Personality theories and models - introduction Behavioural and personality models are widely used in organisations, especially in psychometrics and psychometric testing personality assessments and tests. Behavioural and personality models have also been used by philosophers, leaders and managers for hundreds and in some cases thousands of years as an aid to understanding, explaining, and managing communications and relationships. Used appropriately, psychometrics and personality tests can be hugely beneficial in improving knowledge of self and other people - motivations, strengths, weaknesses, preferred thinking and working styles, and also strengths and preferred styles for communications, learning, management, being managed, and team-working.
In the text purpose statements, qualification rules, etcany references to NQF Levels are to the pre levels unless specifically stated otherwise.
This unit standard does not replace any other unit standard and is not replaced by any other unit standard.
Identify components of the environment and describe their interrelationships. Use appropriate terminology when speaking about environmental issues.
Recognise the impacts of events and human activities on the environment. Gather information related to environmental impacts. Use an environment tool to assess impact. Record and report results.
I will also know and understand: Components of the environment and their interrelationships. Terminology related to the environment and environmental issues. The effects of various human activities on the environment. Principles and concepts related to using tools to assess environmental impacts a basic level of understanding is required.
I can be assessed against this unit standard in the context of any activity which is related to managing environmental issues, such as: Care of public places, open areas, cultural and natural heritage sites. Maintenance of parks and sports fields.
Involvement in community projects and job creation schemes relating to environmental practice. General industrial or extraction, ie activities with an environmental care or improvement focus. The skill, the knowledge and the values reflected in this unit standard form part of the exit level outcomes required for the National Certificate in Environmental Practice NQF Level 2.
The degree of complexity required in the use of the tools should be appropriate to NQF Level 2.
The purpose is to alert the learner to the role of the tools in environmental management. Tools include risk assessment, incident reports, checklists, statistical process control charts, maps, layout plans, workflow diagrams, TREM cards.
This unit standard deals only with assessment of impacts - addressing the impacts is covered in a companion unit standard.
Specific Outcomes and Assessment Criteria: Use environmental management tools to assess the impacts. The tools should be used in a simplified form at a level appropriate to NQF 2 - the purpose is for learners to be aware of the tools and to have a basic understanding of their role in environmental management.
Tools include preventive, predictive and monitoring tools. The assessment will be based on evidence that I produce. My assessment will be governed by the policies and guidelines of a relevant Education and Training Quality Assurance body ETQAwhich has jurisdiction over this field of learning.OB Assignment Brief.
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PART 1 THE ORGANISATIONAL SETTING 42 THE THEORY OF MANAGEMENT A central part of the study of organisation and management is the development of manage-ment thinking and what might be termed management theory.
To know that how organizational theory underpins the principles and practice of organizing and of management, it’s very necessary to study each aspect. In the principles, neither of the philosophy is right or neither of it is wrong.
The Graduate Diploma in Communication (Local Government) gives more experienced communications practitioners the opportunity to develop the skills necessary to manage specific issues, events and tasks, which may occur within that environment and draw on the theory which underpins these.
What are the characteristics of an HR system designed to develop a capacity for organizational resilience? To answer this question, we use the model depicted in Fig. 1, adapted from Lepak et al. ().This model consists of three components: HR principles, HR policies, and desired employee contributions.
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