Describe the Importance of Quality Leadership and the Difference Between Leadership and Management Within a Health and Social Care Environment, and Explain the Ethical Value Framework Leaders of Services Should Adhere to

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FOUNDATION DEGREE IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE MANAGEMENTETHICS, LEADERSHIP AND INTERPROFESSIONAL WORKING IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CAREHS4501-40Describe The Importance Of Quality Leadership And The Difference Between Leadership And Management Within A Health And Social Care Environment, And Explain The Ethical Value Framework Leaders Of Services Should Adhere To STUDENT ID: 213599 06/05/2011 WORD COUNT 3,606 | | Describe The Importance Of Quality Leadership And The Difference Between Leadership And Management Within A Health And Social Care Environment, And Explain The Ethical Value Framework Leaders Of Services Should Adhere To | | This essay will …show more content…
If care workers are in low mood and portray negativity to clients the low mood and negativity may rub off on the client. In the same way if care workers portray a positive mood this hopefully encouarges a good temperament in clients. Corrigan (2000) “Found that team leadership ratings independently accounted for 40% of the total variance in client satisfaction amongst mental health patients.” (cited in Haracre, et al 2011). The majority of organisations aspire to be in business on a long term basis. For this to happen there has to be enthusiasm, long term planning and vision. Choi and Behling (1997) suggest that transactional leaders demonstrate achieving immeidate goals and development converging on present success where as good transformational leadership inspires and develops long term success. (cited in Haracre, et al 2011) To discourage unsafe or inadequate quality practice quality leaders will aid their teams to overcome hindrances, encouarge them to learn from mistakes and focus on opportunities rather than failures. Bennis (Undated) proposes that quality leaders present an image of prominence that instigates to subordinates that they are accessible at all times. This encourages and urges workers to come forward and confess any blunders or mistakes and allow lessons to be learnt to stop the same errors happening in future. Edmondson’s (1996) study into error reporting found “repressive and dictatorial regimes are almost bound to produce data which…

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