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Facilitation;
Facilitation is defined as the practice or process of making things easier. In a Leadership context it provides an impartial, objective point of view that assists in the development of new ideas, the resolution of differences, the improvement of processes, and the building of team spirit. ;
Feedback;
The flow of information back to the learner so that actual performance can be compared with planned performance.;
Fiedler contingency model;
A leaderhship theory that proposed that effective group performance depended on the proper match between a leader's style of interacting with his or her followers and the degree to which the situation allowed the leader to control and influence. ;
Five Focusing Steps;
In the Theory of Constraints, a process to continuously improve organizational profit by evaluating the production system and market mix to determine how to make the most profit using the system constraint. The steps consist of: 1. Identify the constraint to the system. 2. Decide how to exploit the constraint to the system. 3. Subordinate all non constraints to the constraint. 4. Elevate the constraint to the system 5. Return to step 1 if the constraint is broken in any previous step, while not allowing any inertia to set in.;
Five Why's;
The practice of (Japanese) asking "why" five times when confronted with a problem. By the time the fifth why is answered, they believe they have found the ultimate cause of the problem.;
Flexibility;
The ability of a system to respond quickly, in terms of range and time, to external or internal changes.;
Flextime;
An arrangement in which employees are allowed to choose work hours as long as the standard number of work hours are met. Also, some flextime systems require that the hours fall within a certain range, e.g. 5:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M.;
Follow-up;
Monitoring of job, task, or project progress to see that operations are performed on schedule.;