February 29, 2016

Overview of the module

The module has been filled with learning experiences through the application of theories into various practical experimemts. It has been difficult to apply the theories mainly because much of what was taught involved a change to occur in my own mindset. This involved areas such as the 'blame culture', I find it difficult to accept that I am wrong at times and also when a problem occurs, I have a tendency to blame individuals rather than accept as a whole team. Further to this, a shift that has occured which I will be ensuring that I use for the future is the ability to lead top down but also being a leader from a helicopter perspective. I feel that my confidence has increased exponentially due to the fact I appreciate individuals more within the team, listening to the most quiet voice in the group, empowering everyone with a responsibility so that we move towards a shared vision. Life after WMG will be highly intriuging as much of what I have learnt can be applied in both my personal and professional life. My vision has become more attainable because of the learnings, dealing with erratic emotions within a pressurised enviroment, being an oberserver and not being a boss.

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