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Supervision focused on the preachers of CB
Caklová, Kateřina ; Havrdová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Brnula, Peter (referee)
The diploma thesis aims to find such a form, focus, and way of conducting supervision in which the preachers of the Church of the Brethren (CB) could obtain what they need for their vocation, and the diploma thesis aims personal growth. To achieve this goal, it is important to understand the CB preacher in his environment and his needs so that supervision can be "tailored" to him. The theoretical part of this work aims to explore and describe the starting point, which is the organization of the CB and the profession of a preacher with all its aspects affecting his service. It also describes the conceptual and organizational framework of the case study and clarifies the starting points on which the supervisor is based. It deals with the concepts of supervision, reflexivity and a safe environment in supervision. The practical part in the form of an extended case study of three groups of preachers describes the process of introducing supervision for CB preachers. The process of the first group of preachers is recorded in more detail, where the supervisor notes the needs of preachers in the context of supervision, which she evaluates and, if necessary, sets changes, which she retrospectively evaluates and reflects. The inclusion of changes in the supervision process and possible setting of...
Supervision as a source of support for midwives
Královec Černá, Eliška ; Havrdová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Pastucha, Petr (referee)
This work is focused on the profession of midwifery and supervision in this profession. The main objective was to identify the sources of stress and perceived support midwives in their work and determine, whether the supervision rendering source of support for midwives. The theoretical part is concerned with the context of the profession of midwives and then presents the profession in the Czech Republic, especially the education and competence, as provided for developing legislation. For comparison options are, also presented Conditions profession of midwives in selected European countries. Separate chapters are devoted to sources of stress to which the midwife faced in their work, the concept of resilience as its counterweight and finally sources of support that midwife in the exercise of their profession can earn. In the empirical part of the thesis is a qualitative research technique using focus groups. Its aim is to describe the factors that act as sources of stress or support in the profession of midwives as they see themselves. Using analytical story is then presented contemporary painting experience midwives set in the context presented in the theoretical part. The main results of the research point to the vague competence, lack of support and legal uncertainty in the profession of midwives...
The Managment of Change at High Schools Teaching Vocational College Subjects.
Kosová, Zdenka ; Vrzáček, Petr (advisor) ; Havrdová, Zuzana (referee)
The theoretical section of this study seeks to describe the management of change at high schools teaching vocational-college subjects. In this section I also describe the demographic, economic and social influences involved, and the projection of changes in society into the running of the schools. Innovations in education also lead to change in personnel work, where I consider the motivation of workers, remuneration, social status, stress but also burnout syndrome. The practical section is devoted to the strategic management of change in the area of recruitment of apprentice, and here I base my conclusions on quantitative research that I myself carried out. In qualitative research I identified the overall structure of the intake of pupils at high school and the demands on the teacher arising from it. Since the research showed that there were increasing demands on the teacher to employ an individual approach to students, I propose ways in which teachers can meet and cope with these raised demands.
The development of organizational culture focused on participation. (The reflection of a basic school life)
Žmolík, Michal ; Havrdová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Slavíková, Ivana (referee)
This thesis is focused on the reflection of life of a basic school in Prague and its changes in a one and half year period. Special attention is paid to school culture and to its aspects which are related to staff participation in management and in development of education. First, a literature review on organizational culture generally is presented and subsequently the factors influencing the culture of school are described. In the next part the author looked upon the school as an organization generally and focused on some sources of influence, which impact on its function.He offered some hints from professional literature and also his own reflection to the topic. The second part of the thesis deals with the basic school where the autor works as a psychologist. The reflection is based on interview with teachers made by the author personally and on the longitudinal records of interactions observed at this school. Subsequently some interventions into change of school culture, made by the author, are described. The perceived change is pursued by questionnairs. Finally the author offers some recommendations how to create school culture focusing on participation.
Implementation of participation processes into organization on example of creation of organization's mission and vizion. Action research.
Přibylová, Martina ; Havrdová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Hradcová, Dana (referee)
First part of this dissertation defines used key words from the area of management and research. Further this work describes the creation process of mission and vision of District charity Jihlava with rigorous participation of this organization's co-workers. The process is carried out by action research and is set into the frame of strategic planning of the organization. Action research is focused on the influence monitoring of participation of the co-workers on the changes in the organization. The conclusion reflects realized or commenced changes in the operation area, organizational structure and culture as well as changes in the subjective experience of the co-worker relations towards the organization.
The optimalization of applying internal audits in the system of healthcare organization management
Hybnerová, Petra ; Havrdová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Opočenská, Martina (referee)
The diploma thesis is focused on the problematics of internal audits in a health care organisation. The aim of the thesis is to examine, which factors influence the approach of employees towards the system of internal audits in a specific health care organisation and how to optimalize this system. Key words are defined in the theoretical part and include these terms: organizational culture, engagement of employees, approach, motivation, communication and change. Different points of view are described with specification of how we approach them in the diploma thesis. We deal with internal audits in detail in connection with the systems of quality management in health care in the Czech Republic. We also briefly describe the relevant legislation with regard to Act No. 372/2011 Coll., on health services and conditions of their provision. In the analytical-research part we use the qualitative research to realize the aim of the diploma thesis. The output from the research are practical recommendations for further development of the team of internal auditors. Internal auditors have significant influence on the attitude of employees towards the whole system. The research shows the need of creating space for providing feedback and reflection as a tool for continual improvement of processess and their quality...
Obstacles within the European projects focused on introducing supervision into the institutional care facilities
Odstrčil, David ; Havrdová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Kabíček, Jakub (referee)
This diploma thesis focuses on examining the process of introduction of supervision as an effective tool for improving the work quality at the institutional care facilities. More specifically it inquires the process when the supervisor enters the working field as ,,pre- selected'' through the ,,external'' European projects. The research issues are examined from the point of view of the supervisors, at the basis of questioning their opinions and experience. This paper describes how the supervisors perceive the status quo from their own position. This survey consists of two interconnected parts. The first, theoretical part comprises the chapters describing the organisational culture, supervision, institutional facilities and the European projects. The second, empirical part defines the research issues, determines the methodology and the research structure. The research is made by the qualitative approach, when the data are collected through in-depth semi-structured interview, analysed by the method of an opened coding and the constant comparison technique. The results of the analysis consists of five following categories: entering: the supervisor enters the organisation ,,sideways''; place: the supervisor meets the organisation of ,,machine''; effects: the supervisor experiences the consequences of...
Impacts of supervision on resilience of helpline workers
Hermánková, Lucie ; Havrdová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Antoš, Svatopluk (referee)
The diploma thesis: "Impacts of supervision on resilience of helpline workers" presents the results of case study focused on particular helpline, the case of which is the impact of supervision on workers feeling themselves comfortable with their professional roles on helpline. The theoretical part of the thesis deals with the key concepts of resilience and supervision, and presents the general characteristic of helplines, the method of telephone crisis intervention and the social service of telephone crisis assistance. The empirical part of the thesis explains the context of the particular helpline which was the subject of case study. The main topic of the research is: mastering of helpline workers of their professional roles and the influence of supervision on its changes in time. The research captures the changes of perception of supervision and of its effect on helpline workers dealing with their professional roles.
Differences and Similarities between TSTS Model Therapy and Supervision.
Kubicová Černá, Hedvika ; Brnula, Peter (advisor) ; Havrdová, Zuzana (referee)
Bc. Hedvika Kubicová Černá UK FHS Fakulta humanitních studií 42245792 Abstract This thesis is focused on the application boundaries of the transformation systemic therapy in supervision. The review section describes the general background of the Satir model and the basis of therapy theory and supervision theory. It deals with the general level of therapy and supervision boundaries. The methodological part includes a description of the grounded theory used to obtain data from informants, supervisors working according to the TSTS model. In addition, a supplementary questionnaire quantitative survey was used to determine how supervisants who got an experience with therapy perceive the boundaries between the therapy and the supervision. The analytical part starts with providing the insight into how supervisors educated in the Growth model understand the differentiation of therapy and supervision boundaries and how they use the TSTS techniques. Further it is supplemented with our findings as to what supervisants expect to gain in supervision, and which methods they refuse and consider to cross the boundary between the therapy and supervision. The asked questions have been aimed at specific aspects of techniques used in the Satir model. Our objective has been to describe which techniques and methods originally...
Implementing Supervision into Institutional Care Area
Nový, Evžen ; Havrdová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Masáková, Václava (referee)
This thesis is focused on supervision in the institutional care. The ambition of these thesis is to explore an organizational culture of some facilities in the the institutional care area which may have positive or negative impact on supervision in this sphere. The theoretical background describes the milieu of instututional care and demands on the workers in it. I described the elements of organizational culture which may have an impact on implementing supervision in certain organization. I also described the conception of organizational culture in relation with burnout syndrom. The thesis concludes with an empirical part which is consisted in description of culture of two kinds of organizations in institutional care from the burnout syndrom point of view. I also suggested some recommendations for supervizor coming in this area. Another part of these empirical study is focused on the situation in institutional care relating supervision in this area. I presented a case study of implementing supervision into the institutional care organization as a final part of the empirical part.

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