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Developing Your Team Assignment 3: Developing Your Team Tammy Barnett Lummus BUS302: Management Concepts Professor Linda Hester September 1, 2019
Developing Your Team Introduction Excitement, excitement! My new promotion to a management position within the company I work for put the responsibility of developing a diverse team. The development is a big responsibility and will hold many challenges that will break through during my leadership role. Exhibiting great work habits allows a chance at a management position and makes one value to the company. My worth and ability shine at the point. My focus will be overseeing my team's work and helping them thrive by the transformation of failures into accomplishments. Being the new manager and having direct responsibility, my primary purpose is straightforward. For me, the primary purpose will be creating specific short-term goals and objectives that are realistic and achievable for my team. A high starting point for newly hired managers is the creation of a strategic plan that begins with feedback, planning, organization, and motivation. The new approaches I will implement will use fewer resources and increase the company’s financial stability, which is beneficial for the company’s revenues. Creating a Diverse Team with Different Strengths From the minute my team is put together, the strengths of every team member will be applied individually. This task will be accomplished by my recognition of each member's unique power and then to work around their essential skills. The vital skills will consist of performance, productivity, retention, and employee engagement. One scenario for my diverse team with different strengths as a team member that has good quality communication skills that include written, verbal, and listening. Their written skills consist of writing useful emails, reports, and

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