Live versions of these COERs as accredited modules in an International Masters Degree on Assets Based Interprofessional Working with Communities coming soon!
The purpose of the resource
This resource is designed to help you familiarise yourself with the group dynamic, which may occur in the process of managing and leading teams established in the scope of Asset-Based Approaches [ABA]. Managing teams composed of a diverse range of members may prove challenging. Therefore, certain skills, practices and endeavours are required to manage them appropriately and effectively. While heterogeneity may provide effective ideas and ways to tackle a broad array of challenges, it may also be demanding from an organisational perspective. The figure below represents the links between individual COERs (Partnership and Networking, Theory and Praxis, Mapping the Context, Identity and Inter-professional Working, Leadership and Management) and gaps analysed in the IO2 reports (Networking, Inclusion of Target Groups, Team Working, Assessment and Evaluation, Resourcing and Funding, Sustainability). The 'Assets based Collaborative Open Educational Resources' have been created through a collaborative process that we would like to extend to all interested users.
This resource can be taken as a standalone activity or used as a contribution to your study of the “Leadership and Management” module, should you wish to obtain the relevant accreditation. To broaden your knowledge on leadership and management, we suggest you study the “Partnership and Networking” or “Identity and Inter-professional Working” modules.
What you will get from working through this resource
This module provides insights into and some basic information about leadership and management tasks required when organising and directing a team. In addition, it introduces the concept of group dynamic, which makes it relevant to all members of a team and not merely for team leaders, as everyone can get an impression of the functioning and dynamics of various teams.
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