The environment can be greatly affected by tourism in cases where the attraction is a vista of nature’s beauty, visits of people in large numbers could mean huge amounts of treading and pollution of materials such as plastic waste, bottles, which in the long run could be disruptive to the habitats of both faunal and floral life. Assessments into the capacity of people an area can safely bear environmentally, security and facility-wise are important in the protection and preservation of these vistas beaming with nature’s beauty. The responsibility falls on hosts, who must make it a point to inform and educate visitors on acceptable behaviours and dangers posed by going against the advised codes of conduct, such as disposing waste haphazardly.
Question: Unit 71: Understand Professional Management and Leadership in Health and Social Care.
1:1 Research theories for Management and Leadership
1:2 Analyse how theoretical models of management and leadership can be applied to a range of situations in a work setting.
1:3 Analyse how the values and cultural context of an organisation influences the application of management and leadership models.
2:1 2:2 2:3 Evaluate interdependencies between leadership and management, analyse the conflicts between the application of management and leadership models and
3:1 Analyse the skills to be an effective leader and effective manager.
3:2 Explain why managers in health and social care setting need both management and leadership skills.
3:3 Analyse how Leadership skills can influence the values of the organisation
Explain why Leadership styles may need to be adapted to manage different situations.
4:1 & 4:2 Identify factors that influence policy driver & Analyse emerging themes and trends that impact on management and leadership of health and social care services.