BSBMGT401 Show leadership in the workplace 2

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BSBMGT401 Show leadership in the workplace 2

BSBMGT401 Show leadership in the workplace

Assessment Task 2- Assignment

Task 1

1)

An ethical organisation has a clear set of values and principles that direct that everyone undertakes their role. That is why it is so important to have ethical standards, so that we are operating by a professional set of guidelines, not what we personally think is right or wrong.

Each professional discipline or its professional association, e.g. social work, psychology, nursing, welfare work, etc, has its own particular code of ethics and/or code of conduct. All members are required to abide by their own professional code of ethics and sanctions may be applied by the professional body for breaches of these codes. Ethical codes are usually broad and encompass key areas of concern for the particular type of work being performed. By clarifying what ethical conduct is supposed to be, professions show commitment to a moral standard of behaviour.

2)

Step 1

Identify the performance benchmark. Make the quota, or other required level of production, clearly visible to the non-performing worker.

Step 2

Display the workers’ current performance figures. Illustrate to those employees a visual representation of their sub-standard results. If possible, graph a historical perspective of each worker’s results in an effort to identify any specific events or notable situations that may be responsible for declining performance.

Step 3

Entice the employees to perform better. Make an effort to positively motivate the non-performing workers to improve their results. Consider organizing a sales contest or setting some other measurable goal, and then offering a reward or prize for the best results.

Step 4

Measure current progress. Keep track of your employees’ results following your discussion about their poor performance. Post a graph or chart in a public place like a lunchroom or break area that displays each person’s progress toward the new goals.

3)

Managerial Standards

Managerial standards can be a factor in motivating or de-motivating employees, according to technology employment resource Tech Republic.

Motivation

To get the best performance from employees, there needs to be some sort of motivation beyond the weekly paycheck.

Commitment

Employees that feel as though the company has made a commitment to employee success tend to perform better, according to Personnel Systems Associates.

Employee Evaluations

An effective employee evaluation is an interactive process where the manager gives his input on the employee’s performance, and the employee gets the chance to point out what she has learned throughout the year.

4)

Compliance monitoring is one of the key components EPA uses to ensure that the regulated community obeys environmental laws and regulations.  It encompasses all regulatory agency activities performed to determine whether a facility is in compliance with applicable law.  Compliance monitoring includes:

  • formulation and implementation of compliance monitoring strategies
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  • on-site compliance monitoring:  compliance inspections, evaluations, and investigations (including review of permits, data, and other documentation)
  • off-site compliance monitoring:  data collection, review, reporting, program coordination, oversight, and support
  • inspector training, credentialing and support
  • 5)

    Category 1A person will be guilty of a Category 1 offence if they have a health and safety duty which they fail to comply with; without reasonable excuse, they engage in conduct that exposes an individual (to whom that duty is owed) to a risk of death or serious injury or illness; and they are reckless as to the risk of death or serious injury or illness to that individual.Category 2A person will be guilty of a Category 2 offence if they have a health and safety duty which they fail to comply with, and the failure exposes an individual to a risk of death or serious injury or illness.Category 3All other offences will be deemed as Category 3 offences.

    Task 2

    Documented Objectives

  • Build strong relationships between Employers and Employees
  • Make sure that all employees are treated fairly and treat others fairly
  • Train and Develop Staff Skills and Knowledge
  • Methodology

  • Build relationships through teamwork and also implement team building exercises. A work group camp or sporting activities can help to build relationships very effectively.
  • Implement diversity policy. This policy is only supporting the education organisations and the community. The Diversity policy is very effective because it prevents the act of discrimination in the workplace and areas. Any offenses will be handled and appropriate consequences will be given.
  • Implementing a training program will be useful for training the staff. Staff must also develop new skills to help improve the company performance. They develop skills that are suitable for their jobs and promotions.
  • Timeframe

    The timeframe of this implementation plan will be 6 months. However this may be shorter or longer if the performance is better or worse than expected.

    Question 2

    Training Plan

    Consulting with Unions

    Making sure that the Unions are understood and respected. The unions are a very important group that can be powerful. The unions must be satisfied as best as possible however it is important that the business makes sure that it is effective and efficient.

    Ensuring Legality

    Compliance to all laws, policies and procedures. The business is strict on making sure each staff and employer followers the legal compliances.

    Employer Representations for Advice and Support

    Employers must be available and open for advice and support. Consultation is important and can help many performance including the employee and employer.

    Task 3

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