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Question: UNIT 503 LEAD AND MANAGE A TEAM WITHIN A RESIDENTIAL CHILDCARE SETTING.

1.1 COMPARE AND CONTRAST LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT
1.2 ANALYSE THEORETICAL MODELS OF LEADERSHIP STYLES
1.3 ANALYSE THEORETICAL MODELS OF MANAGEMENT STYLES

2.1 COMPARE MODELS OF TEAM WORKING
2.2 ANALYSE THE FEATURES OF AN EFFECTIVE TEAM
2.3 ANALYSE BARRIERS TO EFFECTIVE TEAM PERFORMANCE
2.4 ANALYSE HOW MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP STYLES INFLUENCE TEAM PERFORMANCE
2.5 ANALYSE METHODS FOR CONFLICT RESOLUTION WITHIN A TEAM

3.1 ANALYSE COMPONENTS OF A POSITIVE ORGANISATIONAL CULTURE
3.2 DEVELOP STRATEGIES TO SUPPORT A POSITIVE ORGANISATION CULTURE IN OWN TEAM
3.3 IMPLEMENT STRATEGIES TO SUPPORT A POSITIVE ORGANISATION CULTURE IN OWN TEAM
3.4 EVALUATE STRATEGIES USED TO DEVELOP A POSITIVE ORGANISATIONS STRUCTURE

4.1 SUPPORT TEAM MEMBERS TO UNDERSTAND AND COMMIT TO THE VISION AND STRATEGIC DIRECTION OF THE ORGANISATION
4.2 WORK WITH TEAM MEMBER TO AGREE TEAM OBJECTIVES THAT IMPLEMENT THE VISION, AMBITION AND STRATEGIC DIRECTION
4.3 DEPLOY THE SKILLS, INTERESTS, KNOWLEDGE, CREATIVITY AND EXPERTISE WITHIN THE TEAM TO MEET AGREED OBJECTIVES
4.4 AGREED ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES WITH TEAM MEMBERS
4.5 SUPPORT SHARING OF SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE BETWEEN TEAM MEMBERS

5.1 CARRY OUT PROFESSIONAL SUPERVISION WITH TEAM MEMBERS IN ACCORDANCE WITH ORGANISATIONAL REQUIREMENTS
5.2 SET INDIVIDUAL WORK OBJECTIVES WITH TEAM MEMBERS BASED ON AGREED TEAM OBJECTIVES
5.3 USE A SOLUTION FOCUSED APPROACH TO SUPPORT TEAM MEMBERS IN ADDRESSING CHALLENGES
5.4 SUPPORT TEAM MEMBERS TO MANAGE THEIR EMOTIONAL RESPONSES TO DISTRESSING SITUATIONS THAT ARISE IN THEIR JOB ROLE
5.5 WORK WITH TEAM MEMBERS TO IDENTIFY OPPORTUNITIES FOR CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

6.1 INVOLVE CHILDREN OR YOUNG PEOPLE IN THE MONITORING AND MANAGEMENT OF TEAM PERFORMANCE
6.2 MONITOR PROGRESS TOWARDS AGREED OBJECTIVES
6.3 PROVIDE FEEDBACK ON PERFORMANCE TO:
6.4 EXPLAIN PROCESSES FOR MANAGING INDIVIDUALS WHEN THEIR PERFORMANCE DOES NOT MEET AGREED PERSONAL OBJECTIVES
6.5 EXPLAIN PROCESSES FOR MANAGING TEAMS WHEN THEIR PERFORMANCE DOES NOT MEET AGREED OBJECTIVES
6.6 RECOGNISE INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM ACHIEVEMENTS

7.1 ANALYSE FACTORS THAT DRIVE CHANGE IN RESIDENTIAL CHILDCARE SETTINGS
7.2 COMPARE THEORIES OF CHANGE MANAGEMENT
7.3 EVALUATE TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES THAT SUPPORT TEAM MEMBERS TO IMPLEMENT CHANGE

Answer: 1.1 When we talk about leadership and management what we are talking about are two ways of organising people so that are effectively used to provide the highest quality of service. For a business to be successful, including that of a residential home it is of the upmost importance that there is both effective leaderships, as well as effective management. Researchers have demonstrated that, leadership and management are “vital elements” in running any business and although may look similar and both aim to achieve the best possible service being delivered they contrast in how this is achieved.

Leadership is a quality of influencing rather than having than having authority over people, so that the objectives are attained willingly and enthusiastically. Leadership is a skill of leading others by examples, inspiring people, as well as guiding and directing people to work together in ac...(short extract)

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  • Subject: Health and Social Care
  • Course: Health and Social Care
  • Level: Further Education
  • Year: Not applicable
  • Mark: Not available
  • Words: 11689
  • Date submitted: October 05, 2018
  • Date written: August, 2016
  • References: No
  • Document type: Essay*
  • Essay ID: 8540

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