Analysis on your skill competencies and how they may impact your role as an effective, ethical leader

It is now time to reflect on the results from your PAMS assessment. Many times, we see ourselves differently than we may be perceived by others. If we are honest with ourselves, analyzing our own skills and traits can provide valuable information about our leadership potential. Self-analysis can help us identify our strengths and weaknesses, as well as the areas in which we need to improve.

Based on your PAMS results, write a summary outlining your strengths and weaknesses. In your summary, include an analysis on your skill competencies and how they may impact your role as an effective, ethical leader. In addition, develop strategies and/or recommendations for improvement as to how you can become a more effective leader and communicator.

Support your assignment with at least three scholarly resources. In addition to these specified resources, other appropriate scholarly resources, including older articles, may be included.

Length: 3-4 pages, not including title and reference pages

Your assignment should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts presented in the course by providing new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic. Your response should reflect scholarly writing and current APA standards.

Use the answers below to write the paper above: Please rate all questions according to the Rating Scale below. Indicate your response by typing the number at the end of each phrase. Some of these phrases are from a managerial perspective. If you have not been employed in a leadership role, assume you have managed the peer you are assessing for purposes of this survey.

Management Function: Planning

Plans and executes own tasks effectively. 6

Maintains balance between work and personal time, and prioritizes effectively. 5

Participates actively in team and organizational planning sessions. 5

Can relate organization’s strategic goals to personal tasks and job function. 6

Can articulate value associated with personal work contributions based on strategic and divisional goals. 6

Management Function: Organizing

Understands and can articulate rationale behind current organizational structure. 6

Proposes changes to organizational structures and processes based on new circumstances. 4

Can articulate collective skills profile of current team or organizational unit.  6

Understands internal and external customer needs. 6

Maintains active network with decision-makers throughout the organization. 4

Management Function: Leading

Able to motivate, enthuse, and influence people based on individual needs and circumstances. 6

Able to communicate clearly and concisely – what needs to be done, when, and how. 6

Actively works to empower others by delegating and rewarding initiative and input. 4

Maintains a high standard of personal integrity and ethics. 6

Shows confidence, diplomacy, and tactfulness when dealing with individuals and conflict. 6

Management Function: Controlling

Analyzes problems and seeks guidance/advice to help make decisions when appropriate. 6

Uses appropriate tools, technologies, and methods to perform control and disseminate results. 6

Shares information openly and encourages others to participate. 5

Initiates change and corrective actions based on monitoring and control tasks. 4

Follows up on problems and solves these collaboratively with participation from key players throughout the organization. 4

Cross-Functional Management Skills

Creativity: Comes up with solutions, new ideas, and ways of working – looks beyond current boundaries. 4

Self-awareness: Recognizes own impact on people/situations and adjusts approach accordingly. 6

Confidence: High level of belief in own abilities and competence – works well under pressure. 6

Self-motivation: Takes responsibility for achievement of personal and team objectives – able to stay determined/positive. 6

Interpersonal skills: Able to develop excellent working relationships with colleagues, management, customers, and suppliers. 5

References

Trybus, M. A. (2011). Facing the challenge of change: Steps to becoming an effective leader.http://proxy1.ncu.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=ofs&AN=508428761&site=ehost-live

Project Management Videos. (2013, May 12). The top 5 people management skills [Video file].https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S_NdZdOJpkk

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