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Leadership 2 U57402:Provide leadership in own area

of responsibility
RECORD OF RANGE AND UNDERPINNING KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
Candidate’s name Evidence Index
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Assessor’s name

Unit/Element U57402: Provide leadership in own area of responsibility


Reference Element 1: Provide leadership within own area of responsibility
Element 2: Provide support to persons in own area of responsibility
Date of
Observation
Range Observed

A. Leadership styles: B. Communicated:

i. collaborative O i. orally O

ii. democratic O ii. written O

iii. coaching O iii. visually O

iv. affiliated O

v. autocratic O

A.

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Underpinning Knowledge and Skills

1. Who are the individuals O 2. What are your own values, O


within own area of motivations and emotions.
responsibility, their roles,
responsibilities, competences
and potential.
3. What are your strengths and O 4. What are your role, O
limitations in the leadership responsibilities and level of
role. authority.
5. How to engage persons within O 6. What are the differences O
own area of responsibility, between managing and
across the organisation and leading.
other stakeholder’s in defining
the organisation’s direction
and obtain commitment to
achieving results.
7. What are the vision, O 8. What are the vision, O
objectives and culture of the objectives, culture and
overall organisation. operational plans for own
area of responsibility.
9. How to create a compelling O 10. What are organisational O
vision for own area of values and why these are
responsibility. important.
11. What are the different O 12. What are the leadership O
leadership styles and how to styles used across the
select and apply these to organisation.
different situations and
persons.
13. What are the different O 14. How to select and O
techniques and methods for successfully apply different
communicating with persons methods for communicating
across the organisation and with people across own area
how these should be applied. of responsibility.
15. How to obtain and make use O 16. What are the strengths, O
of feedback from persons on limitations and potential of
own leadership performance. people that you lead.
17. What are the types of O 18. How to support and nurture O
difficulties and challenges that a culture which encourages
may arise and ways of and recognises creativity and
identifying and addressing innovation.
them.
19. Why it is important to  20. How to effectively 
encourage others to take the O empower O
lead and the ways in which persons in own area of
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this can be achieved. responsibility.
21. How to select and successfully  22. What types of support and 
apply different methods for O advice persons are likely to O
encouraging, motivating and need and how to respond to
supporting persons and these.
recognising achievement.

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Candidate’s Competence Status: Competent  Not Yet Competent 

Observations/feedback to candidate:

Assessor’s signature: Date:

Candidate’s signature: Date:

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