Organizational Change & Leadership from a Systems Perspective

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Organizational Change & Leadership from a Systems Perspective

Organizational Change & Leadership from a Systems Perspective

The characteristics that best describe our dream human service organization; Amelia’s House, a support driven facility created to provide ongoing emotional support as survivors of homicide go through the journey of grief while enduring the aftermath of handling losing a child, family member, or loved one to violence or homicide, include the consideration of many different aspects of developing a system based human service organization. One of the initial characteristics for consideration starts with deciding on the most beneficial leadership style for the organization. A leader must also
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A., Lewis, M. D., & Packard, T. R. (2012). Examples of the leader’s traits , significant only when relevant to a specific situation, includes: intelligence; self-confidence; determination; initiative; persistence; dominance; integrity; social ability; a high energy level; the ability to tolerate stress; confidence; exemplify ethics and morals. When dealing with a dream organization created to serve a grieving population, these traits are imperative to meet the needs of the members. The salient managerial subsystems of conceptual framework in a human service organization include: planning, which involves developing visions, setting goals, objectives for the future, as well as selecting program models; designing ,which involves structuring and coordinating the work that needs to be done to carry out plans; developing human resources to mobilize the people needed to make the program work; enhancing productivity; supervising; heightening the skills and motivation of service providers; managing finances; the planned use of financial resources to reach goals; controlling expenses; monitoring; tracking standards set at the planning stages. This gives management the ability to use the results of this information as the basis for change. Leadership is the forefront of conceptual framework for human service management. It works with
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