Answer at least 2 of these questions comprehensively and complete a reply response to at least two students. You also must Include relevant biblical principles In your initial posting and discuss management functions relating to planning, organizing, leading, controlling, managing, or ethics. “Happy Is the man who finds wisdom, and the man who gains understanding;” Proverbs 3:13 (NIB) If a famous executive or sports figure were to give a passionate motivational speech, trying to persuade people to work harder, what do you think the impact would be?
Why? If a famous executive or sports figure were to give a passionate motivational speech trying to persuade people to work harder, I think that the impact would be positive if the famous executive could relate to the audience. If the executive or sports figure was of relation and could share experiences that individuals in the audience could see themselves doing or if the speaker was in the same shoes as the audience at a given point, it would impact members of the audience to work harder. A passionate motivational speaker has to understand the needs of the people.
If a famous executive Inherited wealth and status such as Paris Hilton or Kim Sardinian I think the audience would not be able to relate because of socialites are simply famous for being famous. An Individual such as Hilton would not understand the needs or wants of the people because they were with all needs and wants met. If the executive or sports figure experienced hardships and made tremendous strides in social and economic statuses it would be a success story. People have different needs energize and motivating them toward different goals and reinforces.
The extent to which and the ways in which a person’s needs are met or not met at work affect his or her behavior on the job. (Bateman p. 480) An individual’s also has to believe that he or she can complete a task as well. New International Version – 2 Corinthians 5:1 1 Since, then, we know what it is to fear the Lord, we try to persuade others. What we are Is plain to God, and I hope it is also plain to your conscience. Provide examples of how outcomes perceived as unfair can decrease motivation, Then discuss how procedural Justice, or fair process, can help overcome the negative effects.
Mangers aligning themselves with specific staff members or individuals with similar likes can decrease motivation. Cliques in the workplace should not exist. Majority rules, minority rights should also be noticed perhaps. The key is for people to believe that managers provide procedural Justice?using fair process in decision making and helping others know that the process was as fair as possible. When people perceive procedural fairness, they are more likely to support decisions and decision makers. (Bateman p. 491) Being fair will help gain the trust and the confidence of your staff.
Being truthful can contribute to your reputation being protected and staff supporting decisions of management and not rebelling. References Bateman. , &Snell, T. , &Scott. (2013). Management : Leading & Collaborating In the Competitive World [Voluptuous bookshelf version]. Retrieved from http:// online. Evaluator’s. Com/books/007704350X/page/502 to at least two students. You also must include relevant biblical principles in your leading, controlling, managing, or ethics. “l have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.
John 16:33 (NIB) Consider the various roles members have to perform for a team to be effective. Which roles would play to you strengths and which to your weaknesses? How can you become a better team member? How can you become a better team member? I can become a better team member by getting to know individuals in the group and being able to communicate with individuals on their specific level. I will also get to know the needs and wants of the group members and work toward accomplishing a common goal. I will also want to know why individuals think the way think. I can become a better team member by being a good listener and communicator.
As stated in the text a real team is formed of people (usually a small number) with complementary skills who trust one another and are committed to a common purpose, common performance goals, and a common approach for which they hold themselves mutually accountable. (Bateman, 505) Where ever a team member is lacking, I will be there to support and strengthen his or her weaknesses. I hope that the relationship will be mutually beneficial to all parties involved. I will also know my role on the team and do work accordingly. Proverbs 27:17 ESP.- Iron sharpens iron, and one man sharpens another.
Irons sharpens iron is the approach I will use to make myself become a better team member. Sometimes we encounter situations in which people are not speaking a common language on an issue. How do you deal with others who do not speak the same language as you? When an individual is not speaking the same language, I tend to find commonalities. When individuals are not speaking a common language I approach the issue in a non-combative manner. I also make an attempt to convince the individual to see things my way on an issue. Whether they are convinced or not, I thank them for listening to what I have or had to say.