If you were the team leader of a group how would you refocus and re-motivate the team toward the improvement goal?
When members were recruited for the improvement project, they were clearly told that the team’s work would be additional to their regular work responsibilities but that they had to treat it as a high priority. Assignments would have to be completed on time, and people would be required to attend meetings. Despite these clear expectations, by the third week of the project, team members started arriving late to meetings. They made excuses for not having completed their assigned tasks and were neglecting to return the leader’s phone calls.
Include a minimum of two peer-reviewed references,
The Influence of Supervisory Behavioral Integrity on Intent to Comply with Organizational Ethical Standards and Organizational Commitment. Academic Journal By: Fritz, Janie; O’Neil, Naomi; Popp, Ann; Williams, Cory; Arnett, Ronald. Journal of Business Ethics. May2013, Vol. 114 Issue 2, p251-263. 13p
The influence of perceived employee voice on organizational commitment: An exchange perspective. Academic Journal By: Farndale, Elaine; Van Ruiten, Joppe; Kelliher, Clare; Hope-Hailey, Veronica. …
Leadership in the group is predicated upon a visionary leader that can facilitate organizational commitment from the group, which is what this summary focuses upon.