THE WORK ASSIGNMENT

THE WORK ASSIGNMENT - THE WORK ASSIGNMENT CASE ANALYSIS I....

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THE WORK ASSIGNMENT CASE ANALYSIS I. Statement of the Problem: The action Pardini should take with regards to the leadership issue raised by the incident. II. Objectives: A. To be able to determine the leadership issue that was raised by the incident. B. To be able to do courses of action in relation to the path-goal model of leadership and the contingency approaches to leadership. C. To be able to develop set of implications on such incident that shall be applied to real life situations. III.Alternative courses of action A. List, examine and reevaluate your leadership style. B. Invite your employees to help you make your actions more consistent. C. Search for ways in which you could be using features from the more advanced models. D. Resolve to be more open, transparent and ethical. E. Make a decision now as to how you might handle such request should it arise. F. Explore ways to reduce such close scrutiny and control. IV. Courses of Action A. You have to be comfortable dealing with people. B. You should motivate to strive and achieve the goals of the organization C. Empower the employees V. Conclusion The behaviors within the organizations have been found to account for some of the organization’s overall performance. Empower others with your thoughts and actions. Regardless of your economic status, educational
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status or career, everyone responds favorably to kind words. Empowering others benefits both the giver and the
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