Personal Effectiveness Case Study

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TABLE OF CONTENTPart one Application......................................................................................3The group...........................................................................................3My role..............................................................................................3The problems.......................................................................................3The goal.............................................................................................4The method........................................................................................4Self management and self development................................................4Managing the members of the dealing room..........................................5The action plan....................................................................................6Table of the action plan..................................................................7Part two. Tasks from the textbook....................................................................8i.Qualities for self development...................................................................8Step 1. The diagnosis...............................................................................9Step 2. The goal setting............................................................................9Step 3. Planning for ongoing evaluation.........................................................9ii.Two activities.....................................................................................10Activity 31. Managing my feelings...............................................................10Activity 12. Decision making....................................................................10Bibliography.............................................................................................12PART ONE: APPLICATIONThe groupThe place of the situation is a bank's dealingroom. There are eight young professional dealers, most of them with more than 3 years experience in a dealingroom. Half of them have high educational background. They are motivated mainly by money. There are four different desks with different type of business.Money market desk: The main target of the desk is liquidity and interest rate management. The profit producing ability of the desk is low. The job here is not stressful, and basically it is sometimes boring. The two dealers have been working here for 8 years. They have not high educational background, but they have great experience.Foreign Exchange desk: This desk manages the foreign exchange risk of the bank, but because of the product it has a great profit producing ability. The dealers can open speculative positions on their own, and with the approval of the chief dealer they can open huge strategic FX positions for the bank. In an ordinary dealing room, this desk produce more than the half of the profit of the whole room. But this is not true in our...

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