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As a leader, you should clearly understand your organisation’s vision because it is your responsibility to ensure your team is aware of these operational values and goals. You may even be responsible for developing a vision statement if your organisation doesn’t have one or needs to redevelop an existing one to reflect the current environment.

To clarify the existing vision statement and confirm that it complements the organisation’s strategic direction, check the following.

Vision statement checklist

Does it address key questions such as: What are our values? What beliefs do we hold?

Is it clear and succinct?

Does it include a ‘big picture’ statement that underpins the organisation’s strategic direction?

Our values

  • Having a passion for organically grown ingredients
  • Creating an empowered workplace culture
  • Ensuring environmental sustainability for all our suppliers
  • Encouraging innovation by continually developing our product range
  • Promoting growth for all employees by giving them learning and personal development opportunities Organisational objectives
  • Ensure loyal and repeat customer contact
  • Develop two new products per year
  • Each staff member to have one training opportunity in the coming year
  • We comply with the following relevant food standards outlined in the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code:
  • People can connect with others from anywhere in the world.
  • Video conferencing for meetings.
  • Online chats for meetings.
  • The emergence of nanotechnology – ultra-small technological systems.
  • The emergence of the knowledge economy – which values workers for their energy, commitment and skills in innovation and judgment.
  • Increase in use of social media such as Facebook and Twitter as a way of communicating to customers.
  • eCommerce and digital marketing campaigns.

Clarified and clearly explained organisational objectives, values and standards in accordance with the organisation’s strategic directions

Clearly explained the organisation’s mission, purpose and values

Established linkages between organisational objectives, values and standards and the responsibilities of relevant groups and individuals

Clearly outlined and appropriately applied leadership styles to support the organisation's mission, objectives and values

Used media and language appropriate to individual and group circumstances

Researched, planned and prepared documentation using format and language appropriate to the audience

Clearly explained the expectations of the organisation, internal groups and individuals in a manner which built commitment to the organisation

Recorded and reported key information relating to the outcomes of the job

Investigated incidents promptly and communicated the results to relevant groups and individuals

Consulted and participated in decision-making with relevant groups and individuals

Ensured decision-making took into account the needs and expectations of both internal and external groups

Ensured decision-making occurred in accordance with management plans for all options and within appropriate time frames

Represented the organisation positively in the media and community

Created and maintained a positive work environment

Encouraged teams and individuals to develop innovative approaches to the performance of work

Explained business ethics and their application

1. DETAILS OF PERSON MAKING REPORT

Name: Kim Sweeney

Position: Operations General Manager

Job Title: Responsible for day-to-day running of Max Lionel Reality (MLR)

2. DETAILS OF INCIDENT

Date: 8th August, 2012

 Time: 10 am

Location: Commercial office of Max Lionel Realty

Describe what happened and how:

A WHS incident had occurred where last Wednesday, a client was running late decided to leave throughout emergency exit and falling and breaking her wrist. She then called for help and one of the agents heard it and managed to open the exit door which was blocked with boxes. The client was then taken to Royal Women’s Hospital by ambulance and there threatened to sue MLR for injuries, loss of income and mental trauma. Those incidents were occurred because of failed to undertake WHS management system responsibilities which are occurred.

SUGGEST CORRECTIVE ACTIONS

The organization should implement of WHS management system which would undertake of investigating the WHS incidents, completion of incident report, performing the risk assessment and updating the risk register.

3. DETAILS OF WITNESSES

Name: John Smith                           Job title: Agent

Name: Les Goodale                        Job title: HR Manager

Name: Searle Gomes                        Job title: Agent

Sign:      Kim Sweeney                                 Date: Please insert

Injury report

Status:

q Employee

q Contractor

ü q Other

Outcome:

q Near miss

ü q Injury

1. DETAILS OF INJURED PERSON

Name: Kamela Gomes  Phone: (H)  (W)

Address: Louden Street, Australia

Sex: Female

Date of birth: 18/09/1983

Job Title: Manages property sales and rentals

Start time: 10 am

Work arrangement:

ü q  Casual q  Full-time q  Part-time q  Other

2. DETAILS OF INCIDENT

Date: 8th august, 2012 Time: 10 am

Location: Commercial office of Max Lionel Realty

Describe what happened and how:

A WHS incident had occurred where last Wednesday, a client was running late decided to leave throughout emergency exit and falling and breaking her wrist. She then called for help and one of the agents heard it and managed to open the exit door which was blocked with boxes. The client was then taken to Royal Women’s Hospital by ambulance and there threatened to sue MLR for injuries, loss of income and mental trauma. Those incidents were occurred because of failed to undertake WHS management system responsibilities which are occurred.

3. DETAILS OF WITNESSES

Name: John Smith Phone: (H)  (W)

Address: Capilano street, Australia

4. DETAILS OF INJURY

Nature of injury: Spain

Cause of injury: Fall

Location on body: Left forearm

5. TREATMENT ADMINISTERED

First aid given q  Yes

First aider name: Kimmy Babbar

Treatment: Taken to hospital

Referred to: Royal Women’s Hospital

SECTIONS 6–9 MUST BE COMPLETED BY EMPLOYER

6. DID THE INJURED PERSON STOP WORK?

q  Yes q  No If yes, state date: 19th August, 2012

 Time: At shift timing

Outcome:

ü q  Treated by doctor

ü q  Hospitalised q  Workers compensation claim

q  Returned to normal work

q  Alternative duties q  Rehabilitation

7. INCIDENT INVESTIGATION (comments to include causal factors):

The incident was investigated by HR Manager and one of the agent noticed a strange odour and an oily substance on the stairwell which was the cause of falling of client in the staircase.

8. RISK ASSESSMENT

Likelihood of recurrence: Probable

Severity of outcome: Significant

Level of risk: High

9. ACTIONS TO PREVENT RECURRENCE

Action

By whom

By when

Date completed

Review of office equipment’s and monitoring of IT security

HR Manager

Within 10 days

18th August, 2012

10. ACTIONS COMPLETED

Signed (Manager): Les Goodale

Title: Responsible for productive capacity and welfare for people at MLR

 Date: 18th August, 2012

q  Feedback to person involved Date: 8th August, 2012

11. REVIEW COMMENTS

WHS committee / staff meeting:

Reviewed by site Manager (signed):  Date:

Reviewed by Health & Safety Rep.(signed):  Date:

Details

Name: Kim Sweeney

Position: Operations General Manager

Risk details

Risk ID: R10

Raised by: HR Manager

Date raised: 9th August, 2012

Description of risk:

There are operational risks into MLR due to the company’s operations are not properly managed. It provides impact on brand reputation of the company and its profit.

Likelihood of risk:
Medium

Impact of risk:
Medium

Risk mitigation

Preventative actions recommended:

The organization should implement of WHS management system which would undertake of investigating the WHS incidents, completion of incident report, performing the risk assessment and updating the risk register.

Contingency actions recommended:

Implementation of WBS should reduce the impact of the operational risks into the organization.

Approval details

Supporting documentation:
Risk management plan

Signature: Les Goodale, Human Resources Manager

Date: 18/8/2012

This template is used to record identified risks associated with your project, analyse the impact and determine resultant action to be taken.

Risk

Likelihood
(H/M/L)

Impact
(H/M/L)

Risk response
(contingency strategies)

Responsible

Failure to recruit qualified real estate agents due to increased competition.

Medium

High

All office equipment reviewed and updated as required.

Operations General Manager

Failure to realise revenue gains due to recent slump in real estate prices.

High

High

Monitor of IT security and maintenance.

Operations General Manager

Inadequate insurance cover.

Low

High

Proper insurances are held and coverage reviewed annually.

Operations General Manager

Non-compliance on anti-discrimination.

Medium

High

Managers are encouraged and incentivised to follow of performance management policy.

Operations General Manager

Perception of discriminatory practice reducing client and tenant base.

Medium

High

The employee performance plans align with the business plan and there is six monthly review process into place.

Operations General Manager

Poor organisational culture; low level of staff engagement and morale.

Medium

Medium

Project to raise awareness of anti-discrimination, WHS and other legislation/codes of conduct among agents, clients, tenants

Operations General Manager

Loss of knowledge and capability through departing staff.

Low

High

Appropriate HR policies and procedures in place.

Operations General Manager

Failure to meet occupational health and safety requirements.

Low

High

WHS management system in place.

Operations General Manager

Item

Milestone date

Responsibility

Engage with customers/build ethical profile:

? Raise organisational profile by 20%

? Improve client satisfaction performance by 25%.

18/8/2012

Operations General Manager

Increase revenues by 20% within the third quarter.

27/8/2012

Operations General Manager

Reduce direct and indirect costs of operations by 10%.

30/8/2012

Operations General Manager

Engage workers with strategic goals of business and support professional development in line with strategic goals. (Targets to be set by individual managers.)

9/9/2012

Operations General Manager

Improve health of employees (range of specific areas).

16/9/2012

Operations General Manager

Project Name:

Income

Incl. GST

Excl. GST

Developer/writer

$120/hr

Advertising and promotions consultant

$150/hr

Quality assurance person/editor

$120/hr

WHS trainer/facilitator

$120/hr

Anti-discrimination trainer/facilitator

$120/hr

Mary Stewart (WHS consultant)

$150/hr

John Ng (CPA)

$150/hr

Pat Lee (Lawyer: anti-discrimination expert)

$150/hr

Off-site training room (catered ) with space for ten people

$400/hr

Promotions package: email, social media, trade magazine placements, local newspaper copy.

$4000

Subtotal

$ 5480

Contingency (+10%)

TOTAL

$5480

Signature: ________________________________________ Date: _____/_____/______

What

Who

Purpose

When/frequency

Type/methods

Project stakeholder meeting

All the project team members

Collecting of information about the project work

In weekly basis

Meeting

Project initiation plan

All the project team members

Distribution of information about project goals and objectives

Before staring the project plan

Email

Project kick-off

All the project team members

Encourage of communication among the project stakeholders

Near to project start date

Meeting.

Status reports

All the project team members and project leader

Update the project stakeholders related to project progress status

Schedule the project work regularly

Email and presentation

Team meetings

All the project team members

Review of detailed project plan

Weekly basis

Meeting: detailed plan.

Sponsor meetings

Project Manager and Project Sponsor

Taking approval to make changes into the project plan

Regular scheduled

Meeting.

Role

Name/s

Responsibilities

Signature/s
(if required)

CEO

Max Lionel

Max is responsible to work with the Board of Directors for overseeing the business, setting of entire business strategic directions along with managing of project operational risks. Max also authorizes the financial transactions.

Max Lionel

Chief Financial Officer

Riz Mehra

Riz is responsible to prepare of quarterly financial statements and entire project budget. The person is also responsible to oversee the budget and cost of projects. He also views budget variation reports and incorporates of information related to financial statements and also financial projections.

Riz Mehra

Operations General Manager

Kim Sweeney

Kim is responsible for daily running of business operations. The person also oversees coordination and structural preparations related to residential, commercial and investments centres. They are also responsible for sponsoring of projects that can affect operations of organization and coordinate systems to achieve of company’s strategies.

Kim Sweeney

Human Resource Manager

Les Goodale

Les is responsible for productive capacity and also welfare of the people at the company. The person is required to make sure about aspects related to WHS management system, risk assessment and continuous improvement.

Les Goodale

Manager Residential Realty

Sam Lee

Sam is responsible for managing aspects related to residential reality, manages activities related to residential agents.

Sam Lee

Manager Commercial Realty

Pat Misfud

Pat is responsible for managing aspects related to commercial reality, manages activities related to commercial agents.

Pat Misfud

Manager Investments

Peter Mitchell

Peter is responsible for managing aspects related to investment reality, manages activities related to investment agents. Peter also works with operational manager to make sure about separation of investments from obligations to the residential besides commercial clients.

Peter Mitchell

Project Name: WHS Incident Investigation

Income

Incl. GST

Excl. GST

Managers (8 hours)

$120/hr

Total income

$960

Expense

Incl. GST

Excl. GST

Training rooms (3 hours)

$100/hr

Paper (20 sheets)

$0.50/sheet

Projector (10 days)

$100/day

Subtotal

$ 1360

Contingency (+10%)

TOTAL

$2320

Signature: Chief Financial Officer Date: 12/9/2012

Name

Kim Sweeney

Date of development

17/10/2012

Date to be reviewed

27/10/2012

o

Discussed with mentor/colleague

Name:

o

Discussed with manager

Name:

Timeframe

My personal goals are:

My professional goals are:

Next 12 months

Raising the organizational profile by 20%

Improvement of client satisfaction level by 25%

Next 5 years

Improvement of health of the employees

Engagement of the workers with the organizational strategic goals and business development goals

Timeframe

Personal

Professional

· I have communicational and interpersonal skills to work into the project.

Coordinate with my friends and family members

Coordinate with other team members

Strengths

· I have experience to work with a group of team members so that I can able to collaborate with others.

Skills to work into incident investigation project

Skills to work into incident investigation project

Gaps/barriers/obstacles and solutions

· I have gaps into the project management skills.

I have lack of knowledge to schedule any work

Lack of schedule management and budget management skills so that face difficulty to meet the project deadline

Identified gap

Development activity

Details (provider, location, etc.)

Objective of development/ networking activity

Timeframe

Cost

1. Lack of project management skills

Project management activities

Project management provider

Gaining of knowledge on the use of project management tools and techniques

2 months

$ 100

2. Lack of knowledge on WHS legislation

WHS legislation

Operation manager

Gaining of knowledge related to WHS system

1 month

$ 80

3. Loss of knowledge and capability through departing staff.

WHS legislation

Operation manager

Gaining of more knowledge to investigate of WHS incidents

1 month

$ 70

4. Failure to meet occupational health and safety requirements.

Occupational health and safety system

Operation manager

Gaining of knowledge related to Occupational health and safety system

1 month

$150

Name of observer: Kim Sweeney

Position: Operation Manager

Contact details:

Skill

Description of how candidate demonstrated skill/knowledge. Provide example

Demonstrates interpersonal skills to communicate and inspire trust and confidence of others and to ensure their cooperation and support.

I have interpersonal skills to trust other team members those are involved into the project work.

Demonstrates networking skills to ensure support from key groups and individuals for concepts/ideas/ products/services.

I have communicational skills to interact with other employees so that I can able to identify any issues into the project plan.

Applies business ethics.

I have put the company’s data and other personal information into secured places.

Ensure performance is continuously improved through participation in professional development, networking, etc.

I am actively involved into the project plan by taking participation into all the project activities.

Signature: ________________________________________ Date: _____/_____/______

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