Roles and Behaviors appendix b 2
Roles and Behaviors appendix b 2
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Axia College Material Appendix B Roles and Behaviors The Thompson Financial Company, LLC is a Limited Liability Company. Our Company is an admired multinational financial services company that provides individuals and institutions with innovative solutions for growing and protecting Description of Company wealth. The Company’s mission, vision and strategy combined with its values, principles and polices are the cornerstones of its operations. Roles and Behaviors Their role is to create a good business plan for the Company. The business plan will identify the structure of my Company by defining its responsibilities and activities. Entrepreneurs create the Company’s objectives and develop practical strategies to help meet those objectives while providing a competitive edge. Financial entrepreneurs are openedminded and flexible. They work long Entrepreneurs hours and possess the characteristic of being in control. They are prepared to take projected risks in decisionmaking. Entrepreneurs are tough people, who resolve problems and regard challenges. They find satisfaction in developing solutions to problems that are apparently unattainable. They have a resolute, talented and creative feel for the business. Manager’s collaborate in developing strategies for the Company and they make decision as to which role to employ to their staff at any given time. They handle crisis, manage competing agendas, attend many meetings and they administer and provide proficient and effective service. Manager’s plan and organize the Company’s business obligation and are usually rewarded with salary, bonuses and benefits such as health insurance and stock options. A role of Managers the Financial Managers is to think about the clients needs at all times. Yet, they make decisions about how he or she can assist the employee in providing that need for the client. Managers possess the professional skill of a good teacher. They must evaluate the employee’s enthusiasm for the manager’s beneficial involvement. For instance they must hire a staff that have high dynamics such as developmental and skill levels, motivation and a good learning style. Employees BUS 210 Employees are nonmanagerial staff members that usually are paid over time if they work more that 7.5 to 8 hours a day. They normally report directly to a Manager. Employees must be responsive to those that are in authority. They should possess characteristics such as dependable, selfmotivated, organized, punctual and trustworthy individuals. These are the ones who actually perform the necessary job responsibilities and tasks to make the sale of a product, which in turn increases the profitability and capital for the Company. Those employees that are proactive and seek out to perform their daytoday tasks in a more efficient and innovative way are those that are promoted to higher level and higher paid positions. Patience, attentive, responsible, respectful and courteous are values that should cultivate in my organization. Being honest, trustworthy, reliable, and dependable. With that said, good business ethics should be a part of every business. These are values What behaviors and attitudes that cannot be learned in a college classroom or during job should be cultivated in your organization? training, but are ethical values that come from being a good person. BUS 210
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