YOU DO NOT HAVE TO USE THE ABOVE REFERENCES, BUT IF YOU LOOK THEM UP AND THEY ARE USEFUL THAT IS FINE TOO. I DON’T REMEMBER WHY I THOUGHT THEY WOULD BE GOOD. I JUST PASTED THEM ON HERE AT THE TIME.
1.Introduction – what is the purpose of the paper
2.Background to the organization
3.Based on the interviews what are the successes and issues with the four areas
4.aSuggestions about ways to fix the problems based on model 1
Strengths weaknesses – why is this the best to use.
Apply model 1. to problem
4.bModel 2 info- same as model 1
Like I said another format could be better if you and your colleagues think so. Some ideas to think about below. They may help give you some food for thought or you may want to go another direction.
Clearly, how leaders behave affects their performance. Researchers have realized, though, that many of these leadership behaviors are appropriate at different times. The best leaders are those who can use many different behavioral styles, and choose the right style for each situation.
– top down communication not as effective. Two-way communication more effective. Better communication may lead to higher morale higher morale may lead to better innovation and performance. Need at least two theories or theorists to back this type of rationale up in the paper.
Approachable- leaders should be approachable – first step in effective communication is to be approachable
Not Being Assertive enough could have drawbacks (in opposition to Follett and Maslow’s theories)
I took the below from a site called Mindtools. It may even help you with your future assignments. Of course this website isn’t allowed as a scholarly source but it does give some good insights I think.
is about stating what you need, while considering the wants and needs of others.
You may not always get your way when you’re assertive, but you stand a better chance of doing so, or of reaching a compromise, because you’ve been clear about your needs. Use our Bite-Sized Training session on Assertiveness Skills to identify your needs, and to practice assertive communication.
Assertiveness also means saying “no” when you need to. Our article “‘Yes’ to the Person, ‘No’ to the Task”
explains how to turn down requests gently but assertively, while maintaining good relationships.
If you use a “one-size-fits-all” approach to communication, you may overlook people’s different personalities, needs and expectations. In fact, your communications need to address those differences as much as possible.
If you’re preparing a presentation, make sure that you appreciate that people have different learning styles
, and that you cater for these. This means that everyone – from those who learn best by reading to those who prefer a more hands-on approach – can benefit from your session.