UNIT 5003V1 - MANAGING TEAM AND INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE Assessment

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Assignment 2 Part A
Unit 5003V1 - Managing Team and Individual Performance

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Assignment 2 Part B
Unit 5005V1 – Meeting Stakeholder and Quality Needs

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Co-ordination
Format of Presentation and Assignment was done by Susan Clarke

Submission Date
26th March 2014

Word Count
3,799 (Excluding Introduction and Appendices)

Table of Contents

Introduction

This assignment has been completed as a group exercise. It is in two sections firstly Part A looking at “Managing team and individual performance” and Part B discussing “Meeting stakeholder and
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However, within InterBulk for example, they both contribute equally (although in their respective functions) to the organisations vision by helping to support longer term sustainable growth.
1.3 Identify and agree areas of individual and team responsibility in achieving objectives

Responsibility of achieving personal objectives lies with the individual. When setting the objectives they have to be achievable (SMART) and the responsibility to ensure that is the case lies with both the individual and the manager when agreeing the objective. If there are factors beyond the individual’s control that can affect the achievement of an objective, then these should be discussed between the individual and manager at the earliest opportunity.
The responsibility to achieve team responsibility lies collectively with the team. Effective and timely communication is essential to ensure progress towards reaching the objective is clear to all. The concept with team responsibility should be simple – if one fails, we all fail.

1.4 Identify the need to create an environment of trust and support with others
Trust and support to others is developed effectively by an individual behaving honestly and not misleading or contradicting. Effectively “walking the talk” leadership shows others that what is said is also embraced and encourages others to follow. “Do what you say you are going to do” and fulfilling the commitment, gives

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