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Copy of Unit 2: Leadership and teamwork in the public services.
Transcript of Copy of Unit 2: Leadership and teamwork in the public services.
Styles of leadership.
Who within the public serivces may use these leadership styles -
Unit 2:leadership and teamwork in the public serivces.
Translational leadership - An offering or giving something
in order to recieve something back.
Laissez faire - Relaxed leading and allowing the group to
Task orientated leadership - Where people become more
involved with the task, rather than caring about who is
Democratic leadership - The leader will consult other
members of the team, but still have overall control.
Bureaucratic leadership - Rules and regulations to follow
whilst leadings a team.
People orientated leadership - Care about the people they're
leading,over the task.
Task Orientated leadership - More involved with the task,
than caring about the people who make up the team (the
opposite to People orientated leadership)
Autocratic leadership - Leadership through fear or authority.
Assesment one: leadership styles.
Officer in the Royal Marines.
Some leadership styles they'll
use include, laissez faire.
authortive, and transformal.
The Officer's have extreme Trust and faith in they're team and section allowing
them to work freely but in control, meaning that time can be saved and used on
other events during training or during threatre.
Although leaders may become close friends and someone whom you can speak
to if you have any problems, they are still in command of you, no matter what.
They'll use they're authority to intimadate young cadets and soldiers, to put
fear into them,to give benefitical results including large amouts of respect.
Not everyone is born to be a soldier or to be able to deal with some of the sights
you may see on tour, but threw the believe they have in you, they know with
the right trainning and mentoring that you'll be able to take that transformation
to reach the best of your ability.
RM officer's in charge of 28 men. Your duties would involve leading the troop and making decisions about their training and deployment overseas.
(cc) photo by medhead on Flickr
Who within the public serivces
may use these
leadership styles -
Fire and rescue serivce.
Leadership styles the fire and rescue service in
the UK will put into practise are; People Orientated
People Orientated leadership - During a high risk enviroment,
such as a fire and rescue situation. The people and property
around the surrounding are the main priorty to the service.
Autortive leadership - Someone must have
control during a highrisk area such as a fire
and rescue zone, using this leadership style
allows overall control.
Bureaucratic leadership - For a team to work efficantly, communication is key, if the leader in control use's this style,it'll be sure to make the team and effective one.
Comparing the two.
Using different leaderships styles will always have different outcomes
some, which are needed to assist the fire and rescue serivce, and
other for The Royal Marines.
The Royal Marines will use much more authoritve leadership styles,
keeping an eye on strict regulations while over seas and on operation,
where as the fire and rescuse service may be more lenient and more Bureaucratic.
Evaluating leadership in The royal Marines.