1. Apply the leadership theories
Kurt Lewin identified three types of Leadership Styles in 1939 i.e. – Autocratic – do it my way, Democratic – let’s do it together and Laissez-fair- do it your way. According to the leadership style I follow Democratic leadership style. A democratic leader is prepared to empower the workers with delegating authority and encouraging participation. A democratic leader will rely on expert and referent power to influence the workers and the workers perform well even the leader is not there to supervise. As I follow democratic leadership style I delegate and encourage the participation in the works. I share the decision-making abilities with group members by promoting the interests of the group members and by practicing social equality. I always ask for suggestions and give advice to my workers. I can assure that following this style has made our work together interesting and productive. And in the case of change I follow transformational style of leadership. Transformational leadership is based on more than the compliance of followers. It involves shifts in the beliefs, needs and values. I direct the group through communication and try to focus on the whole idea and the vision. I motivate the subordinates to work more effectively and efficiently. Leadership skills
Conceptual skills – The term "conceptual skills" refers to the aptitude that people have to formulate ideas. Such skills include thinking creatively, formulating abstractions, analyzing complex situations, understanding issues and solving problems .I have the ability to solve the problems in case of any emergency situations. I know how to formulate ideas creatively and solve the problems. I have the ability to visualize the organization as a whole, discern, inter relationship among organizational parts and understand how the organization fits into the wider context of the industry, community and world. In a business environment I can come up with the new and creative ideas to increase the profitable of the company. For example: If any customer complaints when I m working then I try to make my customer calm down and try to sort out the problems very calmly which is one of the conceptual regarding skill to solve the problem in a quick manner. Human skills - Human skills, also called interpersonal skills, involve knowing how to interact well with people. It is associated with a mangers ability to work well with others both as a member of a group and as a leader who gets things done through others. This skill relates to me because I can delegate the work in a nice and proper way. I like talking to the people and can get involved in any conversation with the people around. I can get along with my co-workers very easily and it helps me to understand them. This skill enables me to get on and work well with my peers, subordinates and supervisors. I motivate them and give the constructive feedback for their work. I have positive attitudes and strong desires to increase the productivity. I m a good listener which is very important at workplace I give my ideas as well but I listen to others as well thank skills help in human skills. For example: if I m working in my shift I be friendly with my subordinated which helps me to develop human relation to them and helps in my work. Technical skills - Technical skills reflect both an understanding of and proficiency in a specialized field. It also involves knowing about things and physical processes. It is the process of thinking about and organizing the activities required to achieve a desired goal I have good knowledge about the products and the technology at the workplace which helps me to give the information to the workplace. I can train to the people in efficient way. I get along the equipments which help me in my work to be as a coach and guide the people. For example: I try and get knowledge about the things before when I am training any new people so I don’t get stuck...
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