Question: Unit 71: Understand Professional Management and Leadership in Health and Social Care.
1:1 Research theories for Management and Leadership
1:2 Analyse how theoretical models of management and leadership can be applied to a range of situations in a work setting.
1:3 Analyse how the values and cultural context of an organisation influences the application of management and leadership models.
2:1 2:2 2:3 Evaluate interdependencies between leadership and management, analyse the conflicts between the application of management and leadership models and
3:1 Analyse the skills to be an effective leader and effective manager.
3:2 Explain why managers in health and social care setting need both management and leadership skills.
3:3 Analyse how Leadership skills can influence the values of the organisation
Explain why Leadership styles may need to be adapted to manage different situations.
4:1 & 4:2 Identify factors that influence policy driver & Analyse emerging themes and trends that impact on management and leadership of health and social care services.
Nettie was a full time employee, in 2000, for a candle manufacturing company in the Overberg area in the Western Cape. At that time the Department of Labour identified this specific area as one with a very high rate of unemployment. They then identified various skilled individuals in the area to train those who were unemployed, and so they selected Nettie. She thought it would be an easy and quick assignment. But after the assignment was complete the 4 ladies that she trained told her that it would be unfair of her to train them and then just leave them. Nettie, who has an amazing heart and passion for uplifting others, took this opportunity to teach these ladies further. While still working a full-time job, she would take time before work, during her lunch breaks and then again after work helping the ladies paint items and then try and sell them to earn an income for them. She managed to this for a year. From her own personal savings, she then took the opportunity to purchase a small ceramic factory in Cape Town, but not wanting to uproot the ladies from their own homes, she then moved all the equipment in the factory to the small Overberg town. Seven years ago, while on annual holiday, we by chance walked into the world of Nettie and her small group of ladies, and ever since then, we have seen the exponential growth of the factory as well as the individuals involved in the painting of these items. Today this project employs anywhere between 20-30 staff (depending on the time of year). The ladies earn their wage per item that they paint, and most of them are the sole breadwinners for their households. essay GIFTS is so proud of being associated with the passion that keeps Nettie and the team of ladies painting and growing year after year.