Manage Personal Development Report

Added on - 21 Apr 2020

  • 11

    pages

  • 2008

    words

  • 2

    views

  • 0

    downloads

Showing pages 1 to 4 of 11 pages
Running head: MANAGEMENT0MANAGE PERSONALDEVELOPMENT
MANAGEMENT1Table of ContentsTask 1:.............................................................................................................................................2Position description of Max:........................................................................................................2Goals of max:...............................................................................................................................2Alignment of goals to the organisational objectives....................................................................3Activities for completing work goals:..........................................................................................3Prioritizing the activities:.............................................................................................................4Personal work development plan:................................................................................................4Task 2:.............................................................................................................................................5Professional development plan:...................................................................................................7References:......................................................................................................................................9
MANAGEMENT2Task 1:Position description of Max:Title: Floor managerDepartment: managementReporting to: General ManagerEmployment status: regularJob responsibilities and duties:Managing the teams under himResolving conflicts amongst the team membersFraming the goals and objectives of the team that area aligned with the company’s visionand missionHelping the staff in performing their tasksMotivating the employees of the team(Brown et al. 2014, 835-843)Skill and qualifications requirement:Knowledge of the restaurant industry, team management skills, conflict resolution skills,technical skills, time management, leadership skills etc.Goals of max:Short term goals: The immediate goal of Max at the restaurant is to develop theknowledge of food that has been served at the restaurants.
MANAGEMENT3Medium term goals: this is the goal that suggests that Max has to learn about the latestinnovations in the world cuisines.Long term goals: the long term of goal of Max is to learn about the restaurantmanagement so that this knowledge can be implanted by him when he opens his ownrestaurant.Alignment of goals to the organisational objectives:As far as the goals are concerned, it has been analysed that Max have to develop the knowledgeabout the food that has been served at the restaurant at immediate basis. This does not directlyaffect the organisational goals (Cottrell, 2014). The next gaol is to learn about the worldinnovative cuisine. Those leanings can help the restaurants to develop the same as this is themajor objective of the company to be developed as the innovative restaurant in the world cuisine.Activities for completing work goals:Short term goals:Some of the activities that need to be conducted in order to achieve this short term goals are:Trainings from higher management: this will help Max to develop the knowledge aboutthe different services and the products that are served in the restaurant.Interactions with the employees of other departments(Fater , 2013,101-105)Medium term goals:Attending the different food seminars: it has been analysed that Max has to developknowledge about the various innovative cuisines. Attending the seminars helps him toknow about the innovations that are happening all over the world in the field of foodcuisines (Johnson, 2014).Learning from visiting the local market of different areas: this also helps in understandingthe innovative cuisines and dishes that are served by the local restaurants in the market.
desklib-logo
You’re reading a preview
card-image

To View Complete Document

Become a Desklib Library Member.
Subscribe to our plans

Download This Document