An individual’s level of education and experience influences the position that one gets in a not for-profit organization. The position can either be managerial or non-managerial in nature. This position in turn influences the role one plays in the organization. Management positions can be classified into top managers, middle managers and first line managers (Murray, 1997). Top managers provide overall leadership for the organization. They develop goals and objectives as well as the strategies to meet them. Top managers spent most of their time in planning and leading as well as communicating with stakeholders. Conceptual, multicultural and strategic action competencies are crucial for top management.
Essays on Teamwork
Track and Field Reward-Based Systems Case Study
Track and field events are among the individual sports whereby individual effort is more important than the team strategy in winning the event. Team work on the other hand is quite important since when people work together, they tend to gain more as opposed to individual effort (John, 2007). This is well attributed to Kenyan athletes who in most cases employ team work in this individualized event to scoop top medals more so in 3000 m steeple chase, whereby they are seen to encourage one another and more so working as a team through out the race.