Summary of Proceso Administrativo-Dirección: Principios, Liderazgo, Comunicación, Motivación

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This video discusses the principles of administrative process, leadership, communication, and motivation. It explains that communication can be obstructed by various barriers, and that motivation comes from within the individual. It points out that motivation is an external pressure that generates an internal change, and that all behavior is motivated by human needs.

  • 00:00:00 This YouTube video covers the principles, leadership, communication, and motivation of process administration. We'll look at the definition of process administration, its characteristics, and its various parts. We'll then discuss the role of direction in process management, and discuss the principles of directing employees. We'll also look at the influence of the administrator on the realization of plans, and discuss the importance of communication, supervision, and motivation in achieving planned results.
  • 00:05:00 The video discusses the principles of management, including communication, leadership, and motivation. It points out that while other functions, like planning and organization, are impersonal, direction is an interpersonal process that determines the relationships between individuals within the four management directions. There are also interpersonal principles, such as finding the motivational guide for subordinates and knowing how they operate. The video discusses the principle of leadership finding the guiding motivational force for subordinates and knowing how it operates. Lastly, the video discusses the principle of communication, which should flow smoothly from top to bottom and from bottom to top.
  • 00:10:00 The following is a transcript excerpt of a YouTube video titled "Proceso Administrativo-Dirección: Principios, Liderazgo, Comunicación, Motivación" which discusses the principles, leadership, communication, and motivation of process administration. Process administration can obstruct or promote objectives, and can be used to transmit information to obtain information. As a director, boss, or leader, you can use informal processes to communicate information and resolve conflicts spontaneously. At the level of the organization, there are three levels of management: the institutional level, the strategic level, and the operational level. The institutional level deals with the president and directors of area in terms of their relationship to shareholders and focuses the organization as a whole. The second level, the intermediate level, deals with tactical issues such as staff recruitment and management. Each department has its own resources and management is divided among departments and areas. The operational level, the level of direction concerned with daily operations, includes supervision. It gathers together the staff represented in the organizational hierarchy and considers each task within the operational area. Finally, we look at processes within the direction of the company. The three processes are adhesion, communication, and motivation. Leadership at this level must be
  • 00:15:00 In this video, three different types of leadership are discussed: authoritarian, liberal, and democratic. The authoritarian type of leadership is characterized by being tough and imposing, with team members working under tension and only approved by the leader. The liberal type of leadership is characterized by being permissive, giving team members some space to propose ideas but still controlling everything. The democratic type of leadership is active consultative and orienting, keeping team relationships cordial but always directing. The middle ground between these two extremes is called "mezzo leader," which is a leader who is tough on the job but also concerned with the team's well-being.
  • 00:20:00 The communication process is important in all aspects of administration, with particular importance in the role of leadership. The theory behind it is based on some incorrect and distorted conceptions of human nature, while the theory based on correct premises should reflect this. For example, in this case, according to authorities, people are lazy and indolent, or workers' meetings are the conceptions held about people in traditional management perspective. The theory develops an approach to leadership characterized by limited application and control of what relates to energy, motivation, and communication. In contrast, the traditional approach bases leadership on principles and assumptions that should be correct in relation to human nature. This is why, for example, we have in this case that according to authorities, people are perevious and indolent according to the traditional perspective. The theory has an open, dynamic, and extremely democratic style of direction according to which administrating is a process of creating opportunities. In the case of equity, for example, people avoid responsibility in order to feel more secure and people must be controlled directed in a traditional way. However, the law says that people seek and accept responsibility and challenges, and that they can be self-motivated and act on their own volition. This is why people work
  • 00:25:00 This video discusses the principles of communication, leadership, motivation. It covers the role of the transmitter and receiver in communication, and discusses the barriers to communication. It also covers the concept of noise, and how it can interfere with messages being sent. The video then moves on to discuss the organizational climate, and how it affects communication. Finally, it discusses the ability of people to communicate effectively, based on their motivation and skill in sending and receiving messages.
  • 00:30:00 The video discusses the principles of administrative process, leadership, communication, and motivation. It explains that, in terms of communication, we interpret words in a certain way because we are used to doing so or because the message was not sent well and we misinterpret the information, then we give personalized meanings to the information and the message is not understood at all. These barriers to communication are followed by the next process, motivation, which focuses on action and one of the greatest exponents of the topic, Dr. David Cooper, says that the theories of human needs start with the principle of the human being who receives his motivation for acting and behaving from within himself. Motivation comes from forces that exist within him he believes, even though when it comes to motivation, motivation is an external pressure that generates an internal change, which is within the individual himself, as stated here. Only the motivation for all behavior comes from forces that exist within the individual at any given moment. This external pressure, known as motivation, generates a change within the individual that leads to movement towards achieving objectives of the company. When we speak of motivation, we are clearly talking about energy from human needs, which are organized in a pyramid according to their importance in human behavior. At the base of the

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