Organisational Behaviour and Management Report

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Leadership:Leadership plays the most crucial for in effective development ofan organisation. The actions taken by a leaders assure the attainment ofdesired business requirements. A high level of attention required by leaderson increasing the employees' performance and productivity byimplementing suitable practices. Further, it is demanded that they shouldpossess relevant skills and abilities to lead the business groups. Along withthis, effective leaders aim on gaining trust of workers so that work can bemanaged effectively.Different leadership styles:Autocratic leadershipDemocratic leadershipStrategic leadershipTransformational leadershipTeam leadershipLaissez Faire leadershipORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR AND MANAGEMENT OF PEOPLEEmployee engagement and commitment:Employee engagement is referred as the key factor assured by an establishment tomanage the organisational behaviour. Under this, entities aim on managing right conditions forall the people working in the company. In this order, responsive person mainly HR takeseffective actions to involve them in the important talks of organisation. These practices develop asense of commitment within the workforce. This, in turn, helps in motivating employees bysatisfying their recognition needs. This is further helpful in increasing their work performancewhich benefits in increasing the business value.Benefits of engaging employees and making them committed:Increased level of employee retention.Decreased employee termination.Improvised work performance.Higher productivity and profitability of organisation.More motivated and satisfied employees. REFERENCESAlbdour, A. A. and Altarawneh, I.I., 2014. Employee engagement and organizationalcommitment: Evidence from Jordan.International Journal of Business.19(2). p.192.Goodhue, D., 2017. Team-Building Professional Development.Exploring the Impact of theDissertation in Practice .pp.165.Major roles and responsibilities of leaders:High level of communication with workforce.Effective work management skills.Guiding employees by making use of relevant resources.Developing effective relations among employees.To co-ordinate between employees and organisational requirements.Team DevelopmentThe practices of combining employees in such a manner that theircollaborative work benefits the entity is termed as team development. This isthe most important action taken by an organisation to manage the workingenvironment. There are different elements which are ensured by it such as itencourages co-operation, interdependence and trust building in the teammembers.Team Development stagesStage 1- Forming: Formal interaction between team takes place. Stage 2- Storming: Members keeps working by considering thedifferences rather than similarities.Stage 3- Norming: Self-identification as per the work role is done underthis. Stage 4- Performing: Team member are trained with the needed skillsand abilities in this stageTeam buildingThe major aim behind building a team is to improve theeffectiveness of the groups. In order to build a group, different activitiesare undertaken by the organisation. These roles help in inspiringworkforce to pursue their best.Team Building Tactics:Developing compatibility among team members.Promote healthy and effective working conditions.Pays attention on increasing the level of interaction.INTRODUCTIONOrganisational behaviour and management of people working in it is the significantfactors which is required to be consider by the administrative bodies. There are differentaspects covered under the mentioned terms such as employee motivation, effective power,constructive politics, leadership, team development, employee engagement, etc. All theseelements require the attention of organisational demonstratives so that desired aims andobjectives can be achieved.

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