BSBWOR301 Assessment 2
BSBWOR301 Organize personal work priorities and development
Assessment Task 2
1. Draw a chart to represent the organisation’s goals, your team’s goals, your KPIs and your individual work goals.
2. Explain how your individual work goals will help the organisation to meet the goals.
Make meeting the needs of your employees a priority for your business. For example, during periods of economic upheaval, minimize layoffs by exhausting every other budgetary option first. If your employees believe your organization truly cares about providing job security, their faith in you will have a beneficial impact on morale, motivation and employee retention, according to the book “Managing People in the New Economy.”
Explain how organizational objectives will benefit employees in the long run. For example, if budgetary problems require cutting vacation time, morale will suffer unless you can convince employees it is in their best interest to do whatever is necessary to maintain your organization’s financial stability. In contrast, leaving employees in the dark concerning large-scale initiatives will make them nervous and untrusting.
Individualize employee incentives to ensure your rewards and benefits programs suit the various needs of your workforce, an approach recommended by the book “How to Manage Performance.” For example, younger workers might prefer extra vacation time, while older workers might opt for enhanced health benefits. Making benefits customizable maximizes their power to motivate workers, who don’t all have the same needs.
Devote part of your company’s resources to achieving a societal benefit. Employees who believe they’re working for a good cause derive a special sense of satisfaction from their work. For example, if your company produces medical devices, the idea that high-quality work will save lives serves as a powerful motivator, lifting morale and improving performance.
3. Using the work plan template, prepare your own work plan for the two-week period (1 August to 15 August), putting your tasks in order of priority. Including contingency plans for solving problems that have occurred or may occur in the future.
4. Explain why it is important for you to have a current work plan, including the possible outcomes if your work plan is not up to date.
5. Describe how you would monitor your work performance to ensure that you are coping well, keeping in mind that tasks and priorities may vary each day and it is important to maintain the quality of products and services you produce.
6. Describe how you could gather feedback about your work. Who might you approach and what sort of feedback could they provide...
Technique I always used to build my team group is
– Encourage what they do although and give them advice when they need help.
– Meeting time with the staff will help them to consult what the problem they have.
– Reward system is help to encourage the staff to work effectively.
– Divide the task to the right person who has skill or specific knowledge so they will understand the task they have to do and perfectly complete it.
7. Read the key selection criteria in your position description. Select two areas where you may need to improve your skills. Research a learning option for each area; for example suitable training. Find out how much training will cost, who will deliver it, where it will be held and how the training will benefit you and BizOps
8. You hope to one day work your way up to the role of marketing manager or a consultant who organise a conference. List any additional skills (in addition to the ones already identified) that you might consider gaining to maintain continuous improvement. Explain how these skills will assist you in your career path.
9. What will you do to comply with the following legislation when preparing your schedule and seeking to improve your performance?
Anti–discrimination law refers to the law on the right of people to be treated equally.
Companies and Businesses must be:
Codes of Practice
Codes of practice are referenced in Acts and Regulations. They may include:
Many industries have codes of practice on areas including:
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