Directing in a Cooperative

Professor/Program Coordinator à Private and State Universities
27 Aug 2011

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Directing in a Cooperative

  1. Directing Prepared by Jo B. Bitonio Presenter/Discussant Directing
  2. Directing Leading Influencing Actuating Motivating Inducing Delegating Directing
  3. Motivation Skill SELF MOTIVATION . First be motivated yourself and demonstrate that energy to others through your positive goal oriented actions. Being motivated yourself attracts others with similar attitude. Because of your action other people are motivated to join in (positive contamination) Finding the Spark do I just need a moment to recharge? Directing
  4. Types of Leadership Directing
  5. A good leader uses all three styles, depending on what forces are involved between the followers, the leader, and the situation. Some examples include: 1. Using an authoritarian style on a new employee who is just learning the job. The leader is competent and a good coach. The employee is motivated to learn a new skill. The situation is a new environment for the employee Directing
  6. 2. Using a participative style with a team of workers who know their job. The leader knows the problem well, but he wants to create a team where the employees take ownership of the project. The employees know their jobs and want to become part of the team. The situation allows time. Directing
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  8. Likert's 'Systems' of Management System 1 Exploitive authoritative Based on centralized commands, no communication and the use of threats and coercion to ensure compliance System 2 Benevolent authoritative Little communication, uses financial 'carrot' rather than 'stick'. System 3 Consultative. Some trust and involvement, decisions are still centralized but take employees views into account System 4 Participative Complete trust, employees involved in goal setting, substantial communication and teamwork. Directing
  9. Are your people overmanaged or underled? management issues or leadership issues ? Directing
  10. Communication Style Ref. CUDCC Result of Communication Process Direction- It takes people Effect on Recipient Retaliation Destroys + communication Against each other Degrading Domination Destroys open communication Over each other Intimidating Isolation Destroys hope of communication Away Frustrating Cooperation Develops + & open communication With each other Encouraging Directing
  11. Decision making is making a choice in achieving a goal. Making the best choices consistently is the key to success in life. Making decisions can be tough, so avoiding decisions may seem easier at times. Making your own decisions is the only way to take charge of your life. No one makes the right decision every time, but by developing your decision-making skills, you can increase your success rate! Decision Making Skills Directing
  12. Restoring enthusiasm in your employees has nothing to do with management and there’s no hard rule on how to maintain a project’s momentum. If you are not recognizing these moments , which happens daily in a dynamic organization, your people are underled . Directing
  13. Effective leaders are not tolerant of a lot of half baked projects as part of the cost of doing business. They are attuned to every shifting momentum of a project. If there’s a setback, they don’t wait for their employees to correct it. They see the dangerous moment and find a way to rally the troops to overcome it. Directing
  14. Be Proactive - Don't blame other people and events for your problems. Instead, be proactive so that it doesn't happen again. "Pity Parties" do not make you more productive because you are too busy pointing the finger at someone (or something) else. Directing