Performance Management - Doc
Added on - 21 Apr 2020
1Running head: PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENTPerformance ManagementName of student:Name of university:Author note:
2PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENTA team leader is required to demonstrate a set of skills to ensure maximal utilisationof resources and accomplishment of organisational goals. The three most significant skillsand behaviours that a team leader is to demonstrate are communication, time management,leadership ability. My performance as a team leader in the organisation I have been workinghad been analysed in relation to these three behaviours as some of the notable performancemanagement metrics. The paper would discuss the effectiveness of the metrices that wereemployed for understanding my performance. Further, recommendations have been placedregarding how the metrices can be improved.The most important trait that a team leader must have is effective communicationskills. Leaders are to communicate effectively and in a clear manner, both verbally an inwritten form. Communication leads to employee motivation and fulfilment of organisationalgoals (Aguinis, 2013). Such skills allow leaders to present the exact expectations that theorganisation has from the team members. Effective communication skills allow the teammembers to understand the input that is expected from them by the team leader. I had beenassessed for my ability to coordinate and direct the comprehensive set of activitiesundertaken by my team members, and my ability to motivate team members throughcommunication.Since leaders have a wide range of responsibilities at a time, they must exhibit propertime management skills. As a team leader, one must ensure that time is managedappropriately to complete all tasks within the set deadline (Van Dooren et al., 2015). I havebeen adjudged on the basis of my time management skills that looked into my ability tomanage the team members, look for new opportunities and juggle delegated taskssimultaneously. The rationale behind this is that time management is effective in reducingorganisational costs for training and promoting enhanced team training. Further, adequateworking processes can be fulfilled.