1. Identify the most commonly cited skills and competencies associated with successful managing and leading in organisations.
2. Nominate one skill to develop further which you believe is a ‘strength’. This skill is likely to be a competency you are relatively good at, you are passionate about, and (hopefully) your organisation also values highly.
3. Nominate a second skill you believe would make a good ‘complementary behaviour’ to develop alongside your chosen strength. Working on a strength and complementary behavior is a little like cross-training in sports; it will help you to perform at a higher level.
4. Justify your selection of both management skills based on relevant past experiences (especially any ‘critical incidents’), self-assessment exercises, future career ambitions, and/or relevant theory.
5. Pinpoint those ‘guidelines’ (principles, methods and/or theories) which have influenced your past approaches to these nominated skills (that is, explicit or implicit theories-in-use, conscious and unconscious, which inform or direct your practice).
1. Identification of skills identified with successful managing and leading (10%) •
2. Justification for personal selection of chosen management skills (30%)
3. Articulation of relevant guidelines (principles, methods and/or theories) informing past practice of your chosen skills (30%)
4. Quality of written communication (20%)
5. Quality of referencing based on Harvard style referencing(5%)
6. Evidence of thoughtful self-assessment (5%)
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