Good leadership and team management is about inspiring people to work at the best of their capabilities. Leadership and team management vary slightly in terms of their responsibilities, where team management focuses on developing the strengths of a team, while leadership focuses on strategy and setting a course of action.
It can be said that leadership is similar to teamwork with the added additional of responsibility. Good leaders are highly sought after by employees even if you are not being hired for a management job due to their positive qualities. A leader must be brave, build trust among team members, be inspirational and good at delegating tasks.
When referencing team leadership skills on a CV or at an interview you will need to demonstrate how you personally impacted a teams success through positive influence. You should use words like ‘managed’ and ‘delegated’, for example you could say that due to multiple deadlines approaching you divided each task and delegated them to team members based on their current workloads.
You can gain leadership skills by volunteering to head up a community project or applying for a position of authority within a club or society. You might also like to consider volunteering to assist in running an event or activity at UBD.
Effective team work can benefit an organisation in the following ways:
Assignments, deadlines and university life together the social pressure to excel academically and achieve a successful career can easily lead to an increase in stress levels.
According to Selye, stress is someone's reaction towards an environmental demand and is a normal occurrence. During normal levels of stress our body releases hormone’s meant for survival which can help boost the immune system. However high levels of stress can be detrimental to our academic and personal life if left unchecked.
Thankfully there are some simple ways to manage stress. Take a look at our tips below: