Leadership. Leadership refers the ability to influence and direct people to go in a particular direction to achieve the objectives of the firm. Leadership involves. Directing people Personality&charisma –the individuals personality and charm to inspire enthusiasm among the audience.
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Leadership refers the ability to influence and direct people to go in a particular direction to achieve the objectives of the firm.
Mgr had more time
Less stress/risk of work overload
Subordinates gain experience and more job satisfaction
Work get done faster
Subordinates may not be able to do the work/make decisions
Mgrs fear subordinates may do a better job and may undermine the managers status, control and power.
Work gets done
Decisions are made quickly
Suits org’ns where discipline is important ie) The Army.
Useful in crisis situations,
Valuable opinions are not listened to.
Mgmt may become overloaded with work.
Subordinates may feel frustrated & demotivated
May cause industrial relations disputes.
Subordinates feel valued and are motivated and become loyal to the firm.
Delegation encourages initiative & intrepreneurship
Increased levels of trust maintains good industrial relations.
Slower decision making
Quality of decisions may decline as so many opinions and views taken into account.
Faster and better decisions are made by subordinate who is closest to issue
Delegating responsibility & authority considerably challenges and motivates
Initiative and intrapreneuership are strongly encouraged
Inexperienced/untrained staff may not be equipped to handle the responsibility
Lack of supervision and control may result in poor decisions being made
Communicating with people within a business organisation.
Email, memo, intercom, phone,
text, face to face, notice board, meetings, report, pager, newsletter, intranet
Communicating with people/other businesses outside the businessorganisation.
Fax, (advertising) newspaper, tv, radio, internet, press release, letters, emails, video conference, press conference, meetings, text, face to face, EDI electronic data interchange,
Solution: The sender should not expect an immediate response. The receiver of the information should be given an adequate amount of time to fully understand the message and then give an appropriate answer.
Solution: Make sure that a written record of important messages exists
Solution: The manager should use simple terms the employees will understand.
Solution: Reduce the amount of messages being sent to the person, so that those being received will be dealt with effectively.
Solution: A proper system of authority should exist. People will then understand who is in charge. The chain of command should be clear for all employees.
Solution: Deliver the oral message when the listeners are silent and in a noise free area.
Solution: manager should build a positive relationship with staff
Every PLC must hold a general meeting of all shareholders within 13 months of the date of receiving their trade certificate.
Ad Hoc Meetings
Deals with a one-off problem concerning the business. ’ad hoc’ means’ for that purpose’
Annual General Meetings
Every company, club and organisation must hold an AGM once a year
EGM Extraordinary General Meeting can be held if a major issue arises after the AGM was held. The directors must convene another shareholder meeting to resolve the issue
Regular board meetings, Dept heads meetings
The AGM of the Ballinasloe Camogie Club will take place in the Clubhouse on Saturday January 5th 2011 @ 6pm.
Minutes of the 2010 AGM
Matters arising from minutes
Club Chairpersons Report
Club Treasurers' Report
Membership fee for 2012
Election of new Team managers and selectors
Fundraising Activities for the Year/Lotto
The AGM took place on..at..where.
The minutes are as follows
The minutes of 2010 AGM were read and approved
There were no matters arising
The chairperson Martin Greaney addressed the meeting & gave his report on the years successes@U18 and Intermediate level. He welcomed new members…he wished Lisa O Byrne well in her retirement/Congratulated Niamh Ryan on her success with the All Ireland Senior Camogie Team…
Treasurer Aoife Doyle stated that the club had broken even this year and would have to engage in more fundraising activities in the coming year. She also gave an account of the weekly lotto income..
It was decided that the membership fee would be €30 for senior players and €20 for junior players..
Louis Walsh-Intermediate manager, Eimer Cleary U21manager, Fiona Curley U18 manager
Fundraising events decided on- a Golf Classic…
There was no other business.
The AGM of the Shearwater Hotel will take place on…@8pm…in The Dunlo Suite
The AGM of The Shearwater Hotel took place on @ in…
The minutes are as follows
The minutes were read and adopted
There were no matters arising
Chairperson addressed meeting saying that profits were lower that last year..due to recession and reduced spending power of people and cut backs in businesses
The auditor stated that the company kept proper books of account & gave a fair view of company’s financial position
A dividend of €0.75 per share would be paid this coming year
Amy Dunne and Yasmin were elected directors for the coming year unopposed.
Very high speed communications
Low cost of sending information
Frees up staff time
Travel time and expense