Assessing Your Own Leadership Capability and Performance
M5.29 ASSESSING YOUR OWN LEADERSHIP CAPABILITY AND PERFORMANCE
Learner Name | Anton Farrugia | Centre Name | Mdina Partnership | Centre Number | R28231 | Learner Registration No | N51233L41611-08 |
In this review, my own organization’s leadership capabilities and performance will be assessed. This review will be based on Computime Ltd organizational structure and I will be showing my own understanding of the leadership styles within the organisation, reviewing the effectiveness of my own leadership skills but also discuss the adoption of an effective leadership style to motivate staff to finally meet the organizational values and goals.
Computime Ltd is one of the major IT organisations based in …show more content…
Roles and responsibilities are clear and accepted. While in the performing stage, the team is more strategically aware; the team knows clearly why it is doing what it is doing. The team has a shared vision and is able to stand on its own feet with no interference or participation from the leader.
It is often noted that team members within the solution teams are seen shifting between the norming, performing and dorming stages which makes it a real challenge for the team manager to know which best leadership style to use which ultimately has a high impact in achieving the organizational goals. This situation is coherent with Tuckman’s argument, which states that while the team develops maturity and ability and while relationships establish, the leader needs to change the leadership style to be most effective.
Be able to review effectiveness of own leadership capability and performance in meeting organizational values and goals.
Computime has undergone a major restructuring process about one year ago to adopt the matrix structure and as part of this process, all teams at some point went through the forming stage (Bruce Tuckman 1965). For the network solutions team, this was a good opportunity to understand better the team members in various working aspects, and helped to initially bring the team to the norming stage. This involved my own effort as a team leader to