Prepare a written analysis of the case which describes behaviours, spoken and non-verbal examples, and critical incidents – important events, and uses relevant literature to classify these and draw inferences about managing others.
The company needs to have a good management which will possibly help in better structure and management of the managers which will cater and operate according to the basis which will include mainly the mangers of the region, functional and the departmental engineers are for uplifting and managing the departmental section which will have a better retail store outing. To have a better management, (Weiner, 1995) it is the manager who is going to play a vital role and possibly come up establishing and prioritising to lead to success to achieve goals and fulfil all the demands of the employees. He is the main person who could bring in enthusiasm in employees to work and try to settle all the disputed which otherwise would take a lot of monitoring standards. The policies have to be achieved and the results are taken care as per the material and the people who are handling the financial statements. The information of the organisation is handled as per the time limits and the material helps to bring profit or losses in the company, affecting the rates of shares. (Gelens et al., 2014).
Analysis of people
One is able to face different kind of crowd in the management process where there is a dependency on the organisation along with the management of leadership skills. The main reason for dominating and recognising that the process is able to achieve its goal and foster to creativity, there is a need to balance all the decision and make an approach which could help in balancing the political frame of any person in the company. There are always certain ups and downs which can be seen in the below links, when it mainly concerns with the politics and the people. The organisational structure generally has to face all the conflicts and negotiations which will not be able to (Stout, 2005) handle the extreme cases of positioning. One tries to analyse and understand all the political framing which is under the main conditions of personal as well as organisation activity. There is a need to recognise how the decisions could be made according to the coalitions and the deals which are levied on the stakeholders. The concept of fitness and managing the structure generally leads to maintaining all the normal as well as communications which generally bothers the exercising power to hold and mobilise support to have impact on the decisions. The main exercise of power is to use and move towards an influential approach which will handle all the (Deutschman, 2005) objectives leading to interest in leadership and management. With the different in consequences, the main stage that evolves to end up the problems about handling the different people is by avoiding them and trying to eventually be carried away with all the better highlights and schemes. There is a need to process all the grievances which can help to minimise and try to bring a damage in the organisation. The strategies are set up and managed as per the way the psychopaths struggle and generally lead towards minimum exposure to the organisation, mainly concerned with the whistle and the credibility amount.
To maintain the temper and the attitude of some difficult people, it is important to manage them differently, irrespective of how much under stress the other person it. There is a need to have a solitude behaviour which can be beneficial for some, helping in planning and plotting as per the understanding. The way to address people in the organisation should not be rough else this generally brings (Spielberger, 1999) a negativity in the environment, spoiling the personality of a particular person too. There is a need to perhaps try and handle all the psychological issues which could otherwise been unfortunately there is a path which will help in continuously leading an organisational set-up who will take revenge according to the pressure on them. The hostility approach which will creates a pressure in the environment which renders the work and the goals are not met ultimately. There is a direction to link of anger which will have train and state anger which are depending upon the different situation or emotional issues, respectively. The people have to tend to stand and promote towards a permanent stage which is able to handle all the intensity and try to manage all the conflicting statements in the company. There are certain conflicts in the company itself which generally include issues relating to the personality and the cultural approach. The typologies have to be managed as per the treatment and the emphasis is (Fitness, 2000) mainly on the fairness or the job which has to be properly in competence with the work. The arrogance and communicational support should be in such a way which is able to keep a healthy environment in the organisation.
The people as a whole should try to bring a collaboration in the working environment, keeping apart their ill-feelings. It will certainly help in calculating the best results which will help in setting the organisation a standard way to work in. if there is any requirement of any assistance, then the HR in the company are always supportive and help in preventing the juniors from being bullied or any discrepancy. (Maccoby, 2003). If the work is done properly, then the records are always proved to be efficient and there is appreciable growth in the shares of the company. Be prevented and avoid all the problems can only resume the best approach to an interview which will remove all the errors in the working and lead to equality in work. The management with following the basic strategy and confirming the agreements on different visions will reach to come with better work and agreement. There is a need to maintain a better clarity in the form which will acknowledge and engage in all kind of solving the problems and holding the vision to support and understand the position along with their form of existence. There is a need to work and sought out that the communication and the conflicts have to correct and enhances as per the capabilities of the management which will surely lead to a management system, curbing all the problems. (Clancy & Happell, 2014).
Management and organisation
Since everything has to be under the supervision of a manager in an organisation, hence, it is important for the people who are political or difficult in their attitude to manage with all the situations which can indirectly harm them. There is a need to craft distinguishing reflection between such people. As analysed, there are some (Tortorella & Fogliatto, 2014) people who are never happy and so they have discrepancies over all issues like the image of a particular person along with the misbalance in the confidence and the stress which is mainly due to some problems relating to health. There are certain people who have to be recognised under difficulty and so they have to be characterised under the emotional, power driven and those who try to make rules for every small thing and asking people to follow them too. (Lozano et al., 2014). They are mostly the dominating people who are not happy with their goals and assets and want to keep their activities and expectation to achieve success very high. There are other different types of operational level which have to be maintained and kept information about, providing a better way to reach towards a level of managers, conducting enough to manage the damage. The managers try to exhibit and suit all the organisational (Tung et al., 2014) set-up which can be demonstrated according to the relationship. There are mainly three types of people namely the con, bully and the puppets who are famous to embrace and facilitate towards lying in the false documentation and who need to understand the simulation work along with a driving force to suspect and characterise the behaviour which drives the needs and engage mainly in the damaging behaviour. The responses of the organisation are according to the results and appointments (Glomb, 2002) which generally have impact on the power issues. Manipulation in the information system and messages has become a formal procedure which is able to support all the corporate conflicts in the organisation.
There is a reward for the political holders who are able to encourage and get benefit from the activities and the decisions (Kliejnen et al., 2014) which are made on the legitimate positions as per the authority holders. For the experts to hold the bases, there is a need to take care of the educational influence which will support the maintenance of the employees and meet the two main facts about it. They are:
1. With the resource to control and manage all the financial and the physical slots, there is a need to control all the significant organisational structures which can help in managing and assigning different departments in the country.
2. With the centrality of the network, there is an acquirement of efforts to personally assist and control organisation leadership in the organisation to manage the position in the office as per the deal.
Generally people try to have the competitive strategy which can prove them to be the masters and advancement to the roles to lead the most effective cases which will lead the organisation towards more benefits and interests. The management sector gives rise to the conflicts which try to securely establish connections (Hare, 1996) with all the stakeholders and the organisational unit who are functioning and grouping all the efforts as per the senses which try to belong for better structure and system. The authoritative policy generally have problems to enable all the influential activity decisions which can certainly affect the goals and the rules of the person in power. The manager is generally considered to be the politician in the office since he is the most prevailing person who can blend the topic and turn the tables on his side as and when he wants. The ability to oppose his policy and stand in front can only bring an ill-effect in the office, thereby, giving a competency feeling to the managing relations. The companies and the work which support all the relationships should access and try to strong approve (Gibson & Callister, 2010) all the education, implementing it in the way which is more helpful and forceful to lead to a better method of success. The stakeholders have to reach to a political (Laue et al., 2014) based people, who are going to establish groups and manage all the tactics in the same. The approach generally affects the trust and the decisions which can oppose and bring all the decisions at stake.
With the focus on mainly the people who are more into politics or who are difficult to manage, it becomes impossible for one to handle and analyse how there is a possibility to have a better attitude which can lead to a pure environment in the office. To hold position, where the managing team is cooperation, there has to be certain (Hare, 1991) efforts which need to be laid upon, holding an effective place. The child will be able to enable and manage all the influences as per the authoritative power. The goals which are required to be met as per the decisions, there is a subordination with the rates and the influence. There is more of dominant character which can sometimes create a negative environment, hence, it is good to clarify the doubts before it is too late. There are groups who have a great sense of power and response which are looking forward to have a better proposal plan to manage with the duty rules and needs. As per the organisational structure, the main focus is on how to support all the corporate psychopath and all the conflicts which can be a destruction to the cultures of the production. The evolution and the manipulation of the problems as per the message, generally try to provide all the existing managers who try to seem and focus on the members who have more potential.
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