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Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep
Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep
Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep
Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep
Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep
Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep
Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep
Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep
Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep
Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep
Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep
Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep
Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep
Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep
Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep
Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep
Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep
Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep
Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep
Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep
Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep
Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep
Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep
Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep
Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep
Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep
Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep
Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep
Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep
Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep
Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep
Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep
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Chapter2: Discover the Shape of Your Sheep

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Pearllyn Tan
Jeanette Tan
Chng Shuting
Gao Zhan
Chavalit Chan

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  • Hi I am pearllyn. Today we are going to present discover the shape of ur sheep. http://format-factory.en.softonic.com/download#pathbar
  • Our presentation is based on the book the way of the shepherd by drkevin
  • for shape s stand for strength
  • 1 pt - so that they can exhibit his or hers’ talent , it is important to understand your people and from there give them the most suitable position2 pt – and strength are together. They must have the correct attitude in order for them to exert their strength.3 pt – even if they do not have the required skill, they must have good attitude and passion for it which link us to the next alphabet H which is the heart.
  • Analyse e learning pointHi, I’m Jeanette and I’m going to cover on the second letter “H” of SHAPE. H refers to HEART. As Pearllyn has mentioned earlier on, S refers to Strength which reflects ability and I think Heart reflects passion. Agree or disagree on e points (state reason y or y not)-Agree, Strengths reflect abilities; heart reflects passion. -To get things done, it doesn’t matter how strong you are if you’re not motivated to exercise that strength. We need the strengths to do it, but without passion, some people will not have the motivation to do the jobs being assigned to them. Hence the result will not be good because, people has no heart to do it as he/she doesn’t like it. -Manager should know what his people are passionate about and try to place them in area which reflect their passion in order to achieve the goal.-So Strength must work with the heart in order to success. 
  • How is this info useful to a management traineeWhen employees are placed in area which reflects their passion, their passion will motivate them to do the work which is assigned to them happily and effectively. This result in helping the management to achieve its goal on time  
  • AND when is it not applicable to use itIt’s when there are shortage of people. When there are not enough employees, for sure someone got to take up the job to get things going and to get it done. It is also not applicableif everyone’s passion is in the same area, there must be someone to take up the project/job which no one is doing, even though their passion is not in it. This is because nothing is perfect in this world. They cant always expect to receive a project of their choice. They just got to have a positive attitude to accept the job being assigned to them. Now I will pass the time to Shu Ting to touch on ATTITUDE.
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    • 1. Discover the Shape of Your Sheep <br />Done By:<br />Tan Bing Ying Peallyn<br />Tan Bei Bei Jeanette<br />Chng Shuting<br />Gao Zhan<br />Chavalit Chan Sin Thai <br />
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    • 3. Loyalty and excellence is what all manager desire from<br />their employees. In this report, we will guide you on<br />how to lead them in a way that makes them want to<br />follow. A SHAPE guide will also be provided to make<br />sure that employees fit their positions. <br />SYNOPSIS<br />
    • 4. Background<br />First step<br /> *Know how to interact with your employees <br /> *Must lead them in a way that made them want to follow. <br />Managers may get to know their employees better through the probation period<br />Criteria <br /> *S - trengths<br /> *H - eart<br /> *A - ttitude<br /> *P - ersonality<br /> *E - xperiences<br />
    • 5. “Your choice of sheep can make flock management easier or harder”<br />Choice of people (employees) that we choose can lead to either a negative or a positive outcome in the management<br />Employing the suitable choice of people, things can get done easier and faster<br />Choosing the right one not only concerns the company or organization itself, but also considering the other existing employees in the company<br />Management will be more efficient in their work without having many conflicts and politics within the people<br />
    • 6. Strengths<br />Refer to as ABILITY!!<br />What is ability?<br /> *Competence in an activity <br /> or occupation because of <br /> one&apos;s skill, training, or other <br /> qualification<br />
    • 7. Assign task or position accordingly<br /> *Exhibit his/her talent<br />Right behavior <br /> *Correct attitude to exert strength<br />Possess the skills required if possible<br /> *Must have good attitude and passion <br />Strengths<br />
    • 8. Strengths reflect abilities; heart reflects Passion<br />It doesn’t matter how strong you are if you’re not motivated to exercise that strength<br /> *No Passion = No Motivation<br />Manager should know what his people are passionate about and place them in area which reflects their passion<br />Strength must work with the heart to success<br />heart<br />
    • 9. heart<br />How is this useful to a management trainee?<br />When employees are placed in area which reflects their passion, their passion will motivate them to do the work which is assigned to them happily and effectively<br /> *This results in helping the management to achieve its goal on time<br />
    • 10. When is it not applicable to use it<br />When there are shortage of people<br /> *For sure someone got to take up the job<br />If everyone’s passion is in the same area<br /> *There must be someone to take up the project/job <br /> which no one is doing even though their passion is <br /> not in it<br />heart<br />
    • 11. heart<br /> “Take time to appreciate employees and they will reciprocate in a thousand ways.”<br />– Quotes By Bob Nelson <br />
    • 12. attitude<br />What is attitude?<br />A state of mind or a feeling ; disposition<br />2 Category of attitude<br />Positive<br />Negative<br />
    • 13. attitude<br />Manager should be able to identify this 2 category of<br />attitude in his people.<br />WHY?<br />Positive<br /> *Usually team players<br /> *Teachable sprits<br />Negative<br /> *Tend to be lone rangers<br /> *Non-teachable <br />
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    • 15. attitude<br />What if the best performer in the team is of a<br />negative attitude?<br />Choose attitude over talent<br />Why?<br /> *People with negative attitude don’t have a learner’s <br /> heart<br />What if the person is the best performer?<br /> *Get rid of them<br /> *Hurt in the short run, but not in the long run<br /> *Put constant drag on everyone<br /> *Poor examples to others <br />
    • 16. In order to manage a person to work functional, the employee should get familiar with his personality<br />There are 3 kinds of barriers that keep you away from success<br /> *Extra sensitivity<br /> *Bad habit<br /> *Doldrums<br />Personality<br />
    • 17. Personal management<br />The differences between people are multi aspect, the most important one is the personality<br />In order to understand the relationship between the personality and behaviours, there may be 5 points<br /> 1. Control Point<br /> 2. Authoritarianism<br /> 3. Self-esteem<br /> 4. Self-monitoring<br /> 5. Adventurism<br />
    • 18. The 5 points in last slide is not totally independent, <br />one person may have several personalities at same <br />time, so there are also 5 types of people according <br />to their personal characters.<br /> 1. Realistic type<br /> 2. Research type<br /> 3. Social type<br /> 4. Traditional type<br /> 5. Enterprise type<br />personality<br />
    • 19. It is not easy to know everybody’s character, so<br />in real life, how should we do a better<br />management, we may take some actions.<br /> 1. Personal Survey<br /> 2. Behaviour observation<br /> 3. Performance evaluation <br />Personality<br />
    • 20. Refers to knowledge / skills / know-how<br />Experiences are knowledge accumulated over a period of time<br />Each Person are a product of their own life Experiences. E.g. Social & Leadership<br />Experiences<br />
    • 21.
    • 22. As Different jobs require different types of experience, its often a practice where employers ask job applicants about their previous line of work. <br />Social experience<br /> *Good Communication Skills<br /> *Able to handle different people at different <br /> situation<br />Experiences<br />
    • 23. Leadership Experiences<br /> *Team Builder<br /> *Motivator<br /> *Knowing the group<br /> *Setting the Example<br />Even when the particular person doesn’t have the<br />required experiences. With good positive attitude,<br />acquiring them will be an easy task.<br />Experiences<br />
    • 24. Company XYZ is expanding its industry to Malaysia due<br />to high demand in the market. They have to send 5<br />people. 5 of them have to be evaluated based on the<br />criteria of SHAPE. <br />*S for strength<br />*H for heart<br />*A for attitude <br />*P for personality <br />*E for experiences.<br />Case study<br />
    • 25. Strength: <br />*Must have the required ability to handle the<br /> operation over at Malaysia <br />*Adapt to the live style of Malaysia<br />Case study<br />
    • 26. Heart:<br />*Working oversea<br />*Must have the passion in working in Malaysia<br /> - In order to perform well <br /> - Guide the other workers <br />*Without the passion in their heart, they will not<br /> be motivated to work well there<br />Case study<br />
    • 27. Attitude: <br />*Must have a positive attitude<br />WHY? <br />*Presents of a learner heart is very important<br />*Things might be different from the present<br />*Working condition and the environment <br />*Correct attitude will allow the candidates to adapt and <br /> blend in, as well as able to handle the operation in<br /> Malaysia well<br />Case study<br />
    • 28. Personality: <br />*Different people have different personality<br />*Candidates must have the appropriate personality<br />*It’s a new environment, the candidates have to be a<br /> well socialize with the people there and also able to<br /> communicate and express themselves well<br />Case study<br />
    • 29. Case study<br />Experience: <br />*Will be able to perform the task better based on the<br /> previous experiences <br />*Their previous experience background will enhance <br /> their performance for the job<br /> In this case, experience candidate will know<br /> the operation well, hence they will be able carry out <br /> operation much smoothly and at the same time they<br /> can use the chance to even improve. <br />
    • 30. Conclusion<br />The presents of SHAPE to identity the candidates to be<br />chosen is very important as each and every category of<br />SHAPE plays an important role in choosing the right<br />candidate for the correct position.<br />Case study<br />
    • 31. Personal Experiences<br />A HTC Phone Promoter<br />*Strengths<br />*Heart<br />*Attitude<br />*Personality<br />*Experiences<br />
    • 32. Conclusion<br />To be an effective manager in managing his/her employees is <br />not purely based on book knowledge but also experience. To <br />excel, or at the least to manage employees efficiently, the very <br />first step is to understand your employees well and get along <br />well with them by interacting with them. Manager can also<br />make use of the SHAPE in assigning task or position accordingly.<br />Case study and personal experience show some situation in the <br />work field and how they manage accordingly to meet each field.<br />
    • 33. Thank you<br />

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