Decision Making Process

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Mr. Greg seems to be content with his present position and not driven to meaningful achievement. Satisfied with his current condition, he apparently has little push to achieve the best result. As a manager, Mr. Greg tends to use autocratic style of leadership. He maintains intensive control and less willing to create broad participation among his staff in decision-making process. He also displays forcefulness in instructing his staff to do their tasks. While this step may be effective in applying order of rules and create obedience, it can also irritate his staff and produce counter productive responses.

In approaching problems, Mr. Greg tends to combine analytical and practical perspective. He narrated that he rarely encountered serious problems in his workplace other than dealing with anger and drunken customers. In this case, he would deal with them calmly. If customers’ behavior were getting worse, he would coordinate with security to resolve the problems. Continue reading

Understanding Customer Satisfaction

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Mr. Jack has been in the food and beverages department for 20 years and for this 46-year-old cheerful person, work to him is something pleasurable and important. When asked, what makes him stay here this long, he said that it is human relations between departments and organizational familial atmosphere or the so-called “kekeluargaan” that made him enjoy working for Jackson Hotel. In all his working career in the hotel’s restaurant, he only focused on one thing that is, customer satisfaction. The happy and contented type, Mr. Jack puts much effort and dedication as Head Waiter in River.

He claims that his day-to-day challenge is customer satisfaction. He tries to understand the need of the customers and will do whatever he can to accomplish satisfying his customers. To him, customer satisfaction is a priority. He admits that he even gets into trouble trying to satisfy this goal by being creative and resourceful. He starts his day at 10am and immediately checks on his staff and the smoothness of how things are going. Once a week, he would allocate some hours to train his staff and having gone through numerous training seminars, Mr. Jack seems to show his technical competence and confidence in training. Continue reading

Employee Assessment

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Mr. James depicts the profile of a dedicated and disciplined employee. Considering that he is just a junior high school, he compensates this limitation by constantly displaying a good moral character and strict adherence to code of work ethics. Likewise, he continually works hard to accomplish assignments satisfactorily. From his examples, it appears that he has maintained a good track record as far as obedience and discipline at work is concerned. He claimed that he had never been absent in every single working day during the 23 years of his career in Jameson Hotel. His strong endurance in working has earned for him the award as Best Employee of the Year in 90’s.

As a leader Mr. James applies relatively strong control to monitor his own as well as staff performance. He puts emphasis on the detail of his work to ensure that everything is taken care properly. He checks his staff works closely and pays attention to every corner of the public area to monitor whether his staff has done their tasks appropriately or not. Continue reading

Performance Management Review

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Ms. Mary is a simple worker, the doer type who will complete a particular task assigned to her as soon as she can. When performing her tasks, she will exert reasonable amount of energy to gain meaningful achievement. At present, she is assigned to manage guests at the executive floors which seems to be more of a public relations and stationary type of work.

Ms. Mary does not project herself as a strong leader. When managing her staff, she prefers to use the combination of her personal approach and clear defined written procedures rather than power. For instance, she extensively utilizes a communication book as useful tool to give written instructions to her staff. However, as their superior, she has genuine intention to develop her staff by sending them to relevant training programs. This step, she believes, will help them to improve their skills and increase their knowledge which could later support them on the job. Continue reading

Performance Appraisal and Review

Mr. Matheus is a hard working employee. He is knowledgeable in his field, which could be attributed to his previous work experience in Hotel Jameson where he worked for 25 years in the kitchen department. At 52 years old, he still seeks self- improvement, in spite of his technical expertise. He shares his knowledge to others and takes the initiative to train his subordinates who lack the background in kitchen operations. He has high regard for details and is impartial when deciding on any matter. Moreover, he is considered to be flexible despite his mature age. (You can download excellent powerpoint slides about personality and career management HERE ).

Mr. Matheus has had commendable work experience in his past employment, yet despite his achievements he maintains a low profile and speaks modestly of his achievements. He has ideas on how to improve the working conditions in the kitchen of Jameson Jaya and seeks the opportunity to propose and implement them. In his two years of stay with Hotel Jameson Jaya he has been able to recommend improvements on the hygiene and sanitation practices in the kitchen and has instilled the value of producing quality products to his staff. Continue reading

Personality Assessment

As a worker, Mr. Zen displays strong need for achievement and tends to focus on finishing a particular task before moving on another task. He displays a strong desire to work hard in order to achieve his work goals. (You can download excellent powerpoint slides about personality and career management HERE ).

As a chief in his department, he seems to use an iron hand approach in giving instructions and managing his staff. He is type of leader who is not willing to provide freedom and participation to his staff in doing their tasks. Instead, he will show his power to control his staff’s works to ensure that they did their jobs according to procedures. For instance, he checks the store room on a regular basis to monitor his staff’s work and to ensure that everything is in proper order. Beneath this strict enforcement and control, Mr. Zen admitted that he is forced to apply this style because the nature of the job requires for such. Nevertheless, the combination of his strong needs to control and his high attention to detail makes him a rigid and inflexible leader who is likely to irritate his staff. However, he believes that his style of working is effective in helping him to enforce discipline and code of good conduct amongst his staff. Continue reading

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