Importance Of Management Essay

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Register to read the introduction… Management takes a great deal of skill and education; however, management positions are not just for anyone. In order to be successful in a management position, one must be able to handle the responsibilities physically and mentally. In a management position, a manager must be able to plan, delegate, organize measure and control both the task and the employees, and making sure that things get done the right way. A good quote that explains a management position is "The conventional definition of management is getting work done through people, but real management is developing people through work." Agha Hasan Abedi. Retrieved Dec. 19, 2005 from To sum up the leadership and management roles is best put "Management is efficiency in climbing the ladder of success; Leadership determines whether the ladder is leaning against the right wall." Covey, Stephen R. Retrieved Dec. 14, 2005 from …show more content…
As a CNA/HHA, we know what our roles and goals are personally and have somewhat of an idea what our roles and goals are most facilities; however, depending on the management and the guidelines at each facility are not always the same and makes a person wonder about what his or her roles and goals are as an employee. At the adult daycare center, the CNA/HHA roles were to take care of the client's personal needs such as hygiene, intake and outtake of fluids and foods, diet, exercise, documentations and entertainment according to the personal care charts for each client. However, the CNA/HHA Aides' were expected to do more for the clients and the daycare than what was expected according to the job descriptions such as physical therapy, administering medications, and made to lie about the specifics to make the supervisor look good. A CNA/HHA is not trained or allowed to administer medications or perform physical therapy, which by performing these actions could result in being sued personally by both family members and the company. As for the goals, making sure that the clients were comfortable, needs was being met, and making sure that the daycare was a safe environment. These goals seem to change from week to week depending on if the state or Board of Directors was coming to do an inspection, which that whole process was a nightmare for us employees. By making sure that the rules and goals are clearly stated and understood by all employees, the employees would not be stepping on each other's toes and there would be less animosity in the work

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