level 5 unit 10 Essay

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Level 5 Unit 10

LEAD AND MANAGE A TEAM WITHIN A HEALTH CARE AND SOCIAL CARE SETTING
1. Understand the features of effective team performance within a health and social care setting

1.1 Explain the features of effective team performance
Introduction
A team is a group of people working together in a related field to achieve an agreed goal, target or objective. In order to attain the overall goal activities and tasks are shared between the team members with give individuals their roles and responsibilities.

The feature of an effective team performance include the factors that the describe the team structure and the process that enables goal achievement.
Communication :
Communication is a process through which information is
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1.5 Analyse how different management styles may influence outcomes of team performance

Management styles are methods used by manager for administration in the work environments, different managers have there preferred approached based on their belief or experience in the use of managerial theories or concepts. The main aim of management is to meet goals and achieve planned targets i.e profit making, therefore approached can be altered depending on the situation and volatility of the environment.

Management styles include: taylorism, fayolism, the hawthorne effect, needs and motives, complex man, management by objectives.
Taylorism - this is scientific management, which concept called is ‘one best way’ to task performance. The idea that is that management make decisions and direct the staff to carry decisions out, without any fear or favor or emotional attachment – thought or input, discretion of staff.
This leads to standard method of task performance leading to uniformity of actions and outcomes, speeds up production and increase expertise. Additional advantage is that, it help in the staff selection process thereby ensure that only required skills are sort for and employed. As a result the team will achieve its objectives early enough and a good outcome as the members are expert in the field. Team members are trained to follow only standard procedure for their

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