discussion ● Winch Peking
A manager runs the risk of losing respect if he does not manage confidence in the competence of professional employees in a good way, as Winch Beckin wrote about the transition from college to university.
The way from college To university is wide-ranging, and the process often began well in advance with the teaching of professional education academically. Academic education is a process of change that requires trust between the parties involved.
what it takes At different levels in a course of study requires extensive discussions about focusing on theory versus practice. For example, how do academics It should be played along with training necessary and practical skills. Here there should be room for opinions and listening.
Transfer from the university The university has the opportunity to change the formal organizational structure at the department level. JGood cooperation with store managers and protection representatives in such operations can reduce anxiety and contribute to a better understanding of the opposition.
It doesn’t matter what Reasons for organizational change It is an advantage if employees understand the purpose of the change and are given good reasons for how the change will enhance the professionalism of the department or unit. If the employees do not understand the reasons given for the change, doubts arise about what the motives are.
Basis of changes At the department level it can be the result of very complex tensions between professional environments. One example is professional education in social studies. Here, different interests between social work and child care education, attitudes in the relationship between master’s and bachelor’s education or academic differences between disciplines in master’s and bachelor’s education will form a very complex picture of tensions.
Leaders must They have the competence to see and deal with stressful conditions, putting them in an overall framework that equals challenges. Challenges are not attributed to individual environments, people, or employees as a group. This requires trust between employees and managers.
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Confidence is not Just a trend that is emphasized in policy making and in the media, but it is a necessary component of good operations in the business environment. Trust in employees, colleagues and management is essential.
There are high efficiency requirements Who are required to get a job at a university. This means confidence in the competence of professional employees, the ability to quickly gain new competence, innovate and take seriously the tasks that come with hiring. By hiring, you are showing professional confidence, and managers and colleagues are expected to respect that.
If the leaders They don’t show curiosity, don’t trust employees to do their jobs or skip a few for professional reasons, and they often tamper with the basic pillars of a knowledge system: the valuable competence of professional employees in student training and professional development. A manager runs the risk of losing respect and reputation if he does not manage confidence in the competence of professional employees in a good manner. If interest is shown and opportunities are provided, motivation is enhanced.
Trust between colleagues also necessary. Trust requires respect for others’ experience, curiosity, and interest in each other’s work. This can be weakened when managers prefer individuals or environments.
They are all very rare We talk about what we expect from leaders. The administration depends entirely on good interaction with the faculty, so that the quality of teaching and research is on target. This means genuine respect for the legal guidelines inherent in ensuring the quality of teaching and research. This can extend beyond the habits already established in the college culture.
It’s so simple Mechanisms that accompany professional staff in academia. Most people accept professional and realistic justifications for change, but not lack of tact, lack of clarity or lack of professionalism on the part of management. Some will talk, but most will turn deaf ears and focus on themselves. This is understandable, and in many contexts fruitful on its part, but it makes it difficult to build a good culture. It may also be slow to bring about changes that will last in the long term.
Distribution of tasks To fill in time records rather than distribute by efficiency, is not common. Personnel management must be on solid foundations with clear objectives and clear visions, protecting professionalism in professional and disciplinary subjects at the University. If this is not the case, confidence in the decisions taken by the management is weakened. Trust in management is key to security so dare to share what you think, have discussions and agree it’s okay to disagree.
professional staff It’s not just weird people because they’re buried in books. They are also dedicated. Some are even among the leading developers and lecturers in management tools, organizational management, system functionality, relational understanding, business change or power and disempowerment processes, to name a few. Assistant professors, senior lecturers, associate professors, professors, and physicians can act as lecturers for students who return later as advisors to advise on changes to the university.
Often the professional staff They are good at noticing what is happening around them, and can provide good input into operations. Input is an expression of more than a reluctance to change.
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