW3 Smith performed her duties with unmatched leadership and professional distinction while deployed in support of Operation Inherent Resolve (OIR). CW3 Smith superbly executed operations without fail, adhering the Commander Intent ' supporting recurring and emerging requirements. Her presence led to overall success in ASG-KU and detrimental to the mission requirements of the theater. She was able to influence the DOL to lean forward in planning and execute numerous short-notice mission requirements, without sacrificing the
Tony is very professional and advocates for our Veterans with high regard. Whenever Tony comes to work, he brings nothing but a positive and an enthusiastic attitude no matter what kind of traffic our department would be. His eagerness to learn new nursing skills and techniques and