Unit 6 Discussion Responses

There are 2 responses. Write a 100 word response for each.

Response 1:

Our ineffective leader displayed an influential role in which she’s grandfather into position without having any knowledge of the company. Confuse within the office by not being able to effectively through training. Therefore, she became intimidated by anyone who demonstrated expertise or skills. Her actions would make her look and feel some way. Training is also a degree of learning for leader and staff to gain a better understanding of company policies and procedures. This leader, in my opinion, displays a Level I because she does not want to grow. She relies on policies and regulations to control the staff. A manager who overuses punishment or misuses it creates a climate of fear in the workplace (Bateman and Snell, 2015). Since she does not feel the need to further herself into the needed skill set, the negative energy rolls onto the staff, stealing our joy and motivation. I think to some degree, and internal promotions should give to the most qualified individual rather than a best friend, family member, or just owning someone a favor. Yes, all who want to live a good life in Christ Jesus will be troubled by other people (2 Timothy 3:12). However, we still have faith that God will send an influential Servant leader to guide His sheep. Someone who will display a positive outlook for the people, staff, and self, so show respect and receiving it gracefully. No matter what position a person holds, there is still a place for honesty and trust within the workplace. Always put God first and move forward in all asked of you by any leader.

Bateman, T., and Snell, S. (2015). Management: Leading and Collaborating in a Competitive World, 11th Ed. New York, New York: McGraw-Hill. ISBN: 9780077862541

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Response 2:

From the learning of the Bible words from Jesus Christ, it is an inspiration saying to respect people by immoral actions. It is essential to follow God’s commandment. Jesus declares, “Do to others as you would have them do to you” He spoke prophets on how to treat the people. It should be an everyday norm for people. It seems like in today’s society to be rumor and mean rather be kind and useful. We all, at a time, have been there one time or mistreating others. The commandment of God is hard but fair if applied. So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you, for this sums up the Law and the Prophets (Matthew 7:12). We must follow the Golden Rule of God’s wisdom and self-control that teaches kindness to others who cross our path on this Christian and educational journey. In my opinion, based on the scripture of Luke 6:37-42, in the workplace, we should not try to correct people, but ourselves, which cannot happen with the grace of God. Many of the Golden rules have instilled by parenting and church assembly. We as Christian people we should think before we speak so we will not offend others by tones or words.

Similarly, we should stop and think before we act to avoid conduct we will regret. These rules, too, will ring true in the workplace. We can take these same principles and apply them within the workplace. The action of the Golden rule will be displayed for all to see when used correctly in the eyesight of God.

The Holy Bible

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