Exercise 15-3: Test Your Leadership Style
University Of Phoenix
Oluwole O. Oshinubi
August 21, 2010
The Leader/Supervisor Mix
As a 50–50 type, you probably do not believe in the need to motivate others. Instead, you maintain that the staff should have a natural desire to work as hard as you do, without needing somebody to egg them on. You do your job well, and you expect the same from your subordinates. This means that while your own level of productivity is high, you are not always sure about how to motivate others to reach their full potential. Generally, however, you do have the ability to get others to do as you wish, without being abrasive or ruffling feathers. You may pride yourself on being surrounded by a very competent, professional staff that is self-motivated, requiring little of your own attention. But don’t be too sure: Almost everyone performs better under the right sort of encouraging leadership.pg 272 of
Improving Employee Relations
In this you will learn the way a company big or small can improve in many ways first it start with the top dog. When I say the top dogs I mean the ones who started the business that is who has to make the first move in getting things in order. Then you have to move to your managers and work with them they will then work with their assistant and so on. The key to improvement is self improvement once you work on what is missing within your job performance you can go back over what you have been train to do to understand what you missed. Next you have to go back and check your associate to see what they are missing as well to see where they need more training in so that would help to improve in our employee so there would be less firing and more benefits and more order in the company as well. In order to get everything the way you want it to be you must start from the top and work your way down that is a part of life you can go around make other...