SH6000 LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT IN PROFESSIONAL CONTEXTS

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Unit 2 Principles of Health and Social Care

PART ONE- MANAGEMENT STYLE

To be completed by week 12, 16 th December

This section should be 900 words long, and is 25% of the mark for the workbook.

You should reflect back on your experience of working in a group to develop your presentation. What was the ‘management style’ adopted by your group? Was this the ‘right’ management style to achieve your goals? Justify your answer

This section should include an analysis of the management style adopted by your group, and a critical review of your team’s approach, linking it to the management style used

Reflecting on the ‘management style’ questionnaire filled at the start of the semester, has your approach to management changed since you completed the questionnaire? Why?

Please note that you need to demonstrate in this section that you understand and can apply theories of management style.

At the end of this section, you need to provide references, including books and journal articles. These should be in the correct Harvard referencing style (see the folder on ‘academic skills’ on weblearn)

Please note that you do not submit this section at this stage – use your Seminar time to discuss your progress with your Tutor.

PART TWO- LEADERSHIP, MANAGEMENT AND CHANGE

To be completed by week 18 17 th February

This section should be 900 words long, and is 25% of the mark for the workbook.

Looking back at the work you have done with your group this semester, how would you change the way that the group was managed and led?

This discussion should be linked to theories of change discussed during this semester. You should outline some of the key principles of successful change, applying these to your group’s work.

At the end of this section, you need to provide references, including books and journal articles. These should be in the correct Harvard referencing style (see the folder on ‘academic skills’ on weblearn

Please note that your seminar group will be able to discuss this section with your seminar leader up until 17 th February.

PART THREE- LEADERSHIP, MANAGEMENT AND DECISION MAKING

To be completed by week 25

This section should be 900 words long, and is 25% of the mark for the workbook

Consider critically the DECISIONS (or non-decisions) you have taken while working with your group this year. These decisions could be in your group leading up to the presentation, or in subsequent workshops and seminars. For this section, you need to consider theories of POWER. You need to discuss what form of power was used by students- both leaders and followers.

What were the barriers to taking effective decisions? This should be linked to theory e.g. of groupthink.

At the end of this section, you need to provide references, including books and journal articles. These should be in the correct Harvard referencing style (see the folder on ‘academic skills’ on weblearn)

Please note that your seminar group will be able to discuss this section with your seminar leader up until 21 st April.

PART FOUR- REFLECTION ON DEVELOPMENT OF SKILLS

To be completed by week 29- 19 th May

This section should be 900 words long, and is 25% of the mark for the workbook

Looking back over the whole module, set out FOUR key leadership/management skills that you have developed (and/or that others in your team have developed). In each case you should link the skills to reading on theory.

You should also discuss a FIFTH skill- ethical decision making. Reflecting on a management/leadership decision you (or someone in your group) have taken this year, you need to decide if the decision was ethically correct. You must link this to a theory of ethics, and justify your decision.

At the end of this section, you need to provide references, including books and journal articles. These should be in the correct Harvard referencing style (see the folder on ‘academic skills’ on weblearn)

Please note that your seminar group will be able to discuss this section with your seminar leader up until 19 th May.

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