M3.10 Introduction to Leadership and M3.36 Leading a Team Effectively

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SUFFICIENCY DESCRIPTOR
This sufficiency descriptor gives assessment guidance by identifying the different standards that produce different marks. Section by section, for each assessment criterion, the descriptors identify typical degrees of sufficiency of learner evidence in a submission. These degrees of sufficiency are labelled as ‘Referral’, ‘Pass’ or ‘Good pass’ (i.e. although it is only one assessment criterion, if that standard were replicated uniformly across the whole assessment, it would be likely to produce marks in the 40s, 50s or 70s & above). Level 3 FLM: optional assessment: M3.10

INTRODUCTION TO LEADERSHIP AND M3.36 LEADING A TEAM EFFECTIVELY Criteria
Descriptors
Connect the team with vision and strategy
• Explain the importance of the team having a common sense of purpose that supports the overall vision and strategy of the organisation or project • Explain the key role that communication plays in establishing a common sense of purpose and assess the effectiveness of own communication skills Referral

• What is meant by ‘having a common sense of purpose’ is not addressed, or is incorrect • What is meant by ‘having a common sense of purpose’ is described or listed, but there is no explanation as to why ‘having a common sense of purpose’ is important for supporting the organisation or a project • The key role that communication plays in establishing a common sense of purpose is not addressed, or is incorrect • Communication is described, or methods of communication are listed, but there is no explanation as to why communication plays a key role in ‘establishing a common sense of purpose’ • Own communication skills have not been addressed, or have been described or listed rather than assessed Pass

• What is meant by ‘having a common sense of purpose’ is addressed and is correct • Why ‘having a common sense of purpose’ is important for supporting the organisation or a project is explained rather than described or listed, although the context is not always clear • How communication plays a key role in ‘establishing a common sense of purpose’ is explained rather than described or listed, although the context is not always clear • Own communication skills have been assessed rather than described or listed in order to make a judgement as to their effectiveness, although the judgement may be limited Good Pass

• What is meant by ‘having a common sense of purpose’ is detailed and correct • Why ‘having a common sense of purpose’ is important for supporting the organisation or a project is fully explained rather than described or listed, and a clear context and detailed and appropriate examples are provided • How communication plays a key role in ‘establishing a common sense of purpose’ is explained rather than described or listed, and a clear context and appropriate examples are provided • Own communication skills have been assessed rather than described or listed in order to make an informed and detailed judgement as to their effectiveness Sufficiency Descriptor: L3 FLM M3.10 & M3.36 integrated Version 1 July 2011 Owner: Chief Assessor Your leadership

style
• The factors that
will influence
your choice of
leadership styles
or behaviours in
workplace
situations is
identified
• The reason why
these leadership
styles or
behaviours are
likely to have a
positive effect on
individual and
group behaviour
is explained
• Own leadership
behaviours and
potential
assessed in the
context of a
particular
leadership
model and
organisation’s
working
practices and
culture using
feedback from
others
• Appropriate
actions to
enhance own
leadership
behaviour in the
context of a
particular
leadership
model is
described
Referral
• There is no implicit or explicit understanding demonstrated of the relationship between leadership styles or leadership behaviours and individual and group behaviour
• Factors that influence the choice of leadership styles or leadership behaviours are missing or...
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