When a servant leader understands the needs of his followers it enhances and motivates them to improve their job performance. A servant leader provides support, inspiration,motivation, but there, also needs to be reciprocity from the follower (Peterson, 2014). They complement one another roles, but when a leader needs help he should be able to ask for it. “ True leaders are the first to admit that they do not know everything and that they need help” (Billy Byrd). I believe that a true servant leader doesn’t have every answer, but goes out his way to find
Get to know them as they get to know you. Once you build a solid relationship and you gain their trust and when you gain their trust they will follow you without hesitation. “Coaches must effectively establish boundaries and build trust by being clear about the learning and development of objectives they set”. (The Key to Effective coaching). This shows how serious you are and now they know the boundaries ad what you are looking for as a coach.
Adherence to professional ethics is a foundational aspect of counseling practice. As students, we are trained to be ethically competent, providing the most principled treatment for our clients. Yet, ethical issues are not just encountered by novice counselors, experienced practitioners face ethical dilemmas throughout their career, as well. The American Counseling Association (ACA) Code of Ethics (2014) sets ethical obligations and provides guidance for how to manage ethical dilemmas. The code considers professional values that counselors should be aware of, but also ethical principles that guide practice (ACA, 2014).
This helped me acknowledge I can be empathic with people in diverse circumstances without being judgemental. I also perceived that I appreciated attempting to help people by provoking their own instincts though solicitous but incisive questioning. I had a tough time with the uncomfortable silences while waiting for a reaction from the coachee, I feel I did not give enough time to the coachee to think about things before I went into other questions. Giving for reflection in the session is portrayed as being vital in coaching by Dembkowski, Eldridge, Hunter (2006, p. 49). “A moment of silence is often helpful for the client to dive into his emotions and think about a specific topic or circumstances.” From what I have practiced this statement is correct but it is very difficult to accomplish this as a new coach.
How to develop your teamwork skills Know where you are - The best way to assess yourself is to place yourself in team situations through team sports, project teams, and organizational teams for events at your institute. Analyze your strengths and weaknesses - Use the above information to be team-oriented, not group-oriented. Reflect on what you did well and where you need to improve. For example, were you too accommodating with others and as a result, kept your ideas to yourself? Remember, conflict is not necessarily a bad thing, provided it serves to achieve the team goal.
Our enemies are ethical warriors due to having the same core values as Honor, Courage and Commitment. Our enemies can be ethical warriors because their core values are the same as ours just viewed from their perspective. In the excerpt The Ethical Warrior: Values, Morals, and Ethics for Life, Work, and Service by Jack E. Hoban he
My Personal Code of Ethics as an Education Leader As an educator, and conceivable future educational leader, my personal code of ethics is one that envelops uprightness, correspondence, respect, imparted objectives, sympathy, open-mindedness, and confidentiality. A leader recognizes what is correct and utilizes it to make the best decision paying little mind to personal danger. I will utilize this personal code of ethics when settling on decisions including ethical issues and to guide my profession. I accept the focal and most basic reason for an educational leader is: To foster a dream for the organization as a learning community that respects the characteristic worth and abilities of every person and that fosters the planning of students
We will then review how he was an ethical leader by using the concept of free thinking and not falling in to the ethical trap of drive for success. We will also look at how these lessons can be applied to my leadership style. First we will review how he used openness to build trust and respect when he first took over as the coach for Green Bay. Visionary Leader Vince Lombardi had a vision of Green Bay becoming a winning team and by displaying the characteristic of openness from the change management lesson, he started to see that vision come to life. Openness is establishing a communication style that creates an environment of trust and respect (BCEE, 2017a).
Assignment 301 - Task B a) As a trainer, appropriate behaviour needs to be controlled initially by the setting of boundaries, although not all boundaries will resolve behaviour. This is essential to help ensure all rules are understood and followed all the time, and will then prevent trainees taking advantage of the others in the group. Rules need to be respected, and trust from the learner to progress. Examples of how to promote this can include: being consistent, what you say is what you do, look at how you can build rapport and lead by example. In addition, being honest, providing positive and constructive feedback, lead by example.
In this article “ Philosophy of coaching” by Ken McGlothlin he goes in brief details about how to be a good coach , how to implement a good coaching philosophy that could help you win , and the preparation it takes to be a good coach. Coaching is more than just telling players what to do , it's a difficult task that takes effort, time, and patience. Kern McGlothin states that “Coaches, today, must be good teachers and must motivate their players to compete day by day on the court.” coaching is more than just having a philosophy, it's being able to teach and having an open mind about ideas . To be a good coach you must excel in your philosophy and must show diligence in your work area. Kern McGlothin states that “ Educators often say that the best teachers are found in the coaching profession because they understand the learning process.” Coaching is a learning process that takes effort and to be good at it you must cared deeply about people , you must have high personal standards and ambitions for your players , and you must high level of