The paper "How to Develop Skills and Positive Attitude for Success - Course Reflection" is a great example of business coursework. If there is anything in an organization that is unchanging and steadfast, it changes itself. In a business environment, change has been found to be inevitable, and those persons who don’ t want to keep up with organizational change will become irrelevant, and their long-term survivability in the company will be in question. There are situations, things or events that occur that may affect a person, either in a negative or positive way.
There are situations, things or events are called environmental factors or driving forces (Roberto 2005). This unit teaches the student how to develop skills and a positive attitude for success in a company. Whether a student considers himself/herself to have a bad or good attitude, this unit has been developed to help students to be more successful in their/future jobs and life. While we all know there are many factors that may affect individual behavior and their results, this unit has been specifically designed to teach students relevant skills and knowledge to develop a positive that will enable them to succeed in any business environment.
The real reason for this unit is to maximize a student’ s ability to succeed. Task(s) Some of the tasks include: choosing an appropriate method and medium of communication and explaining the problems that might arise when communication is delivered successfully; listening to a radio conversation between two people and try to extract the information which was being discussed between the two people; transposing a piece of information and communicating the main points to fellow team members; and lastly, trying to solve a “ mock” crisis in the team. Learning activities Week 2 In week 2 started with explaining why technology has become a solution for organization meetings, and how online meetings- phone and video conferences- can be used at a convenient time and any location in the organization.
Additionally, it explains how technologies have allowed for deals, policies, and business strategies to be discussed virtually. In this lecture, we examine how technologies (such as text, emails, blogs, messaging, podcasts etc) can be used in business communication (Cutlip, Center & Broom, 2006). In this lecture, we were exposed to the social exchange theory.
Social exchange theory indicates that the major force in interpersonal relationships is to satisfy both parties involved in the interaction self-interest. According to this theory, human interaction can be compared to an economic transaction where a person can seek to minimize costs and maximize rewards. A person is able to reveal his/her information if the cost-rewards ration is acceptable to that person. I learned in a journal that a successful and effective manager needs to be competent in technical, human and political skills.
While Conceptual skills are important at the executive or chief levels, but human skills- which include verbal communication, patience, listening, and the ability to understand the needs of subordinates- have seen to be important in all levels at the organization. I also learned that a person emotional intelligence will come in handy when dealing with other people in business, especially when a person is faced with difficult problems such as closing a deal with a difficult client, a colleague at work, and so forth.
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