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Week Two Employee Portfolio: Management Plan for 3 employees.

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Week Two Employee Portfolio: Management Plan The characteristics that person #1 might have may affect the performance organization by influencing others or not wanting to progress to a position status. Therefore, this employee must endure the right attitude to reflect the fundamental values, self-interest, and by identifying with other individuals. Person #1 must be vocal and express their thoughts and aspirations to shape their behavior. As a manager I recommend additional assessment to conclude what is their job satisfaction level. By understanding these factors it would describe a positive feeling about a job. It is important to be understood what provides positive feelings and low-level negative feelings. Also we recommend more job involvement because this would enhance the level of attitude toward the assigned tasks and duties. It is importance to be involved because we can identify strong and show that we care about the kind of work we do. When analyzing person #1 performance throughout the year, we recommend commitment to the organization. Commitment to the organization forces allegiance or obligation to the organization, which prevents absenteeism moves forward productivity. In addition, it promotes loyalty because employees feel a certain appreciation, which allows emotional attachment as the time and organization grows. ...read more.

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To motivate and improve the level of satisfaction in the organization, managers are interested in understanding attitudes and satisfaction level. As an organization we want to keep resignations and absences down and keep motivate employees. We are interested in understanding what makes your job interesting and challenging. Moreover would like to measure how you feel about, contribution of work to organization's business goals, job security, and management recognition of employee job performance, compensation/pay, and job-specific training. Further, as we evolve as an organization, we want to empower and motivate our key employees into decision makers, leaders, motivators, and innovators. Issues that we want to improve upon are interpersonal skills, nay Sayers, and open-up progressive communication with immediate managers and organization. As we develop each employee, it is essential to focus on each strength, weaknesses, and interest. The organization is focused in making all employees content and passionate and continues to invest on high performers. Person #3 The characteristics that person #3 might have may affect on the performance organization by having no interest in the organization and sees the company as unwanted task. Therefore, this employee must endure the right mind-set to reflect the fundamental values, attitude, and develop a sense of comfort within the organization. ...read more.

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71 Decision maker Not enthusiastic What is My Emotional Intelligence Score? 45 Able to adapt to the different environment Others affect the motivation level Am I engaged? 40 Being able to camouflage what the true feelings are Unsatisfied Management recommendations: Person #1 needs to focus on what their passion is and continue to strive for excellence, despite what others think and do. Employee name: ____Person #2________________ Self-Assessment Results Summary Strengths Weaknesses How Satisfied Am I with My Job? 71 Creative Does not show any interest on the job What is My Emotional Intelligence Score? 38 Able to understand the surroundings Demotivates easily Am I engaged? 21 Listens effectively Would not express how they feel Management recommendations: Focus on strength and see where they stand within the organization. Be more vocal. Employee name: ____Person #3________________ Self-Assessment Results Summary Strengths Weaknesses How Satisfied Am I with My Job? 71 flexible Very negative What is My Emotional Intelligence Score? 38 Rolling up their sleeves and adapt to the environment Cannot accept others for performing a certain way Am I engaged? 30 Lack of focus No team involvement Management recommendations: Provide an opportunity to know other employees, participate on weekly meetings. Reference Robbins, S.P., Judge, T.A., (2011). Chapter Three: 'Attitudes and Job Satisfaction'. , Organizational Behavior. 14th ed. Pearson Education. pp. (14-15). ?? ?? ?? ?? Running head: Employee Portfolio: Management Plan 1 ...read more.

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