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Unit Reference Number
Unit 01: Leadership and People Management
Total Qualification Time (TQT)
Guided Learning Hours (GLH)
Number of Credits
Mandatory / Optional
Unit Grading Structure
Pass / Fail
The aim of this unit is to enable learners to understand theories of leadership and management and how to use leadership and management skills to improve motivation and performance. Learners will also analyse team dynamics and its importance in achieving organisational goals.
Learning Outcome – The learner will:
Assessment Criterion – The learner can:
Understand theories of leadership and people management.
Assess the skills and attributes needed for leadership.
Evaluate the differences between leadership and management.
Compare and contrast leadership styles for different management positions.
Be able to assess ways to improve motivation and performance by applying leadership skills.
Evaluate ways to motivate staff to achieve organisational objectives.
Assess the link between motivational theories and reward.
Assess the effectiveness of reward systems in different types of organisations.
Evaluate the methods employers use to monitor employee engagement and performance.
Be able to plan and carry out assessment of individual work performance and development.
Analyse the factors involved in planning the monitoring and assessment of work performance.
Plan and deliver the assessment of the development needs of individuals.
Evaluate the success of the assessment process.
Be able to analyse team dynamics and its importance in achieving organisational goals.
Evaluate the benefits of team-working for an organisation.
Analyse ways in which managers can resolve conflicts within a team to achieve organisational goals.
Review the effectiveness of the team dynamics in achieving specified goals.
Learning Outcomes 1 and 2
Leadership and Management Leadership Theories
Learning Outcomes 2 and 3
Motivation Theories, Monitoring and Performance Management
Learning Outcome 3 Planning and assessment of work performance
Learning Outcomes 1 and 4
Teams and Groups
practices; team formation e.g. Tuckman, structures and interactions e.g. Belbin’s Team Role Theory, Adair’s Action Centred Leadership model; benefits of team working; politics of working relationships; diversity issues; working cultures and practices; promotion of anti-discriminatory practices and behaviours; team building processes; conflict resolution; delegation and empowerment; coaching, support, mentoring; training, supervision, monitoring and evaluation
Assessment: UNIT 01: LEADERSHIP AND PEOPLE MANAGEMENT
To achieve a ‘pass’ for this unit, learners must provide evidence to demonstrate that they have fulfilled all the learning outcomes and meet the standards specified by all assessment criteria.
Learning Outcomes to be met
Assessment criteria covered
All 1 to 4
All ACs under LO 1 to 4
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Robbins, S. and Judge, T. (2009) Organizational Behaviour. New Jersey: Person Prentice Hall
In order to complete this assessment successfully, every student must give a strong emphasis towards the learning outcome which states to 1.1 assess the skills and attributes needed for leadership.
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