To me, leadership mean being responsible and someone who can manage time really well. A leader can walk their followers to the right path of success. Someone who is in control because of their personality of trustworthiness and always deliberative from the world which is unpredictable. I currently exhibit leadership while working on any project for my college or high school classes. I take the role of a leader and always work diligently enough to get good compliments from peers and instructors. However, I also want to obtain Vice president position in National Honor Society. Since I believe that I am perfectly qualified for that position and also ready for the responsibility. Something I expect to gain from this camp is knowledge because knowledge
People need to know there coaching and training needs. Team leaders will need to find strategies in making a person centred team work.
Focus on the children 's strengths as well as areas of additional need. Recognise the personal and
2.1 Explaining the implementation of policies e.g. confidentiality, every child matters; legislation- Care Act 2014, regulations by Care Quality Commission (CQC) and codes of practice that are relevant to Rachel finding a care home for her mother
I will explain on how my chosen service is designed to meet the health needs, developmental needs and social care needs for my chosen client group. How will Carters Green Medical Centre meet the needs of my client group (children) with their health and growing up as well as socialising skills?
It is important that staff recognise that human rights of all individuals involved in the service/s and that everyone be treated with dignity and respect. This rights include the equal access to assistance, confidentiality and acknowledgement of cultural heritage. This is important in relation to ATSI’s, as historically they have suffered at the hands of past government mistakes and may be less reluctant to use the service/s or follow procedure/policies because of their past experiences.
The NHS is the pride of Britain being the fifth largest employer in the world. It is more than a health service provider. It is part of who we are. It never fails to hit the headlines almost every day for various achievements, underperformance or deficit. It has become every political party's agenda to have proposals of how to protect, preserve, enhance and improve performance of the NHS. The core of the NHS lies in the millions of staff working tirelessly to provide the best possible care for the patient. Like with any other large business organizations the NHS faces innumerable challenges. But what sets it apart from other businesses is the fact that the NHS core values are centered on the well being of patients. It strives to achieve the
When working within the care sector it is vital that services provide a reasonable quality of care to the individuals who require support, and to ensure that this is the case services have various policies, procedures, individuals and staff teams that must collaborate together in order produce a high quality of care and maintain it with the ability to evidence as to exactly how this is established and to whom is accountable.
There are many different views and perceptions on leadership and what it exactly means. This is because there are many different types of leaders and many different views on them. But the basic meaning of leadership is an individual who can select the right group of followers and influence them through their distinct gifts, abilities, skills and knowledge. A leader focuses on the follower and puts out a roadmap to the overall mission and vision; hereby the follower is influenced to willingly and enthusiastically in achieving the mission and vision. The leader achieves this influence by humbly delivering a visionary perception of the future in clear terms that resonates with the follower in terms of their believes and values. Leaders have several
A leader is one of the main component of an organization. There is no organization without a leader. A leader is a person who have the power or authority to lead, guide, or command other individual, a team, or an organization. As an organization is a tool to achieve an objective, there is a need of a leader to lead everyone in the organization to achieve the objective.
Within my work setting I am required to communicate with a range of groups and individuals. This includes service users, their families and friends, internal staff such as care staff, senior care staff, nurses and managerial staff. Sometimes, it is also necessary to liaise with external staff and agencies. For example, health professionals such as GP 's and district nurses, advocates, social workers and the Care Quality Commission. At present, the level of communication required between myself and external practitioners and agencies is of a limited nature. However, this will not be as limited as I begin to progress within my career and take on further responsibilities.
Change Management has more control over all parties or groups and focuses on the here and now, while Change Leadership focuses on larger changes, according to Kotter. By applying Mayer’s idea of formal authority to Kotter’s position of change, and who oversees the change, one can see the correspondence to both. In a position of power, aka “formal authority,” one can choose the outcome and influence others, the structure of the organization and possible conflicts to the decision. The way change occurs is a very broad concept, I do agree with Kotter and his idea that management and leadership change is very different, and it is a source of power. When applying change while in a position of authority and possessing the power by structure, influence and authority where one ultimately choses the direction and possible conflict that can or cannot
From my point of view , Leadership has more to it than I can possibly imagine. I define leadership as the art of enabling a group of people get to a specific destination.As a leader your main focus was to enable your followers lead theselves. As i think deeper i realise a person cannot choose to be a leader. I think a lot of the time people take on leadership positions without knowing. For example The role of leading your siblings because you are the first child is not by choice you just become a leader in that situation by birth.Although someone might argue that for some leadership positions a person has to choose to run for that position. I think this perception only applies to big leadership positions which constitute a minimal number of leadership positions.
Leadership is the art of empowering people around you to achieve a goal. As a leader I want to help others become leaders themselves. I firmly believe that by leading based on my values this will be accomplished. I have had many leadership influences throughout my career. Some of them showed me the way I wanted to someday lead and others showed me exactly how not to. Either way, both were influences. The people in my life that influenced me in a positive way always empowered me. They raised me up; they believed in my potential even when I could not see it for myself. They supported, cared for and listened intently to my concerns and needs. Goal after goal was met, trust was evident and the moral was positive and uplifting. There
The main difference between leaders and managers are the relationship between the followers and manager and leaders, how leaders and managers solve the problems they face and the difference in emotional intelligence between leaders and managers. Leaders and managers have difference in point in view for the future of the business. The essence of leadership is to have a