As you gain more experience and maturity in the voyage for financial independence, you get to appreciate the fact that no one succeeds alone. You may develop a particular economic vision alone but when it comes to implementing it, you need other human resources to support you.
As an employee (Teacher ) you need to be coordinated so as to become strong managers of your dream, human and financial resources.
In other wards, the relationship between you and your co-employees (Co-teachers ) ought to be mutually rewarding because no one succeeds alone. Equally as teacher, to create wealth for yourself, you have to create value for others.
For an organization to get the best from its employees, it has to treat them as volunteers and not slaves. However, for an effective management of school business, the teachers must be intelligent, self confident, approachable, good listener, objective in their approaches, firm, dependable and proactive.
School business needs both conceptual and managerial skills for an effective staff management to be put in place.
As managers and co-coordinators, your functions include planning, organizing, staffing, directing, co-coordinating and budgeting.
For the purpose of clarification, we need to define management, motivation and self esteem. In a simple language, Management is defined as the process of getting things done through other people.
Motivation on its own is the process that account for individual’s intensity, direction and persistence of effort towards attaining a goal.
While general motivation is concerned with effort towards any goal, we will focus on esteem business goals in order to reflect our singular interest in work related behavior.
The concept of Motivation, keep in mind that level of motivation varies both between individuals and within individuals at different times.
Self esteem: This a term used in psychology to reflect a person’s overall evaluation or appraisal of his or her own worth. Self esteem encompasses BELIEFS ( FOR EXAMPLE, “I am competent” or “ I am incompetent” ) and emotions such as triumph, despair, pride and shame.
A person’s self-esteem may be reflected in their behavior, such as assertiveness, shyness, confidence or caution. Self –esteem can apply specifically to a particular dimension ( for example “I believe I am a good teacher, and feel proud of that in particular”) or have global extent ( for example, “ I believe I am a good person and feel proud of myself in general”)
Psychologists usually regard self-esteem as an enduring personality characteristic ( “trait” self esteem), though normal, short-term variations ( “state” self-esteem) also exist.