Org.Ethicsrolemodelspaper

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For this week of Organizational Ethics & Social Responsibility, Chapter 8 of week 4, I have chosen to review and respond to the topic of “Management as a Role Model”. I remember one of my first employment opportunities as a young man; this was with a fast food company, KFC, or Kentucky Fried Chicken. I started the job as a team member when I was 17 years old. I was still finishing up high school and already enrolled into college. Immediately upon employment my co-workers became greatly fond of me, and accepted me onto the team, everyone did. This was a job I had no problem with, and so this satisfaction soon poured over my performance within my task of duty. After about two months I was promoted from a team member to the “Team…show more content…
I can imagine other managers facing similar dilemmas to which I have experienced simply because this is something that can occur within any force that contains a structural base and core of management. Obtaining general respect from a group is always a challenging practice, weather it be professional, or just social. I feel this is because, many people don’t perform so well when being told to assist, or instructed, insisted perhaps, by one who was formerly “below” or a bit less experienced on the particular field of action. In compliance with solving the problem I have come to a conclusion of Simple Verbal Communication. Following my short studies of performance at my workplace I continued to notice both petty and distinctive actions coming from my employees, though I did not act on each and every observation individually, I managed to collect a number of so, then later confront the issues by platonically and respectfully addressing the employee or employees who which were relevant to the equation. I no longer had to “tell” someone to do something, they either just happened to be done by the time I came around or I could simply ask again, without a negative or unfriendly response, thus my goal was accomplished, I managed to reincorporate a long lost environment in which was well

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