Please be sure to view the video of the TED talks and incorporate it in the reply.
Make sure you type the question then answer then repeat for the second question.
Everyone who is part of a workplace starts at some point and then through experience and training moves forward. The latter goes for managers as well. Managers who are new to the position may have to go through trials by fire more or less before getting into a groove that allows team cohesion and production.
For this week after completing the assignments and viewing the video, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f60dheI4ARg discuss what you have learned about how novice managers can be helped with traversing some pitfalls. Share your experiences with examples of how either you or others were able to get through the rookie manager stage. Please find one article that discusses how to be a “great manager” or highlight a “great manager in your views” in business and ensure that the article you select speaks to leadership of a newly forming team or workforce in which the leader developed others, created cohesion and/or the means to encourage productivity. Steve Jobs in the YouTube video speaks of collaboration in the workplace and how to lead this work, you will likely find a correlation between his talk and the work of Buckingham. We will complete more work on the concept of the “great managers” over the next few weeks.
For this week after completing the assignment is focusing on the Walker and Buckingham article and viewing the video.
1.Please discuss what you have learned about how novice managers can be helped with traversing some pitfalls. Share your experiences with examples of how either you or others were able to get through the rookie manager stage.
- Please incorporate one of the videos and also find one scholarly article or a business case that discusses how to be a “great manager” or that presents an example of a “great manager” who (in your view,engages others), leads a newly forming team, or creates cohesion and adds means to encourage productivity or perhaps to even engage in an event. There are many great leaders who get people to follow them, what characteristics and behavior patterns correlate to our readings this week. This is individualized work because what one views as “great” could be the opposite to another person. I suggest that in selecting an article and in the research this week that you also focus on your topic area, so that you can build upon your work for the next paper.