NQCG3105 Leadership & management for Public Health improvement
The module aims to develop your leadership and management skills as a public health practitioner so that you can lead teams in the development; implementation and evaluation of strategies to improve service provision
Aims and Objectives
Having successfully completed this module you will be able to:
- Critically analyse your own leadership and management skills and attributes in relation to managing teams and services (including emergency / major incident management), with reference to relevant theory.
- Utilise a range of management models and tools to examine an aspect of current Public Health service provision relevant to your area of practice.
- Identify a range of possible options for improving that aspect of service provision and justify your selection of a strategy.
- Identify and apply a range of appropriate leadership and management theories to support you in the implementation of your chosen strategy
Introduction to leadership & management Leadership & management theories Understanding self as a leader Power, authority and influencing Building & developing the team Empowering others Effective delegation NHS leadership framework Strategy development: Strategic analysis of current service provision Creative techniques for analysing the current service and generating options to improve services Option appraisal and decision making Emergency/major incident management Strategy implementation: Leadership & management of change Project management Resource management Planning Understanding the impact of culture on change Motivating staff through change Risk management Evaluating the strategy: Models & techniques for evaluating strategies
This module is required in all public health pathways, providing excellent opportunities for shared learning with other public health professionals from a wide range of agencies and services.
Learning and Teaching
Teaching and learning methods
A variety of teaching and learning approaches will be used in this module. These include lead lectures, discussion, guided reading, group activities, guided discovery learning and e learning. You will be encouraged to use your practice teacher/mentor/peers as a resource for learning.
|Completion of assessment task||120|
|Preparation for scheduled sessions||50|
|Total study time||200|
Resources & Reading list
Cox,Y (2011). Developing a Strategy for Implementation of Policy. In Coles, L. Porter E. (Eds) Transforming Public Health Practice: Practice Policy and Strategy for Improving Health and Wellbeing.
White, C. (2004). Strategic Management.
Additional web based resources will be made available to the students via Blackboard (these are updated for each cohort of students.
Clegg, S. Kornberger,M. Pitsis,T. (2011). Managing and organizations: An introduction to theory and practice.
Hayes, J., (2010). The theory and practice of change management.
Cox,Y Rawlinson,M (2008). Strategic Leadership for Health & Wellbeing in Coles,L. Porter, E. (Eds) Public Health Skills: A practical guide for Nurses and Public Health Practitioners.
Mullins, L.J. (2005). Management and Organisational Behaviour.
Johnson, G., Scholes, K. Whittington (2006). Exploring Corporate Strategy.
Cambell, R, Kitson, A. (2008). The Ethical Organisation.
Balogun, J. (2008). Exploring Strategic Change.
Thompson, J.L. (2001). Strategic Management.
Driskill, G.W., Brenton, A.L. (2011). Organizational culture in action: A cultural analysis workbook.
Capon, C. (2008). Understanding Strategic Management.
Boddy, D. (2008). Management: An Introduction.
Clegg, S. Carter,C. Kornberger,M. Schweitzer,J. (2011). Strategy: Theory & practice.
Gill, R. (2006). Theory and practice of leadership.
Avery, G.C (2004). Understanding Leadership.
Johnson, C. (2001). Meeting the ethical challenges of leadership.
Lasserre, P. (2007). Global Strategic Management..
Jenkins, M., Ambrosini, V., Collier, N. (2007). Advanced Strategic Management: a multi-perspective approach.
Paton, R.A. McCalman, J. (2000). Change Management: A Guide to Effective Implementation.
Northouse, P.G. (2009). Leadership – theory and practice.
45 minute group presentation (90%) Peer review (10%) Back-up assignment method - 3000 word essay (100%)
|Essay (3000 hours)||100%|
|Group presentation (45 minutes)||90%|
|Essay (1500 words)||10%|
Repeat type: Internal & External