A second strength would be an individualized consideration provided to each team member with a focus on self-interest which as a key advantage to accomplishing good work. My team trusts my guidance as their leader because they know that in the end I have their success as individuals in mind. Over time I have proven to them that I have no personal agenda to adhere to and therefore the decisions I make with regard to them are solely for their benefit. I am able to delegate tasks to individuals that I believe are willing and excited to accept the task at hand, whether they believe they are ready or not. It is my belief in others to rise to any challenge that fuels my strength as a leader. Only when they do not succeed, do I find it necessary to intervene and take action. This foundation of trust is also vital to my success as a leader.
Other strengths that I exhibit include being structured, responsible, articulate, task-oriented, determined, confident, effective planner, visionary, and possessing the ability to manage resources effectively. Being structured allows me to set parameters that we can all work within to achieve the overall company goals. Structure builds bonds and a sense of cohesiveness in the workplace. This type of unity will be necessary for the success of the organization. We can all work towards common goals if clear goals are outlined for everyone. The other strengths will all work together as well.
My psychological strength is perseverance to attain worthy goals, to stay focused in the moment when it counts, to get the job done regardless of the setbacks, to remain true to myself and my team, to walk the talk, to be humble when attaining success and to remain dedicated, determined, and disciplined when experiencing setback, obstacles, and mistakes.
In addition to my personal challenges my personal strengths interfer. A personal strength I have is talking , I love sharing my opinion. Another personal strength I have is giving good advice because I love helping people solve their problem or help make their lives easier. Lastly another personal strength I have is just listening because I am a good person to vent to because I don’t judge. Therefore I always spread positivity and lean a hand.
Two areas where I believe I am personally strong are, I can accept self responsibility, since I was a young man I was thought that I am the victim of my own action or inaction as it where, it is a value I learned from my parents. Also life long learning is something I am a firm believer in, I stay open minded at all times and I'm not afraid to change my position on a subject if facts support it. I fact the very nature of my work requires it, when projects are thrown at you one after the other, you must adapt your abilities to each one, it also helps with troubleshooting an issue, I have the ability to step back and tackle problem from different angle.
The most popular and extensively researched situational theory of leadership was first proposed by Fred Piedler during the 1960s. Fiedler's model claims that group performance depends on the interaction of the leader style and the favorableness of the situation. Fiedlers major contributions consist of(l) iden-tifying the leadership orientation of the leader and developing a way to measure it, and (2) identifying three situational factors influencing leadership and developing a method of measuring them
My current strengths include; my honesty and passion towards my work. I have always been positive and confident regarding my aims and targets. Along with these, I am a good decision maker, due to which I can make right and quick decisions. Moreover, I have ability to motivate others and do team work. I am also a responsible person, when I make a target; I work day and night to achieve my goal.
My greatest personal strength is that I am comfortable speaking to large groups. This will enable me to clearly give information and guide the ensemble effectively in any situation.
I have two strengths that I can bring to an organization that can dramatically change the landscape of the business or help increase profits rapidly. The first strength I bring to an organization is my ability to coach and train my employees/team with an open and honest review system. By regularly performing reviews and delivering
The profile demonstrates solid ethics and efficient communications traits that create a safe and trusting atmosphere. These aspects show commitment to justice, instilling confidence that makes followers honor the guidelines issued. Clear communication of the expectations prevents blindsiding other members and guarantees that all people are on a similar page. Provision of a safe environment ensures that the followers can relax, engage highly socially, and become innovative, creative and ambitious. Effective communication skills enhance real engagement with the daily operations. However, I have to perfect the communication relations with all people to ensure that each participant is well informed. Knowing the team and looking out for their wellness shows recognition of the significance of sincerity in caring for the workers.
Imagine what would happen if the company elects not to invest in training leaders; the employee is going to feel as if their effort goes unnoticed and revert into the ‘Critter State’. The employee will not want to stay with the company for much longer. That is why it’s so important for leaders to be aware of the environment they create and ensure that employee feel valued enabling the ‘Smart State’ of the employee to come out. A leader that is trained will ensure that employees are full aware that they are valued and important to the company.
The first and last task of the leader is to keep hope alive. (J. W. Gardner)
Chapter sixteen discusses various leadership theories which can implemented by leaders to achieve success. The choice of leadership theory differs from leader to leader as they possess different vision and way of managing. A theory isn 't always perfect in itself, it is the endless effort of the leaders which makes the theory a perfect one. Two approaches of leadership that I prefer are Situational Leadership Theory and Servant Leadership Theory. Among many theories I prefer these two because I tend to practice those principles most of the time and I assume these are theories that I truly tend to continue in a long run.
Branching from this is what I also believe to be my second strength: having genuine hope. I’ve been fortunate to work at being an optimistic individual, often times relating myself to the “hope” bird that is mentioned in Emily Dickinson’s poem “Hope is the thing with feathers.” Because of this, I’ve had the fortune to experience the positive emotions as well, something which I believe is important when working with clients as I think it’s a common occurrence where hope and happiness are often thought of as a distant memory when times are
The biggest strength I have is to be creative with the situation that I am given. This in not only a skill that suggest that one can synthesize material to give it a sense of authenticity, but also can adapt and accommodate in the moment. Even the best planners can have a poor classroom dynamic; the rigidity of these classes is what prevents them from engaging students in the moment. I genuinely believe in effective planning and mythology but I also believe in breaking from the script and to accommodate the needs of learners in creative ways.