What I Am A Good Manager For Myself, My Employees, And My Organization

1314 WordsMay 4, 20176 Pages
In this conflict management course I have learned and begun to utilize the tools that I need to become a good manager for myself, my employees, and my organization. With these tools I have come to find out what I am good at and what I need to work on. As I embark on this career path each piece of knowledge becomes crucial to my future success. The first tool that I learned a substantial amount from is the Myers Briggs. I had previously taken the Myer Briggs during y ungraduated degree and I had a slightly different result, ESFJ as opposed to my current ESFP. I think the main different in myself for this change is my current job which I did not have then but have had for the past five years. I have learned that I am not good at judging…show more content…
If I am fighting for my own interests I tend to just back down because I am not competitive and typically whatever it is not that important to me. One of my favorite tools from this chapter is the conflict prevention aspect. This helps me know what to look for from my employees and allows me to take these aspects and take them into consideration to prevent issues from arising so that I don’t have to deal with them in the future. Mainly, I will utilize the rules for a collaborative organization: everyone comes and expresses any issues in a manner or trying to solve them not just sulking and make decisions together. This will establish trusting relationships that will make our team more functional and successful. This type of functional team is what I strive for which is why I believe in the equity principle in a certain sense. I understand that not everyone on my team makes equal pay but I accept them to contribute in each of their own ways. With our work team we each know our pieces that we contribute and as long as each of us does just that our team will be successful. With this type of team it is easy to be preventive and I find I utilize framing in a lot of situations. This usually gets me the optimum outcome with little effort but my mantra has recently become under promise and over deliver. I use this with my team and just as my own belief. I want to make sure that clients and their families are always feeling like they received everything
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