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7052CRB SEPJAN2324 – Leading and Creating Organisational Health and Well being

University

Coventry University

Subject

Management

Module Code

7052CRB SEPJAN2324
Leading and Creating Organisational Health and Wellbeing

Assignment Task

Assignment Brief:

This is an individual assignment based on a critical analysis of a real organisational issue. To complete this assignment, you must choose one of the case studies below from the choice provided on AULA and complete all 3 tasks:

 

 

  1. Sky
  2. West Midlands Police

3.            Urban Green Newcastle

 

 

IMPORTANT: If you use a different case study to the ones provided you will fail and receive 0% grade.

 

 

The assignment consists of a 3,500 word equivalent portfolio of three tasks. In order to complete this assignment, you must:

  • Submit a report meeting the needs of Task 1,

•               Submit either a PowerPoint or a leaflet which meets the needs of one of the 2 options identified in Task 2, and

  • Submit the critical personal and professional element identified in Task

 

 

Your 3,500 word equivalent submission will be assessed on the following areas:

 

 

  Maximum marks available
1. Write a report critically evaluating the organisation’s approach to leadership, diversity, health and well-being. 45
2. Develop and prepare a PowerPoint or Leaflet justifying recommendations. 45
3. A critical personal and professional account 10
Total 100

 

The submission is divided into three tasks.

 

 

Task 1 – Report (1500 words) – Total marks 45% (including content, layout and references)

 

Developing a strategy to lead health (physical and mental) and wellbeing

Write a report which critically evaluates the case study company’s current approach to:

  1. leadership,
  2. diversity,
  3. organisational health and

It is expected that appropriate models, academic sources and good practice theory will be applied and be academically rigorous to support your work. Your work must be based on CMI and Module related materials. You must include references.

 

 

Task 2 – Recommendations (PowerPoint or leaflet 500 words and supporting notes

1000 words) Total marks 45%

You must include 3 recommendations (one for leadership, one for diversity and one for health and wellbeing) stating what the leaders in the case study must do to build a culture that values health and wellbeing and diversity.

These recommendations are derived from the findings in your task 1 report which related to the leadership of diversity and organisational wellbeing within the case study organisation. You must justify each recommendation.

Choose one of the options below for your recommendations.

  1. Create a PowerPoint (500 words) plus supporting notes (1000 words). Please note this does not need to be recorded or

or

  1. Create an information leaflet (500 words) A4, plus supporting notes (1000 words).

It is expected that where appropriate, relevant CMI and module-related materials, academic sources and good practice theory will be applied and be academically rigorous to support your work. The use of such materials must be reflected in your ‘supporting notes’. You must include references.

 

Please note: Consider your audience to be fellow employees and managers within the case study organisation; therefore, your PowerPoint or leaflet must be professional in layout.

 

 

Task 3 – Personal and professional account (500 words – 10% of the marks)

Using the CMI Code of Conduct and Practice, www.managers.org.uk/code write a critical personal and professional account, answering the following question:

Which 2 leadership skills and 2 leadership behaviours do you need to develop in order to effectively manage and develop a culture of health and wellbeing in your current or future career?

Please note, this task must be about you and not the case study

 

 

Submission Instructions:

Remember

  1. This is an individual You may not work in groups, formally or informally.
  2. Your assessment of the organisation’s position and your recommendations MUST be based upon the case study interview you have
  3. Some wider research is beneficial, but it must not detract from your prime focus which is the case study interview and CMI and module-related models and content.
  4. In your responses, you are allowed to make reasonable research-based assumptions to the case study details provided. However, the case study should not be changed or compromised in any way. If your analysis is not based on the case study interview you will lose significant marks. If you use a different case study to the ones provided you will fail and receive 0% grade
  5. You need to apply a selection of the models, tools and methods that have been referred to in the module and discuss their relevance to the situation as you understand it from the case study
  6. You will lose significant marks by using models and theories which are not part of the Module
  7. You will lose marks by not applying evidence to those models and theories
Your report must:
  1. Include a cover sheet with your ID number (NOT YOUR NAME), your chosen employer case study and your word
  2. Be typed in Word or PowerPoint– DO NOT upload PDF versions of your
  3. Include page numbers,
  4. Be written in Arial font size 12,
  5. Be 5 spaced,

 

  1. Be submitted on Turnitin / Handin (as directed) by the assignment deadline. Submit tasks 1, task 2 (supporting notes only), task 3 and reference list as one word document via submission
  2. Submit Task 2 PowerPoint or leaflet and supporting notes via submission
  3. Include the following statement on the cover sheet: The work contained in this document has been submitted by the student in partial fulfilment of the requirement of their course and award and is confirmation that this is their own

Please note that cover sheet, contents page, tables/diagrams/charts, appendices and the reference list are not included in the word count. However, do not rely on appendices for information which directly supports your report – appendices are not marked. Do not rely on extensive use of tables to support your report – you are marked on the quality of your analysis, not the quantity of words.

 

 

Important University assessment rules for you to note:

 

 

  1. Please submit separate electronic copy of your assignment through Turnitin / Handin as You can access the Turnitin / Handin links through the module web.

 

 

  1. The electronic version of your assignment may be used to enable checks to be made using anti-plagiarism software and approved plagiarism checking websites. Your course work will be given a zero mark if you do not submit a copy through Turnitin where applicable which can assessed by Turnitin.

 

 

  1. All work submitted after the submission deadline without an approved valid reason (see below) will be given a mark of zero. (This is not the same as a non- submission, which will be graded as AB (absent).

 

 

  1. Should you submit work on time but fail the assignment, you may be offered a resit opportunity at the discretion of the PAB (Programme Assessment Board). A resit module mark will be capped at 40%.

 

 

  1. The University wants you to do your However, we know that sometimes events happen which mean that you can’t submit your coursework by the deadline – these events should be beyond your control and not easy to predict. If this happens, you can apply for an extension to your deadline for up to two weeks, or if you need longer, you can apply for a deferral, which takes you to the next assessment period (for example, to the resit period following the main Assessment Boards). You must apply to your Faculty Registry team before the deadline.

 

 

  1. You will find information about the process and what is or is not considered to be an event beyond your control at: https://share.coventry.ac.uk/students/Registry/Pages/Deferrals aaspx

 

  1. If, on the final submission date, Turnitin is not working then you must email a copy of your work to the module leader before the deadline date and time. This email will provide evidence that you have completed the work on Once Turnitin is working again you can then submit your assignment through it for marking. Consider taking screenshots of the problem you encountered as supportive evidence if needed.

 

 

  1. If you think that you will need an extension or deferral, please ensure that you contact the Administrative Support person or office linked to your Course to process the request. This information will normally be found in your Course Alternatively seek advice from your Course Director or Registry team if you are unsure.

NOTE: The 7052CRB module teaching team cannot process or approve extension or deferral requests.

 

  1. Students MUST keep a copy and/or an electronic file of their

 

 

  1. There is an allowance of plus 10% of the word count limit. Marks may be deducted if you exceed the word count limit. Tables do not add to the word count, but it is not recommended that you include tables to an excessive amount. Marks are given for analysis, evidence and application of models /

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marking and Feedback

How will my assignment be marked?

Your assignment will be marked by the module marking team.

How will I receive my grades and feedback?

Marks will be released once agreed at the MAP in January 2024. Feedback will be provided on Turnitin.

What will I be marked against?

Details of the marking criteria for this task can be found at the bottom of this assignment brief.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Assessed Module Learning Outcomes

The Learning Outcomes for this module align to the marking criteria which can be found at the end of this brief. Ensure you understand the marking criteria to ensure successful achievement of the assessment task. The following module learning outcomes are assessed in this task:

Module Learning Outcomes
LO1: Critically evaluate ethical and inclusive approaches to leadership, diversity and organisational wellbeing in professional practice
LO2: Critically reflect on the leadership qualities for effectively managing health and wellbeing in a practice context in relation to professional development.
PSRB Learning Outcomes
PSRB LO1 Understand the principles for leading and developing people
PSRB LO2 Understand leadership and development strategy
PSRB LO3 Understand the impact of managing mental health and wellbeing on organisational performance
PSRB LO4 Know how to develop a culture of mental health and wellbeing

 

 

Assignment Support and Academic Integrity

If you have any questions about this assignment please see the Student Guidance on Coursework for more information.

 

Spelling, Punctuation, and Grammar:

You are expected to use effective, accurate, and appropriate language within this assessment task.

 

Academic Integrity:

The work you submit must be your own, or in the case of groupwork, that of your group. All sources of information need to be acknowledged and attributed; therefore, you must provide references for all sources of information and acknowledge any tools used in the production of your work, including Artificial Intelligence (AI). We use detection software and make routine checks for evidence of academic misconduct.

Definitions of academic misconduct, including plagiarism, self-plagiarism, and collusion can be found on the Student Portal. All cases of suspected academic misconduct are referred for investigation, the outcomes of which can have profound consequences to your studies. For more information on academic integrity please visit the Academic and Research Integrity section of the Student Portal.

Support for Students with Disabilities or Additional Needs:

If you have a disability, long-term health condition, specific learning difference, mental health diagnosis or symptoms and have discussed your support needs with health and wellbeing you may be able to access support that will help with your studies.

If you feel you may benefit from additional support, but have not disclosed a disability to the University, or have disclosed but are yet to discuss your support needs it is important to let us know so we can provide the right support for your circumstances. Visit the Student Portal to find out more.

Unable to Submit on Time?

The University wants you to do your best. However, we know that sometimes events happen which mean that you cannot submit your assessment by the deadline or sit a scheduled exam. If you think this might be the case, guidance on understanding what counts as an extenuating circumstance, and how to apply is available on the Student Portal.

 

 

Administration of Assessment

Module Leader Name: Susan Barnes

Module Leader Email: [email protected]

Assignment Category: Portfolio Attempt Type: Standard Component Code: CW

 

Assessment Marking Criteria

 

Developing a strategy to lead health (physical and mental) and wellbeing. (1,500 words – Total marks 45% (40% content, and 5% for layout and referencing)

 

Produce a 1,500-word report which completes task 1 below:

 

Write a report which critically evaluates the case study company’s current approach to Leadership, diversity, health and organisational health and wellbeing.

 

It is expected that appropriate models, academic sources and good practice theory will be applied and be academically rigorous to support your work. Your work must be based on CMI and Module related materials

 

We expect that the Task 1 report which consists of 1,500 words will be structured as follows:

 

 

  1. Cover sheet and contents page (See guidance on coursework This does not add to the word count).
  2. A brief introduction to the case study organisation (100 words), based on the
  3. Leadership (600 words) A critical analysis of the company’s approach to leadership and leadership styles as evidenced in the case study Remember to include definitions, citations and relevant theory and/or model.
  4. Health and well-being (400 words) A critical analysis of the company’s current approach to health and well-being. Remember to include definitions, citations and relevant theory and/or model/best practice
  5. Diversity (400 words) An analysis of the company’s current approach to Remember to include definitions, citiations and relevant theory and/or model/best practice/legislation
  6. The last page is References – Remember to cite relevant information

References are not included in the word count.

This analysis will inform the recommendations for Task 2.

 

 

 

 

  Marks Below 40%:

Poor down to Irrelevant

Marks in the range 40– 49%: Adequate Marks in the range 50– 59%: Good Marks in the range 60– 69%: Very Good Marks 70% and above: Excellent to outstanding
OVERALL (40%)

 

Consisting of

This work does not meet the task requirements of the assignment. The work demonstrates little or no understanding of the analysis, and little insight into the content of the module or task. At lower grades, the analysis is not grounded in the case study interview. CMI and module- related resources are not evident. An adequate ability to meet the task requirements but perhaps only marginally, and without confidence. A great deal of further work is required, and some aspects of the analysis appear to be misunderstood.

The analysis is partially grounded in the case study interview. The use of CMI and module-related resources are limited.

A commitment to meeting the task requirements set within the analysis. Task requirements are met, but not always confidently. The work may display some misunderstandings and flaws in the thought process. The analysis is partially grounded in the case study interview. The use of CMI and module- related resources is limited but still evident. Evidence of a competent level of work. Task requirements met, but there is the suggestion that some further work could be beneficial. There is clear evidence of a desire to master the tasks defined within the analysis. The focus of the analysis is clearly grounded in the case study interview. The use of CMI and module-related resources is clear. Articulate and generally persuasive levels of work. The task requirements are fully met and perhaps exceeded. There is clear evidence of an ability to master the tasks defined within the analysis. The focus of the analysis is clearly grounded in the case study interview. The use of CMI and module- related resources is fully evidenced.
Introduction (est. 100 word) Does not adequately address the section; the introduction is minimal, non-existent, or irrelevant. Some attempt to address the section but with significant irrelevance; the introduction may not have appropriate or relevant detail. Generally addresses the section but with some irrelevance; the introduction may only have partly appropriate detail. Addresses the section appropriately; the introduction has mostly appropriate detail. Fully addresses the section throughout; the introduction has appropriate detail.
Leadership (est. 600 words) Does not adequately address the section; evidence is irrelevant or absent. No evidence of leadership models/theories Some attempt to address the section but with significant irrelevance; the analysis is undeveloped or only weakly supported. Some evidence of leadership models/theories Generally, addresses the section but with some irrelevance; the analysis is only partly developed or supported.

Some evidence of leadership

models/theories with some links to case study.

Addresses the section appropriately; the analysis is mostly developed, and evidence is generally appropriate. Good evidence of leadership models/theory and links with case study. Fully addresses the section throughout; the analysis is developed and supported with fully appropriate evidence. Excellent evidence of leadership model/theory with excellent links to case study

 

 

Health and Well- being (est. 400 words) Does not adequately address the section; evidence is irrelevant or absent. No evidence of health and wellbeing strategies/ ‘best

practice’

Some attempt to address the section but with significant irrelevance; the analysis is undeveloped or only weakly supported. Some evidence of health and wellbeing

strategies/’best practice’

Generally, addresses the section but with some irrelevance; the analysis is only partly developed or supported. Some evidence of health and wellbeing strategies/’best practice with some links to

case study.

Addresses the section appropriately; the analysis is mostly developed, and evidence is generally appropriate, and are clearly linked to the case study. Good evidence of health and wellbeing strategies/’best

practice and links with case study

The analysis is developed and supported with fully appropriate evidence and are clearly linked to the case study. Excellent evidence of health and wellbeing

strategies/’best practice’ and links with case study.

Diversity (est. 400 words) Does not adequately address the section: evidence is irrelevant or absent. No evidence of relevant legislation and ‘best practice’ Some attempt to address the section but with significant irrelevance; the analysis is undeveloped or only weakly supported.

Some evidence of relevant

legislation and ‘best practice’

Generally, addresses the section but with some irrelevance: the analysis is only partly developed or supported. Some evidence of relevant legislation and ‘best practice’ relating to the case study. Addresses the section appropriately, the analysis is mostly developed, and evidence is generally appropriate, and is clearly linked to the case study.

Good evidence of relevant legislation and ‘best practice’ relating to the case study.

Fully addresses the section throughout; the analysis is developed and supported with fully appropriate evidence, clearly linked to the case study. Excellent evidence of relevant legislation and ‘best practice’ with relevant links to case study
Plus an additional 5% for Overall presentation and application of Referencing and Citations Sources are entirely inappropriate, or no references are given, or use of sources and referencing are completely inadequate. Little or no logical structure. Argument very unclear or unintelligible. Grasp of language inadequate for the task. Limited use of CMI and module-related academic sources, partly inappropriate; referencing has many serious errors; quotation and paraphrase not usually

distinguishable or there may be excessive quotation. Structure between and within paragraphs and sections shows significant weaknesses. Argument

unclear. Quite weak control and very limited language range, with frequent errors impeding message.

Use of CMI and module- related academic materials is evidenced in

some sections.Referencing has many errors; quotation and paraphrase sometimes not distinguishable or there

may be over-reliance on quotation. Structure between and within paragraphs and sections shows mixture of strengths and weaknesses.

Argument only partly

language adequate, but limited in range, with errors occasionally impeding

message.

Good range of appropriate CMI and module-related academic materials, all referenced, though with a few errors; quotation and paraphrase are usually clearly distinguishable.

Mostly logical structure between and within paragraphs and sections. Argument mostly coherent. Generally good control and range of language, though with a few errors not usually impeding message.

Wide range of appropriate Module-related CMI sources accurately referenced, (any errors are minor and occasional), quotation and paraphrase fully distinguishable. Fully logical structure between

and within paragraphs and sections. Fully coherent argument. Excellent control and range of appropriate language; only minor impede message.

 

Task 2 – Presentation and justification of recommendations

 

(45% of the marks includes content, layout and referencing) (500 words PowerPoint and 1000 words supporting notes)

 

 

Based upon your findings in the report in relation to the leadership of diversity and organisational well-being within the case study company in Task 1, Choose one of the options from 2 options listed below to present your recommendations stating what leaders in the case study must do to build a culture that values health and wellbeing and diversity.

 

 

 

  • Create a PowerPoint (500 words) plus supporting notes (1000 words) Please note this does not need to be recorded or

or

  • Create an information leaflet (500 words) A4 size, plus supporting notes (1000 words)

It is expected that where appropriate, relevant CMI and module-related materials, academic sources and good practice theory will be applied and be academically rigorous to support your work. The use of such materials must be reflected in your ‘supporting notes’.

 

We expect that task 2 presentation includes 10 professionally created PowerPoint slides which state the recommendations and justify each one. Bullet points and images/tables to emphasise points and references are expected. Each slide will include supporting notes in order to demonstrate academic content. These can be added to the PowerPoint notes section on each of the PowerPoint slides. (Please also remember to upload a word copy of your supporting notes in the submission link for tasks 1 and 3 in addition to the submission link for task 2).

 

Recommendations – no more than 3 recommendations linked to the company’s approaches to Leadership, Culture, Diversity, Health and Well-being including the changes required and the benefits to the organisation.

 

Introductory slide – your name, student ID, course etc and name of case study

 

 

Slide 2 – List of recommendations and brief outline of presentation identify which they relate to ie leadership, health and wellbeing, diversity

 

 

Slides 3-4 recommendation 1 and justification – as a minimum, state why your recommendation is a good idea, explain what is good about it and what limitations it

 

might have explain how it will work, explain what the benefits of the recommendation will be to the organisation, team and individual employees.

 

 

Slides 5-6 Recommendation 2 and justification – as a minimum, state why your recommendation is a good idea, explain what is good about it and what limitations it might have explain how it will work, explain what the benefits of the recommendation will be to the organisation, team and individual employees

 

 

Slides 7-8 recommendation 3 and justification as a minimum, state why your recommendation is a good idea, explain what is good about it and what limitations it might have, explain how it will work, explain what the benefits of the recommendation will be to the organisation, team and individual employees

 

Slide 9 summary

 

 

Slide 10 references

 

Or

 

Leaflet includes A4 sided professionally presented leaflet with supporting notes Presenting each recommendation and justification. (See guidance above)

(Please also remember to upload a word copy of your supporting notes in the submission link for tasks 1 and 3 in addition to the submission link for task 2).

If you choose to present your recommendations on a PowerPoint or leaflet and supporting notes, it is expected they will be a standard suitable to present to the leader in the case study so please carefully consider, size of text and fonts, background colours and images.

 

Remember to reference any images which have not been created by you.

 

 

  Marks Below 40% Marks in the range 41– 49% Marks in the range 50– 59% Marks in the range 60– 69% Marks 70% and above
OVERALL (40%)

 

Consisting of

This work does not meet the task requirements of the assignment. The work demonstrates little or no understanding of the analysis, and the recommendations provide

little insight into the content of the module or task. At lower grades, the recommendations are not grounded in the case study analysis. CMI and module- related resources are not evident.

An adequate ability to meet the task requirements but perhaps only marginally, and without confidence. A great deal of further work is required, and some aspects of the analysis and recommendations appear

to be misunderstood. The analysis is partially grounded in the case study. The use of CMI and module-related resources are limited.

A commitment to meeting the task requirements set within the analysis. Task requirements are met, but not always confidently. The work may display some misunderstandings and flaws in the thought process. The analysis and recommendations are partially grounded in the case study. The use of CMI and module-related resources is limited but still evident. Evidence of a competent level of work. Task requirements met, but there is the suggestion that some further work could be beneficial. There is clear evidence of a desire to master the tasks defined within the analysis. The focus of the analysis and recommendations are clearly grounded in the case study. The use of CMI and modulerelated resources is clear. Articulate and generally persuasive levels of work. The task requirements are fully met and perhaps exceeded. There is clear evidence of an ability to master the tasks defined within the analysis. The focus of the analysis is clearly grounded in the case study. The recommendations are realistic and justified. The use of CMI and module- related resources is fully evidenced.
Recommendations Does not adequately address Some attempt to address Generally, addresses the Addresses the section Fully addresses the
(est. 300 words) the section; the the section but with section but with some appropriately, the section throughout; the
  recommendations are significant irrelevance; the irrelevance; the recommendations are recommendations are
  irrelevant or absent. recommendations are recommendations are only mostly developed and developed, justified and
    undeveloped or only partly developed or justified. Evidence is supported with fully
    weakly supported and are supported, and generally appropriate and is appropriate evidence, and
    not justified. justification is limited. clearly linked to the case is clearly linked to the
        study. case study.

 

 

Quality of Work

i.e. PowerPoint or leaflet

Largely incoherent and inconsistent, the work fails to reach a satisfactory standard in concept, delivery, research, planning and use of appropriate technologies within the context of the module and task. May lack coherence and consistency. Generally, of a weak standard in concept, delivery, research, planning and use of appropriate technologies, and with significant failures in many of these areas within the context of the module and task. Generally coherent and consistent as a set of linked resources. Of a satisfactory standard in concept, delivery, research, planning and use of appropriate technologies, but these may be under-developed or inconsistent within the context of the module and task. Formally coherent and consistent as a set of linked resources in form and content. Of a very good or good standard in concept, delivery, research, and planning, and use of appropriate technologies within the context of the module and task. Fully coherent and consistent as a set of linked resources. An excellent to outstanding standard in concept, delivery, research, and planning, with sophisticated use of appropriate technologies within the context of the module and task.
Conceptual/narrative progression The interlinking narrative between components is almost entirely absent with significant flaws or omissions in text, headlines, and other relevant supporting material. The interlinking narrative between components is unclear or inconsistent, with flaws or omissions in text, headlines, and other relevant supporting material. The interlinking narrative between components is clear and consistent, with limited flaws or omissions in text, headlines, and other relevant supporting material within the context of the module The interlinking narrative between components is very clear and consistent, with minor flaws or omissions in text, headlines, and other relevant supporting material within the context of the module and task. The interlinking narrative between components is very clear and consistent, with no flaws or omissions in text, headlines, and other relevant supporting material within the context of the module and the task.
Critical awareness No or very limited understanding of relevant topics ie health and wellbeing,

diversity and leadership, and the academic background to these topics.

Definitions and models are entirely absent.

The student

is unable to identify how the ideas presented were developed.

Limited understanding of relevant topics ie health and wellbeing, diversity and leadership and the academic background to these topics.

Definitions

and models are largely absent. The student is unable to clearly identify how the ideas presented were developed.

Recommendations vague and unjustified. Not

Some understanding of relevant topics ie health and wellbeing, diversity and leadership, and the academic background to these topics.

Definitions

and models are present. The student is able to identify how the ideas presented were developed but without confidence.

Some recommendations

An understanding of relevant topics ie health and wellbeing, diversity and leadership, and the academic background to these topics is evidenced.

Definitions and models are present.

The student is able

to identify how the ideas presented were developed within the context of the module and the task.

A clear understanding of relevant topics ie health and

wellbeing, diversity and leadership and the academic background to these topics is evidenced.

 

Definitions and models are present throughout. The student is able to clearly identify how the ideas presented were developed, within the context of the module

(Supporting Notes)

 

 

  Recommendations not relevant or justified.

No link

to case study.

relevant to case study. with some justification and some relevance to the case study. Good relevant recommendations

with good justification and relevant to the case study.

and the task. Excellent recommendations, clearly justified and relevance to the case study.
Plus, an additional 5% Referencing and Citations in Supporting notes and where applicable, in the main content. Sources are entirely inappropriate, or no references are given, or use of sources and referencing are completely inadequate. CMI and module related academic materials are not referenced. Little or no logical structure. Argument very unclear or unintelligible. Limited range of sources, partly inappropriate; referencing has many serious errors. Use of CMI and module-related academic materials is limited. Quite weak control and very limited language range. Use of CMI and module- related academic materials is evidenced in some sections.

Referencing has many errors. Control of language adequate.

Good range of appropriate sources, all referenced, though with a few errors; quotation and paraphrase are usually clearly distinguishable. Use of CMI and module-related academic materials are

generally evidenced. Generally good control and range of language.

Wide range of appropriate sources accurately referenced, (any errors are minor and occasional), Relevant Module-related CMI materials are used throughout. Excellent control and range of appropriate language.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Task 3 Personal and professional account

 

(10% of the marks – 500 words) We expect this account to cover:

  • Identify 2 leadership skills you want to develop for your current or future career

 

  • Identify 2 leadership behaviours you want to develop for your current or future career

 

  • Use the CMI code of conduct to match your chosen skills and behaviours

 

  • Include a critical account of how and why you have identified these skills and behaviours and how you have matched them the key areas on the CMI code of
  • Ensure your critical account includes how these skills and behaviours will help you as a leader to manage and develop a culture of health and

 

 

Please note this is not a reflective activity.

 

 

Criterion\Level Below 30% 30 – 39% 40 – 49% 50 – 59% 60 – 69% 70% +
Overall (10%) The personal and professional account is irrelevant to student and/or course learning goals. The account relates to the case study. Most of the personal and professional account is irrelevant to student and/or course learning goals. Student makes attempts to demonstrate relevance of the personal and professional account but the relevance is unclear to the reader. The personal and professional account is largely relevant and meaningful to student and course learning goals. The personal and professional account is relevant and meaningful to student and course learning goals. The personal and professional account is relevant and meaningful and well substantiated to student and course learning goals.
Clarity Language is unclear and confusing throughout. Concepts are not discussed. Language is unclear and confusing throughout. Concepts are either not discussed or are presented inaccurately. There are frequent lapses in clarity and accuracy. There is a limited attempt to explain abstract concepts with some accuracy. Explanation of concepts makes little to an uninformed reader. Minor, infrequent lapses in clarity and accuracy. There is some attempt to explain abstract concepts with some accuracy. Explanation of concepts makes limited sense to an uninformed reader. Minor, infrequent lapses in clarity and accuracy. Abstract concepts are explained with some accuracy.

Explanation of concepts makes some sense to an uninformed reader.

The language is clear and expressive. The reader can create a mental picture of the personal and professional account being described.

Abstract concepts are explained accurately. Explanation of concepts makes sense to an uninformed reader.

 

 

 

 

Leadership Skills Skills and behaviours There is no analysis There is limited The student has The student has The student has
and behaviours have not been or evidence of the analysis or evidence analysed or analysed and clearly analysed and
  identified. There is skills gap between of the skills gap evidenced the skills evidenced the skills evidenced the skills
  no analysis or current and required between current and gap between current gap between current gap between current
  evidence of the skills skills and required skills and and required skills and required skills and required skills
  gap between current behaviours. The behaviours. The and behaviours. The and behaviours. The and behaviours. The
  and required skills student has not student has student has student has justified student has clearly
  and behaviours. mentioned why mentioned why suggested why these why these skills and justified why these
    these skills and these skills and skills and behaviours behaviours have skills and behaviours
    behaviours have behaviours have have been selected. been selected. have been selected.
    been selected. been selected.      
CMI code of conduct CMI code of conduct The student has not The student has used The student has The student has The student has
and practice has not been used. used the CMI code of the CMI code of clearly identified 2 clearly stated 2 skills identified and
  There is no relevant conduct to develop conduct to develop skills and 2 and 2 behaviours justified 2 skills and 2
  content presented. skills and behaviours limited skills and behaviours they they want to develop behaviours they
    nor has applied them behaviours identified want to develop and and made relevant want to develop to
    to their own current or future professional career as a leader. and has made some reference to applying them to their own current or future professional career as a leader made some attempt at linking them to the CMI code of conduct and attempt to elaborate how they would apply each to their own current or future professional career as a leader links to the CMI code of conduct and clearly elaborated how they would apply each to their own current or future professional career as a leader effectively manage health and wellbeing and made direct links to the CMI code of conduct and critically evaluated how they would apply each to their own current or future professional

career as leader.