Currently I do my best to avoid giving constructive criticism because I dont

Currently i do my best to avoid giving constructive

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criticism because it can help them improve in the future. Currently I domy best to avoid giving constructive criticism because I don’t want to hurt people’s feelings, but I understand it is something that I have to work on.ObjectivesI provide others with clear feedback, reinforcing positive contributions, clarifying and confronting as is helpful I help groups maintain discipline and direction toward achievement, while suggesting ways in which all membersof a group can participate I evaluate progress, process and products, holding them up to comparison with standards or expectations I believe that the course content will allow for me to learn more skills beneficial for me to be a successful leader, and it will be significant to my personal growth and development in my current career position. By learning more leadership skills and strategies on how to lead a team to be successful, it will help me be a better manager, and it can provide me with opportunities for advancement in the company. Eventually I would like to take on a more prominent management role, but I hope that will come once I graduate. I know that what I learn throughout the duration of this semester, that I will apply my learning to my job, as I know leadership is a beneficial trait tohave. 5
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PLP 2 - Reflections on Leadership 1.Write down the names of three (3) people who have significantly impacted you. Provide a brief description of each person and explain why you chose her or him as being particularly impactful. 2. Under each name, identify a total of three to five (3-5) skills, traits, qualities, and/or approaches that they each demonstrated that had a positive impact on you. 3. Review the list and determine whether the actions were predominantly management-oriented in nature or leadership- oriented (i.e., identify with an ‘M’ or ‘L’). Here, think back to the leader-manager discussion in unit 1. 4. Focus on those that you identified as predominantly Leadership attributes (‘L’). 5. Beside each of your noted points of significance, identify whether those that positively impacted you were more predominantly related to his or her: (a) ‘Head’ (e.g., knowledge, etc.); (b) ‘Heart’ (e.g., relationship with you, respectfulness, ability to empower or motivate, etc.); or (c) ‘Hands’ (e.g., action, approach, behaviour, etc.). 6.Determine whether your total list is more predominantly categorized by Head, Heart, or Hands – or a combination of these attributes. What does this tell you about what you need, value, orbenefit from in terms of leadership - both yours and others’?
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