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£89 1.2 Critically evaluate the strategic skills required of the leader operating in a complex environment to achieve personal and organisational strategic ambitions.
QUALIFI Level 7 International Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety Management Unit code: J/506/9064 RQF level: 7
The unit aims to support organisational and self-awareness in learners. It provides a foundation for a self- critical and reflective approach to personal development to support the learner when operating at a strategic level. Wider context organisational and environmental factors are also considered as contributors to overall strategic success of the individual and the organisation. Unit Aim
Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria
Learning Outcomes: When awarded credit for this unit, a learner will be able to:
Assessment Criteria: Assessment of this learning outcome will require a learner to demonstrate that they can:
1. Identify personal skills to achieve strategic ambitions.
Critically analyse the strategic direction of the organisation.
Critically evaluate the strategic skills required of the leader operating in a complex environment to achieve personal and organisational strategic ambitions.
Assess the relationship between existing, required and future skills to achieve strategic ambitions.
2. Manage personal leadership development to support achievement of strategic ambitions.
Critically discuss the opportunities to support leadership development.
Design a personal development plan to direct leadership development in a complex environment.
Devise an implementation process to underpin the success of the development plan that can realise substantial changes in leadership style.
3. Evaluate the effectiveness of the leadership development plan.
Critically evaluate the achievement of outcomes of the plan against original objectives.
Evaluate the impact of leadership style and the achievement of objectives on strategic ambitions in different organisational settings.
Critically review and update the leadership development plan.
4. Advocate an employee welfare environment that supports organisational values.
Critically evaluate the impact of corporate commitment to employee welfare on strategic organisational objectives.
Discuss how an employee welfare environment can affect achievement of strategic organisational objectives.
Determine the influence of corporate commitment to employee welfare on the development of organisational values that will realise strategic ambitions.
The indicative content for learners includes, but is not limited to, the following:
Approaches to business strategy
Old and new business models
Resource based approach to strategy
Analysis of the environment
Honey and Mumford learning styles
Personal development and gap analysis including developingyourself
Career anchors (Edgar Schein)
Blanchard, Adair, Blake and Mouton Models on leadership anddevelopment
Argyris’ double loop learning
Reddin’s 3D and Belbin’s team roles
Skills competences and know-hows including core and distinctivecompetences
Intellectual capital and balance score card methods
Development of a personal development plan(PDP)
Health and safety at work
Erikson’s Life Stage Theory
Kirkpatrick’s Learning Evaluation Model
Erikson’s Theory of Personal Development (1902 –1994)
Developmental and Sponsorship Mentoring
Formal and Informal Coaching.
Learners will further be introduced to, and encouraged to discuss, some of the management models, concepts and ideas that could be used to help them set departmental, project, team and their own objectives.
Human resource management at work Marchington, M. and Wilkenson, A 2008
The CIPD Employee Outlook report is based on a twice-yearly survey of over 2,000 UK employees conducted by YouGov on behalf of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, well worth a general read
Organisational Behaviour, ARVINEN MUONDON and PERKINS, KOGANPAGE
Human resource Management in a Business Context, KEW and STREDWICK, CIPD
Strategy and human resource, BOXALL, P. and PURCELL, J. (2008) CIPD
Learning and Development Talent, Jim STEWART and CLARE RIGG, CIPD
Contemporary strategy analysis. 6th ed. GRANT, R. (2008), Blackwell.
Exploring Corporate Strategy, JOHNSON and SCHOLES, PRENTICEHALL
Strategic Management and Organisational Dynamics: The Challenge of Complexity to Ways of Thinking about Organisations. 6th ed. Stacey, R., (2011), Financial Times Prentice
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