Team Leadership Most leaders can identify their employees’ personalities and deal with them, by applying effective leadership approaches. Leaders can also apply some prior knowledge skills about the group of individuals within the organization. Leaders also provide their organizations with a combination of effective strategies and fresh ideas. This writer will send a memo to her manager, to discuss her assigned duties given to her by management; about a new department the company will be adding that is part of the company’s strategic plan to enter a particular market segment. Her manager would like her to manage one of the teams in this new department. Her manager has put together the team she will be managing. The writer will evaluate all of the team members, to determine what measures she will take to achieve this goal. This memo will also discuss leadership approaches, various organizational culture differences, and how she plans to apply them, using various leadership theories. In order to successfully lead the other team members; the entire team completed the “Jungian Personality Results” on the University of Phoenix Student Website. Details from the “Jungian Personality results” will be used to help this leader understand, which leadership approaches will be used, to successful work with this team. According to the results obtained from the personality assessment; Both Nakitta and Rico are very compassionate, highly persuasive, and charismatic. “Nakitta and Rico would rather work on something they are already familiar with, work alone in a quiet place, and complete all of their projects before working on something else. They score results determined that they were an ENFJ, which means Nakitta and Rico are charismatic, compassionate, and highly persuasive (New-York-Random House, 2000)”. “Timberly is innovative, individualistic, versatile, and entrepreneurial. When making a decision, her most considerations
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