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  • Theory
    development and management training Share with friends Tags Theory of leadership development Theory of management development Theory of persoanl and organisational development Theory of team develoment Useful Articles Theory Home Services Developing Leadership Team Building Management Training Coaching Health and Safety Training ILM Accredited Courses Staff Motivation Graduates Performance Management Mental Resilience Corporate Events Engagement Current Open Courses Online Learning Assessment Centre Developing Talent Managing Change Diagnostic Keynote Speakers About Vision and Purpose Our Story Philosophy Our Staff Awards and Accreditation Our Clients Library Theory Belbin Team Roles Contingency Model of Leadership Distinction Between Personality and Behaviour Emotional Intelligence John Adair s Action Centred Leadership Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs How to Motivate Your Staff Situational Analysis of Management Reddin 3D Theory The Importance of Experiential Learning Useful Articles Achieving a One Team Ethos Effective Communication Exploring the Landscape of Leadership Festival Season Health and Safety the Glastonbury Way Health and Safety UK Fatal Injury Statistics for 2014 2015 The Difference Between Learning Training and Education What Are the Benefits of Having Teams in a Business Environment Location Delivered At Your Venue How to find us Other UK European Venues Our Accommodation Our Training Centre News Contact Contact us Contact

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  • Belbin Team Roles
    people Teamworker interpersonally perceptive and caring who enables individuals to work together but who may be indecisive under pressure Completer Finisher the rules person who dots the i s and crosses the t s and will not give up until the job is satisfactorily completed and who may be a worrier Company worker who implements gets things done to meet goals and who may be somewhat inflexible Resource investigator who is out and about seeking new ideas and exploring opportunities and who may become bored with routine Monitor Evaluator who is judgmental looking for faults and seeking to prevent errors but who may not inspire others Belbin later added a ninth role that of Specialist single minded and dedicated who has unique knowledge but whose contributions are limited to that knowledge For more on team building and developing existing teams visit our team building page Share with friends Tags Belbin Team Roles Team building John Adair s Action Centred Leadership Belbin Team Roles Distinction Between Personality and Behaviour The Importance of Experiential Learning Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs How to Motivate Your Staff Contingency Model of Leadership Emotional Intelligence Situational Analysis of Management Reddin 3D Theory Home Services Developing Leadership Team Building Management Training Coaching Health and Safety Training ILM Accredited Courses Staff Motivation Graduates Performance Management Mental Resilience Corporate Events Engagement Current Open Courses Online Learning Assessment Centre Developing Talent Managing Change Diagnostic Keynote Speakers About Vision and Purpose Our Story Philosophy Our Staff Awards and Accreditation Our Clients Library Theory Belbin Team Roles Contingency Model of Leadership Distinction Between Personality and Behaviour Emotional Intelligence John Adair s Action Centred Leadership Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs How to Motivate Your Staff Situational Analysis of Management Reddin 3D Theory The Importance of Experiential Learning Useful Articles Achieving a One Team

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  • Contingency Model of Leadership
    is academic acrobatics and has no practical application in the real world of management However to attempt to summarise the main points Fiedler s 1967 contingency theory holds that situational factors interact with leader traits and behavior to influence leadership effectiveness According to Fiedler is no ideal leadership behaviour Both task oriented and relationship oriented leaders can be effective if their orientation favorability fits the situation Favorability is determined by Leader Member Relations the respect and trust that followers have for the leader Task Structure the extent to which subordinates responsibilities can be structured and performance measured Leader Position Power the control the leader has over subordinates rewards Fiedler does not hold that leaders can adapt their styles to different situations Since personality is relatively stable Fiedler s contingency model suggests that improving effectiveness requires changing the situation to fit the leader This is called job engineering Share with friends Tags Contingency Model of Leadership John Adair s Action Centred Leadership Belbin Team Roles Distinction Between Personality and Behaviour The Importance of Experiential Learning Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs How to Motivate Your Staff Contingency Model of Leadership Emotional Intelligence Situational Analysis of Management Reddin 3D Theory Home Services Developing Leadership Team Building Management Training Coaching Health and Safety Training ILM Accredited Courses Staff Motivation Graduates Performance Management Mental Resilience Corporate Events Engagement Current Open Courses Online Learning Assessment Centre Developing Talent Managing Change Diagnostic Keynote Speakers About Vision and Purpose Our Story Philosophy Our Staff Awards and Accreditation Our Clients Library Theory Belbin Team Roles Contingency Model of Leadership Distinction Between Personality and Behaviour Emotional Intelligence John Adair s Action Centred Leadership Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs How to Motivate Your Staff Situational Analysis of Management Reddin 3D Theory The Importance of Experiential Learning Useful Articles Achieving a One

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  • Distinction Between Personality and Behaviour
    are said to have no personality The word in everyday speech tends to have an evaluative meaning and refers to the degree to which we are attracted repelled or bored by another person This is not the way that the effective manager or behavioural scientist uses the word Predictability There is no single accepted definition of the word personality However a very good one is that given by Wright the relatively stable and enduring aspects of individuals which distinguish them from other people and form the basis of our predictions concerning their future behaviour The last point is the most important Since we seek predictability we seek to learn those things about our fellow beings that will enable us to predict what they will do in given situations The better we know them the more likely we are to be able to make such a prediction Personality in this sense is not about social skills It is not about evaluation It is about seeking those aspects of a person which can be said to account for their behaviour and predict it in the future Some researchers hold that personality becomes fixed by age 5 This is most unlikely and current research indicates that our attitudes belief systems and aspirations components of personality while difficult to change continue to adapt during life However if the word personality means anything it must refer to those more stable motivations to our actions Why is an Understanding of the Difference So Important Well self awareness in terms of preferred behaviours is the fundamental facet of all exceptional leaders If you know what your preferred behaviours are then you can adapt and chnage these depending on the situation and the individuals you are dealing with A good example of where this is of use is

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  • Emotional Intelligence
    it is to advise Captain Jean Luc Picard on the emotional world that surrounds him The android character Data has all the logical intelligence but none of the emotional intelligence and both are vital as advisers and support to our hero Theories As have I said this is nothing really new The idea exists in the work of Elias Porter of Meredith Belbin and indeed Maslow However what is new is that researchers have been able to measure emotional intelligence and correlate it with managerial and leadership success Does it make a Difference to the Bottom Line It appears that emotional intelligence skills make the greatest difference in performance at work greater than logical intelligence It has been said that nearly 70 of organisational culture and climate is created by the nature of the leader and that up to 30 of business results stem from the culture that is created Increasing management emotional intelligence has been claimed to increase productivity by up to 200 a lot and sales people with high emotional intelligence skills sell twice their emotional intelligence challenged colleagues Indeed an absence of emotional intelligence skills has been said to account for the eventual failure of even the apparently most brilliant leaders Why should anyone be surprised by this Organisations are composed of people Business is done between people People have values and therefore emotions Decisions have to take account of them and major ones are usually made on the basis of them Share with friends Tags Emotional Intelligence John Adair s Action Centred Leadership Belbin Team Roles Distinction Between Personality and Behaviour The Importance of Experiential Learning Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs How to Motivate Your Staff Contingency Model of Leadership Emotional Intelligence Situational Analysis of Management Reddin 3D Theory Home Services Developing Leadership Team Building Management

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  • John Adair's Action Centred Leadership
    develops teams and productivity and is the mark of a successful manager and leader John Adair s Action Centred Leadership model is represented by Adair s three circles diagram which illustrates Adair s three core management responsibilities achieving the task managing the team or group managing individuals Share with friends Tags John Adair s Action Centred Leadership John Adair s Action Centred Leadership Belbin Team Roles Distinction Between Personality and Behaviour The Importance of Experiential Learning Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs How to Motivate Your Staff Contingency Model of Leadership Emotional Intelligence Situational Analysis of Management Reddin 3D Theory Home Services Developing Leadership Team Building Management Training Coaching Health and Safety Training ILM Accredited Courses Staff Motivation Graduates Performance Management Mental Resilience Corporate Events Engagement Current Open Courses Online Learning Assessment Centre Developing Talent Managing Change Diagnostic Keynote Speakers About Vision and Purpose Our Story Philosophy Our Staff Awards and Accreditation Our Clients Library Theory Belbin Team Roles Contingency Model of Leadership Distinction Between Personality and Behaviour Emotional Intelligence John Adair s Action Centred Leadership Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs How to Motivate Your Staff Situational Analysis of Management Reddin 3D Theory The Importance of Experiential Learning Useful Articles Achieving

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  • Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs - How to Motivate Your Staff
    to feel good about themselves ii the need to be recognised for their achievement Self Realisation Needs i the need for personal fulfilment ii the need to grow and develop Maslow believes that people would not move on down this list to be motivated by the next set of needs until the previous set s had been satisfied here s a short video which illustrates Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs by drawing on clips from the Disney film Up How to Motivate Your Staff Our Training Courses and Workshops Motivational Leadership Motivational Team Development Walking the Talk with Polar Explorers Institute of Leadership Management Awards ILM Effective Communication Skills to Motivate Your Staff Building High Performing Teams with Team Building Courses There are other theories in a similar vein to Maslow Alderfer s Theory Another theory by Alderfer categorised these needs into three categories existence needs relatedness needs growth needs Good Leaders Recognise People are Different Leaders and managers need to have this level of understanding if they are to be in a position to motivate their staff However to be a good leader and manager you need to recognise that people are different To display the traits of a good leader you need to recognise that some people come to work to earn money existence needs and have no desire either to get on with others relatedness needs or earn promotion growth needs Others work to meet people and have a personal challenge and sense of achievement relatedness needs Others work to gain experience to get promotion growth needs For others it maybe a combination of these Motivation People with Existence Needs Pay people enough Workplace safe and good environment Incentives employee of the month Set goals Treat people as individuals Motivating People with Relatedness Needs Show respect Delegate give responsibility Give recognition Communicate Involve people in decision making Encourage ideas Praise people Get to know people Team building days and office away days Celebrate success Motivating People with Growth Needs Offer support to complete new tasks Give staff and employees a challenge Work should be made interesting Encourage people to think for themselves Keep people informed Ask people what motivates them Stretch people with new work Offer training where possible How Do you Know When Staff and Employees are Demotivated Increased sickness Increased absenteeism Late Poor quality of work Lack of communication Attitude Frustration Why Do People Become Demotivated Lack of recognition Boredom Lack of involvement Not being listened to Lack of encouragement Lack of training No delegation Criticism Too much work How to Motivate Your Staff Our Training Courses and Workshops Motivational Leadership Motivational Team Development Walking the Talk with Polar Explorers Institute of Leadership Management Awards ILM Effective Communication Skills to Motivate Your Staff For more information visit the Call of the Wild website for personal and organisational development Amazon co uk Widgets Share with friends Tags How to Motivate Your Staff Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs Motivate Your Staff Training Courses and Workshops John Adair

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  • Situational Analysis of Management - Reddin 3D Theory
    Task Orientation the extent to which a manager directs his or her subordinates efforts towards goal attainment characterised by planning organising and controlling Relationships Orientation the extent to which a manager has personal job relationships characterised by mutual trust respect for subordinates ideas and consideration for their feelings Effectiveness the extent to which a manager achieves the output requirements of his or her position It is important to notice that Reddin s research led him to the view that degrees of relationships orientation and degrees of task orientation were independent of effectiveness that either could be correlated with success dependent upon the situation As Reddin said Some managers have learned that to be effective they must sometimes create an atmosphere which will induce self motivation among their subordinates and sometimes act in ways that appear either hard or soft At other times they must quietly efface themselves for a while and appear to do nothing It would seem more accurate to say then that any basic style of management may be used more or less effectively depending upon the situation For more information visit the Call of the Wild website Share with friends Tags Reddin 3D Theory Situational Analysis of Management John Adair s Action Centred Leadership Belbin Team Roles Distinction Between Personality and Behaviour The Importance of Experiential Learning Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs How to Motivate Your Staff Contingency Model of Leadership Emotional Intelligence Situational Analysis of Management Reddin 3D Theory Home Services Developing Leadership Team Building Management Training Coaching Health and Safety Training ILM Accredited Courses Staff Motivation Graduates Performance Management Mental Resilience Corporate Events Engagement Current Open Courses Online Learning Assessment Centre Developing Talent Managing Change Diagnostic Keynote Speakers About Vision and Purpose Our Story Philosophy Our Staff Awards and Accreditation Our Clients Library Theory Belbin

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