Analyze a managers abilities in light of the seven competencies namely: ethics, self, diversity, across cultures, communication, change and team competencies and determine which one should be strongest and how that strength contributes to the managers own effective performance. Provide specific examples to support your response.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 17, 2018, 4:04 am ad1c9bdddf
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Ethics: The manager must demonstrate a well-grounded, commendable sense of ethics. Employees will look to the manager to demonstrate well-rounded ethics, and if good ethical principles are not present, the employees will determine that it is acceptable to act in the workplace with an ill-sense of ethics. If the manager's abilities show that his or her ethical foundation is strong, it will show, and the employees will know from implied behavior on the manager's part that all acts in the business place must be ethical, to be acceptable.
Self: The manager must know himself or herself, and it must show within the workplace. The manager, by actions, inwardly and outwardly defines their sense of self to the employees. If the manager is lacking in this ability, to demonstrate this concept to a satisfactory level, the employees will determine that the manager lacks confidence, and it could hinder the respectful part of the employee/manager relationship. If the manager has a strong sense of self, it will also be demonstrated through the manager's words and actions, and the mutual relationship of trust, respect, and loyalty between the employees and their managers will develop on a continual basis.
Diversity: The manager must have a strong sense of ...
Analyze a managers abilities in light of the seven competencies namely: ethics, self, diversity, across cultures, communication, change and team competencies and determine which one should be strongest and how that strength contributes to the managers own effective performance. Provide specific examples to support your response.
Hiring practices and legal compliance
Fisher, D. R., and Nobile, R. J. Employee selection: Best practices for reducing legal risk in pre-hire assessments. WorkLab Consulting, retrieved August 19, 2011, from http://podiaconsulting.com/pdfs/legal_selection_paper_f.pdf
Select one of the following open positions and develop a pre-hire assessment plan to fill the opening:
--President of a major retail store chain
--Accountant in a major bank
--Vice President of HRM, communications technology firm, 240,000 employees
Be sure to discuss how your plan relates to the Fisher and Nobile article and any other articles that you have researched on applicant assessment for this assignment.View Full Posting Details