National Repository of Grey Literature 425 records found  1 - 10nextend  jump to record: Search took 0.01 seconds. 
Optimization of the role of quality manager in social services of personal assistance
Fejkusová, Pavlína ; Havrdová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Brnula, Peter (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the role, position and profession development of quality managers in the social service of personal assistance. It describes the emergence of this role in the context of the development of legislation in the Czech Republic and its changes after the entry into force of Act No. 108/2006 Coll. on social services, which regulates their provision. It reveals the importance of the quality manager's role in the personal assistance service from the point of view of its directors, social and management staff and quality managers, in context with the requirements for its fulfilment. Based on interviews with participants, the research identifies the role of the quality manager as a "quality teacher", a "motivator" and a "protector". The author also briefly deals with the stories of quality managers and their experience from methodological practice. Furthermore, the research shows the possibilities of grasping the quality manager's position in the organization, the preconditions for its fulfilment and aspects of the organization's culture, which have an influence on the fulfilment on the role of quality manager. Based on the research, the author further identifies problems which the participants face practice, namely: setting the position of the quality manager, introducing...
The role of nurse in the pharmacotherapy team
Hašková, Martina ; Heczková, Jana (advisor) ; Jeřábková, Lenka (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with current pharmacotherapeutic care with a focus on activities that nurses take part in. The aim was to collect and evaluate the views and experiences of selected nurses regarding their role in pharmacotherapy team, particularly what activities they perform in such team and how their pharmacotherapy teams work in general. SWOT analysis was then used firstly to evaluate the current role of nurses and secondly to suggest a way of implementation of possible extension of nurses' competencies in pharmacotherapy. In order to collect the required data, semi-structured interviews were conducted. These were recorded, so they could be easily processed afterwards. During transcription of the interviews into written text, all the collected data was briefly analysed. The data was further analysed using the open coding method, when three main categories with specific subcategories and subcodes were identified. All the selected men and women, which were asked for cooperation, are people working as a nurse without supervision and mentoring. Based on their career history all of them were expected to have a more specific experience with the issue. The respondents were mainly nurses with long-term working experience, often working in middle or senior management. When selecting the future...
Comptency profile of football coach of women team
Kalvas, Pavel ; Janák, Vladimír (advisor) ; Kaprálková, Michaela (referee)
Title: Competency profile of football coach of women team Objectives: The aim of this work is to create a competency profile of women's football coach from the perspective of the women's football players. Methods: To achieve the aims of this work were used study of literature dealing with the issue of coaching, competencies and specifics of the female organism. The obtained data were supplemented and modified on the basis of informal interviews with women's football players. A 5-point Liker scale was chosen to assess the importance of individual competencies. Respondents were women's football players. They were asked about the importance of competencies by social networks. Results: The result of this work is a competency profile of a women's football coach which contains the most important competencies divided into several groups. Keywords: coach, competency, women's football, competence profile, evaluation
The novice teachers' dilemmas associated with inklusive education
Gruberová, Lucie ; Krčmářová, Tereza (advisor) ; Horská, Petra (referee)
My thesis deals with the readiness of starting teachers for inclusive education. The aim of this thesis is to identify concerns of starting teachers regarding inclusive education that could arise in their future practice. The theoretical part of the thesis clarifies concepts such as the starting teacher, inclusive education, integrated education and also pupil with special educational needs. Further the competencies of starting teacher and the requirements that are needed for them after starting practice are described in this part. The theoretical part also describes the readiness of school for inclusive education and what does the Czech republic support system looks like. Important milestones in Czech legislation that affect inclusive education are very briefly mentioned in this part. Within the empirical part of the thesis a research survey in the form of qualitative interviews was used. The main aim of the questions and subsequent answers was to find out what are the most common concerns of starting teachers or what would make them feel more prepared for the job. These interviews were conducted at different time intervals with the same starting teachers. The results of the research are processed in the form of answers to research questions and afterwards compared with each other as well as with...
Career Systems in Countries OECD
Faměrová, Martina ; Pavlov, Ivan (advisor) ; Svobodová, Zuzana (referee)
The present time brings new jobs, new job roles, different job expectations, different perspectives on traditional and current career concepts, the importance of motivation in an individual's career, and the importance of job quality. In the environment of educational organizations, the quality of work of teaching staff is considered to be one the most important aspects affecting pupil performance. The current problems faced by regional education in the international context include the low attractiveness of the teaching profession, mainly due to lower average salaries. The situation is not supported either by limited career opportunities and by the widespread belief that the profession does not offer sufficient opportunities for self-realization and adequate social recognition. Therefore, the aim is to link the quality of professional performance of the teacher with the principle of professional standards, elaborated into several levels of generality up to a level that allows to assess reliably and decide whether the teacher achieves a certain required level on the basis of established criteria. The aim is to motivate, educate and fairly reward those teachers who share in the prestige the school builds towards its clients and the public and who contribute to the results of the educational system...
Creation of selected competence models for the professional development of the employees
Šulajová, Denisa ; Veteška, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Tureckiová, Michaela (referee)
The thesis deals with the creation of three competencies models, based on a competencies analysis for selected non-managerial job roles requiring further professional development, namely Warehouse Coordinator, Junior Accountant and Sales Administrative Assistant. The duly compiled competencies model then creates a realistice representation of the knowledge and skills the staff need for the given job role. When it comes to the professional development and training of existing staff, the competencies model is a reliable tool for identifying the educational needs of individual employees, and detecting hidden talents in good time. This makes it easier to set the developmental, educational and training activities for the employee, not only to achieve the required competencies, but also to meet the goals of the organization as a whole. The thesis contributes by having undertaken a competencies analysis and created three competencies models, together with proposals and recommendations for their use in the professional development and training of the employees concerned. The thesis is divided into two parts - the theoretical part deals with the general theoretical definitions of competencies, competencies models and staff training. The practical part of the thesis comprises an overview of the organization...
Education and development of primary school heads in the context of strategic management
Hubert, Vlastimil ; Veteška, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Paulovčáková, Lucie (referee)
The thesis deals with the issue of strategic management in the work of the school head. In the theoretical part, we identify the position of the school head in terms of the prerequisites for managerial management and define the possibilities of his education. This part is conceived not only as a professional starting point for the practical part, but also as a means to obtain a basic overview of strategic management in relation to the performance of the function of school principal. The text is continuously moving from the professional definition to the main strategic documents in the work of the director. It deals with the prerequisites for the performance of the director's activities, the competency model and describes the current possibilities of systemic education of directors in the field of strategic management and planning, including the most frequently preferred methods of education. The practical part identifies and analyzes the importance of the strategic school development plan (school development concept) from the perspective of primary school principals through a questionnaire survey and subsequent structured interviews. It finds out how directors perceive the importance of strategic management and what are their current needs in further education focused on this issue. On the basis of...
Competences of senior academics at the educational organization
Doležalová, Helena ; Tureckiová, Michaela (advisor) ; Veteška, Jaroslav (referee)
The thesis deals with the definition of the term competence and competency model of a senior academic at a university. The term "competence" can be understood as a set of knowledge, skills, abilities, habits, attitudes and values of a given individual that enable him/her to perform "with competence" in some area of his/her activity. It is also possible to describe in this way the ability of a person to act correctly in a certain situation based on the use of their own resources (abilities, skills, knowledge, etc.). The definitions of competencies of staff working in educational institutions are important not only in the curriculum, where the individual in the educational field affects the personal development of individuals or groups, but also in terms of staff hierarchy, including the definition of responsibilities and competences. The thesis defines such terms as executive and university; this type of schools can be further divided into public, state and private universities. The diploma thesis analyzes the competences of senior academics at the university, deans of faculties and heads of departments/institutes, examined on a sample of public universities based in Prague. These competences are then compared with each other, it is a comparison of the competencies of the deans of the faculties and...

National Repository of Grey Literature : 425 records found   1 - 10nextend  jump to record:
Interested in being notified about new results for this query?
Subscribe to the RSS feed.