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Leader & Teamwork 2

Leader & Teamwork 2 CR- GOOGLE

Employee-Employer Relationship Though the type of employee and employer relationship that is considered appropriate varies from company to company, boundaries exist at almost all companies. Generally, it is unwise for employers to develop romantic relationships with their employees.
Delegation a body of delegates or representatives; a deputation.
Negotiation discussion aimed at reaching an agreement
Initiative the ability to assess and initiate things independently.
Integrity the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles; moral uprightness.
Consistent acting or done in the same way over time, especially so as to be fair or accurate.
Agreement harmony or accordance in opinion or feeling; a position or result of agreeing.
Disagreement lack of consensus or approval.
Mentor an experienced and trusted adviser.
Information facts provided or learned about something or someone.
Technical Skills Technical skills are abilities and knowledge needed to perform specific tasks.
Decision-Making Skills Decision making is a key skill in the workplace, and is particularly important if you want to be an effective leader.
Problem-Solving Skills Problem solving requires two distinct types of mental skill, analytical and creative.
Interpersonal Skills Interpersonal skills are the skills used by a person to interact with others properly. In the business domain, the term generally refers to an employee's ability to get along with others while getting the job done.
Task-Facilitating Role
Relationship-Building Role
Blocking Roles
Leadership Characteristics
Created by: 48OscFlo



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