It involves modeling the vision, forming teams, influencing them and aligning people to achieve the set goals. Leadership bears the responsibility of inspiring people and producing meaningful changes in the company. Leadership is therefore responsible for positioning people and organizations in the right positions. A good leader has the ability to articulate a vision and assign the right people the right tasks based on their talents. Leaders motivate their subordinates and in return obtain outstanding results from their employees.
As a manager, I can see myself inspiring my subordinates to think, grow and take responsibility for them. I do this by demonstrating belief in what my staff members can accomplish. I believe that I can help people to improve, and I enjoy managing and supporting their efforts. Moreover, observing the best in people is important to me. In fact, my ability to combine an acceptance of others as they are with the inspiration and encouragement they need to become even better is what makes me a valuable mentor, manager, co-worker, and friend.
Unit 201 Work in a Business Environment Outcome 2: Understand how to behave in a way that supports effective working Assessment Criteria 2.1 and 2.2 The purpose and benefits of agreeing and setting high standards for my work is for me to produce quality, high standard work that is on time, accurate and professional. It allows for me to show my interest for my work and job role I am fulfilling. It will help to show me in a good light and avoid leaving a poor impression of myself. To help set the high standards for myself I can speak to the manager to discuss what the standards are for the company and what I am required to do to implement this. I can also review pass work to gain a further understanding and feel for what standards are expected for employees of the company.
3). Human resources’ goal and strategy is to provide the employee impartial treatment, evaluations that prove fairness with consistency in support of creative talent through continued training and development. Support demonstrated to employees encourages good “attitudes towards authority, norms of interpersonal interaction, labour–management relationships, social norms of individual or group behaviour, and [respected] professional standards” according to Harzing & Ruysseveldt (2010, p. 22). This becomes central to the success of an organization and the creation of stakeholders believing and entrusting the value of the organization. The alignment of human resources’ strategy with the organizations, balances the strength of LG among its global
Unit 11 Analyse the principles, scope and purpose of professional supervision The purpose of a professional supervision is to see that the staff member is able to carry out their job role effectively and that they are working to the expected standards set. It also looks at whether the staff member is happy in their job role and to see how they would like to progress in their future; improve their work with someone in his or her life. 1.1The purpose of a professional supervision is to improve the quality of work so that the staff can achieve their outcomes which will help them achieve new ways of working and developing new skills and to adapt to different procedures needs. As a manager my roles is to help staff members to achieve a more effective practice through developing their knowledge competence and skills. In supervision the mangers role is to: • Ensure policies and procedures are followed • Maintain clarity about job roles, responsibilities and accountabilities.
Goals The main goal of this position is to place the organization under a microscope and define areas of improvement and productivity. This position is directly in line with the mission of the organization because implementation of processes and monitoring the progress is essential to the growth and development. Exploring potential problems in practices and procedure can be useful to the infrastructure of the organization. Impact on Productivity This position has a direct impact on productivity as it sole existence is based on analyzing the controls in the organization and defining if they are productive in accordance to the mission. The employees who occupying these positions are motivated to fulfill the goals and mission, therefore, they are productive in their
Person centred care means planning the care and support around the individual with them in control of the planning and delivery of the service provided. The holistic approach is important because it is essential to recognise that all parts and areas of an individual’s life will impact on their care needs. Person Centred Planning is a way of helping people to think
The main purpose of a performance appraisal system is to motivate employees to produce more and good quality work. Performance appraisal can be a necessary element for career development. Defining employees performance targets can also benefit an organization. They will ensure all employees understand what the organization expect of them. By
1.2 Explain how to support effective communication within own job role. As a team leader I am responsible for establishing the communication needs of the service users and providing appropriate support and ensure any equipment they may need to communicate is available for them. Before support to the individuals can be given, the individual’s ability, needs and preferences
Unit 98 Support Person-Centred Thinking and Planning 1.1 Person-centred thinking is based on the individual, planning on their priorities, working towards the individuals goals, building a circle of support, planning with them, supporting the individuals wishes and hopes. Reviewing and updating plans with the individual to maximise success. Enable changes of direction when required, listening to the individual and to encourage individualisation in a non judgemental manner. 1.2 The benefits of Person-centred thinking are putting the individual first, supporting individuals to make their own decisions, enabling fruitful relationships, increase the individuals feeling of worth, increase confidence and self esteem, enable and encourage the individuals involvement in the community and to promote their involvement in future planning. 1.3 The beliefs and values of Person-centred thinking is based Rogers, core conditions, encourage a growth promoting climate, Maslow, hierarchy of needs, the work of Michael Smull – essential lifestyle planning, the social model and holistic model, the principle of inclusion.