BSBLDR803 Develop and Cultivate Colaborative Partnerships and Relationships Assignments

BSBLDR803 Develop and Cultivate Colaborative Partnerships and Relationships Assignments

Assessment Task 1: Written Questions 

  • Explain emotional intelligence and its importance in the workplace.  

Emotional intelligence has been described in Peter Salovey and John Mayer as “the ability to track one ‘s emotions and other emotions, properly distinguish, and identified emotions and use emotional awareness to guide thought and acting.” The ability to know and use their own emotions positively is emotional intelligence, or EQ, for all.

The importance of Emotional intelligence in the workplace has been discussed below-\

  • Increase team work
  • Decreased Occupational stress
  • Improve the process of Decision making
  • Reduce staff turnover 
  • Increase personal well being
  • Increased leadership ability

  • Explain two ways you can use emotional intelligence to build effective workplace relationships with team members.  
  • Enhanced communication skills

Usually, interacting with their EQ means enhancing communication abilities; this is the first step in providing accurate, convincing messages to others. It helps to set priorities, provide input and explain their intentions.

  • Improved interpersonal effectiveness

The closest they get to the needs of others, the closest they get to them emotionally. The development of good relations requires sympathy and consideration towards others. It also leads to calming people. In delicate situations, it also helps they be tacit.

  • Explain how a manager with high emotional intelligence can assist in achieving business objectives. Provide an example to illustrate your answer. 

Higher EQ managers can be self-regulated and motivated, which can minimise their ability to decrease, lead to a stronger self-confidence, and help them focus on long-term objectives. Although leaders and managers with an enhanced quality control system can make it easier for teams to work and understand individual drivers, teams can also cultivate their own emotional intelligence (Alvesson & Sveningsson, 2015). For example, Manager with high intelligence will able to motivate their employees in positive manner by which they are able to achieve business objectives. If employees have low morale and negative motivation then they are not able to achieve business objectives. 

  • Discuss three techniques you can use in the workplace to foster collaboration and promote positive relationships and partnerships.
  • Encourage Social Interaction.

Increased social interactions between employees would increase their comfort. If workers comfortably exchange ideas, provide input and provide assistance. They are more likely. Employers can enhance engagement with workers by organizing of social activities celebrating personal and professional achievements.

  • Creating Opportunities for Collective Decision-Making.

Teamwork assignment helps staff to collaborate and interact. Staffs who communicate more effectively have been found to function. Work together will strengthen the abilities and expertise of employees themselves. They can also learn how their colleagues think and complete tasks, making easy transitions between individual tasks and team members possible.

  • Explain two ways of communicating effectively with a diverse workforce with varying cultural expressions of emotions. 
  • Speak slowly and clearly.

The problem is that the voice interferes with contact too quickly or too slowly. When they talk too quickly, they literally “blow up” the audience. They can’t mentally keep up with they and he will stop trying soon. A tiny part of their message is not going to get to most people (Altındağ & Kösedağı, 2015).

  • Use short and simple sentences.

In conversation, sometimes less is better. Pay attention to the significance of the structure of a sentence: short sentences, simple sentences or twisted phrases can lead to stress, rush or urgency.

  1. Describe two methods you can use to collect data from team members to improve the workplace culture.

The various information collection methods were established by the following methods of data collection:

  • Observation is one of the ways in which data are obtained that helps scientists to examine work objects. This is useful for saving time and money.
  • The surveys shape a new and effective way of collecting data, which allows researchers to acquire relevant and reliable information about the particular subjects in the sample, as do the responses to expectations and attitudes.

  • Discuss the three phases of Lewin’s change management model and how you might use this model to implement organisational transformation. 

Kurt Lewin described change as a three-stage unfreezing, change and freezing process. Lewin emphasises that transformation is not a single-step series but a step that flows from one to the next.

  • The first move is to overcome inertia and smash the present ‘mental kit,’ which means overcoming people’s first defence mechanisms to resist changes.
  • In the second step, the real change takes place. This is typically a time of confusion and transition because people don’t know what’s going to happen and what’s coming.
  • The new way of thinking of the transition becomes usual in the third stage (freezing). The levels of comfort of individuals come back to normal (Barraket, et. al., 2015).

Corporate change frequently causes employees anxiety and concern. Shift is just as human as a technology initiative. Managers ought to communicate the reasons for this shift and the mechanism required to change an organisational change. It should have clear goals and strategic implications. Adequate preparation and training are required for employees to understand and respond to workforce changes. Monitoring improvements in the business is one of the most crucial steps in successfully managing the transition. Quantitative approaches may be used to measure and analyse performance.

  • Discuss Kotter’s 8 step process for successful organisational change.

Kotter has established the Eight Steps to Change model, which is generally most widely used to deal with change in the organisation. Kotter concluded in his remarks that the organisations most involved in implementing reforms followed the following number of eight steps-

  • Emergency increases: administrators need to motivate people to fly, accomplish targets and accomplish changes. It is necessary to want improvement.
  • Creation of the Leading Group: the company needs to have the best people as leaders with the best commitment and knowledge and the right mix of ability and values.
  • Get the vision right: managers need to get the vision from their team and prepare to focus on the creative and emotional aspects needed to enhance service and performance.
  • Buy in: managers have to communicate with as many people as possible, relate and respond to people’s needs. Furthermore, technological experiences should be omitted and simplified and made more productive than intimidating for staff (Arnold & Boggs, 2019).
  • Empowerment: This move removes, where possible, obstacles, provides constructive input and seeks leaders’ support all inspired by results and achievements.
  • Creating short-term winnings: managers need to set goals quickly. The number of projects must be tracked and the current stages completed concurrently before new ones start.
  • Do not let it go: managers must promote and facilitate continuous progress monitoring, commitment and determination. This may and hopefully be focused on.
  • Shift Bar: By attracting, promoting and cultivating new leaders, this step increases the significance of significant changing. In this process, the organisation should adapt an important part of culture in such a way that it is not considered alien.

Assessment task 2

  • Write a partnership briefing report.

College Strategic Plan

Mission Statement

King Edward VII College offers high-quality training that helps students to compete worldwide and contribute to the economic growth of today. They promote a diverse culture of education and cultural learning that fosters the success of students in pursuit of academic excellence.

Vision Statement

King Edward VII College offers excellent educational possibilities to meet the needs of the community and allows students to respond to economic, social or environmental challenges in shaping the future world.

Value

Students focus

Build an educational and cultural environment to meet the needs of students and the community to achieve a variety of goals for their students.

Excerpt 

Maintain high integrity and performance in achieving academic and professional goals.

Take collective action

Check all school and community sectors for details

Objective

  • Enhance student skills
  • Enhance team work
  • Enhance student learning
Strategic objective

Focus Area One: Academic Excellence 

Institutional Goal 1.1: The King Edward VII University will provide high quality education, which leads to successful graduations, qualifications, employment and transfers in recognised and emerging fields.

Institutional Goal 1.2: With the high quality professional development and continuous student production assessments and thoughtful selection and implementation of technical support, the King Edward VII College will facilitate teaching and learning.

Focus Area Two: Student Support and Success 

Institutional Goal 2.1: By retaining student registration, King Edward VII College will ensure the long-term stability of the university.

Institutional Goal 2.2: The King Edward VII University will reinforce the students ‘ learning needs with programmes and services.

Institutional Goal 2.3:  King Edward VII College will allow students to persist and achieve their objectives of transfer, degree, and credential in their supportive college environments.

Strategic Planning Consultation

A strategic strategy advisor allows businesses to identify and develop potential organisational plans in order to achieve their long-term objectives. This strategy may be affected by researching the market trends and future developments. Experienced specialist strategy and execution consultants are trategic strategy consultants. They are particularly strong at producer and distributor strategies and dynamic supply chains worldwide. They will create an integrated, detailed strategic strategy, which will provide transparency and agreement for all players (customers , employees, contracted workers and sellers), in partnership with a leadership staff.

Partnership briefing report

A joint venture for technical product analysis was formed as Growth Management Consultants Company and the Partnership Programme, the King Edward VII. Both parties have agreed and formed the partnership agreement covering all the relevant issues covered in this joint venture. It includes:

PARTNERSHIP Briefing Report

PARTNERSHIP Briefing Report

Partnership agreement made on _18  September 2020 between Grow Management Consultants and Registered Training Organization. 

RECITALS

  • Partners want to unite to achieve the company’s mutual goals.
  • The different forums of joint business ventures must be considered by the partners.
  • Additionally, the partner wishes to conclude the Partnership Agreement which is the most mutually beneficial company.

Furthermore, there are also several things where the business concentrates:

  • NAME, PURPOSE, AND DOMICILE
  • DURATION OF AGREEMENT
  • CLASSIFICATION AND PERFORMANCE BY PARTNERS
  • CONTRIBUTION
  • BUSINESS EXPENSES
  • AUTHORITY
  • SEPARATE DEBTS
  • BOOKS AND RECORDS
  • ACCOUNTING
  • DIVISION OF PROFITS AND LOSSES
  • ADVANCE DRAWS
  • SALARY
  • RETIREMENT
  • RIGHTS OF CONTINUING PARTNERS
  • DEATH OF PARTNER
  • EMPLOYEE MANAGEMENT
  • RELEASE OF DEBTS
  • COVENANT AGAINST REVEALING TRADE SECRETS
  • ADDITIONAL CONTRIBUTIONS
  • ARBITRATION
  • ADDITIONS, ALTERATIONS, OR MODIFICATIONS

[Signatures]

Activity or serviceProviderValue
Business expert attends a class at the CollegeGMC$200
GMC employee attends a course at CollegeCollege$600
Student practicum placement in a business GMC$100

Find out: it is important to organisations for the benefit of their business results to think about and understand the essence of a partnership. It is important for a relationship of this nature to be built that the authority is well known and consistent and supportive, which leads others to their role and mission. The partners need it in order to establish a stronger relationship.

The following elements characterise trust, relationship management, direct communication, culture and successful consultancy. These aspects and elements are useful to establish efficient communication and relationships that have driven them to adopt these aspects of an organisation ‘s work.

For direct workers in the communications process, the communication aspect is essential. The organisation may also consider the priorities and processes of the corporation. There are many avenues of contact that help to exchange valuable information with workers. These communication mechanisms are related to formal, informal communications, informal, digital and face-to – face communication and written communication that are helpful in providing the company with relevant business information (Innes & Booher, 2018).

  1. Send an email to Senior Management of both organisations (your assessor).
To,

CC

BCC

Subject- Partnership Briefing Report

Hello sir,

This mail is to inform you that the briefing report of partnership of our both organization has been attached in which the information about the college strategic plan, consultation business plan are also discussed.  The briefing report provide information about the same and also helps to understand about expected outcomes from the partnership, collaboration terms.

Kindly Request you to review it and provide feedback about the same.

Regards,

XYZ

  • Meet with the Senior Management of both organisations.

XYZ- Hello sir….Good Morning..!!

Senior manager 1- Hello everyone…!! 

Senior manager 2- Hello Everyone Good Morning….!!!

XYZ- Thank you all, here we are collect for meet and discussed about partnership. 

Senior manager 1- Yes.. 

Senior manager 2- Yes… Start the meet.

XYZ- Here, I am represent our partnership briefing report in which we will discuss about mission, purpose, values, objectives and strategies of our organization. You can also check with the report which is on table.

Our mission, values and vision of the organization is like this.

If you have any problem on the same kindly guide us.

Senior manager 1- As per me, it is perfect Good job..!!

Senior manager 2- I want some changes in objectives. Kindly update with the same.

XYZ- Sure sir, I will do the same.

Senior managers 2- Remaining all things are perfect

XYZ- thank you sir…Nice meeting with you….

Senior manager 1- Good job….nice meet

Senior manager 2- Same here…

  • Revise the Partnership Briefing report.

College Strategic Plan

Mission Statement

King Edward VII College offers high-quality training that helps students to compete worldwide and contribute to the economic growth of today. They promote a diverse culture of education and cultural learning that fosters the success of students in pursuit of academic excellence.

Vision Statement

King Edward VII College offers excellent educational possibilities to meet the needs of the community and allows students to respond to economic, social or environmental challenges in shaping the future world.

Value

Students focus

Build an educational and cultural environment to meet the needs of students and the community to achieve a variety of goals for their students (Hughes, et. al., 2018).

Excerpt 

Maintain high integrity and performance in achieving academic and professional goals.

Take collective action

Check all school and community sectors for details

Objective

  • The goal of the university is to maintain reason, science and conceptual accountability and to preserve pure public opinion research.
  • In each of these three groups, the objectives can also be affected in order that students can learn at new levels.
  • The aim is to develop a new (cognitive) knowledge through the creation of (efficient) emotions and feelings and improvement of physical and manual ability.
Strategic objective

Focus Area One: Academic Excellence 

Institutional Goal 1.1: The King Edward VII University will provide high quality education, which leads to successful graduations, qualifications, employment and transfers in recognised and emerging fields.

Institutional Goal 1.2: With the high quality professional development and continuous student production assessments and thoughtful selection and implementation of technical support, the King Edward VII College will facilitate teaching and learning.

Focus Area Two: Student Support and Success 

Institutional Goal 2.1: By retaining student registration, King Edward VII College will ensure the long-term stability of the university.

Institutional Goal 2.2: The King Edward VII University will reinforce the students ‘ learning needs with programmes and services.

Institutional Goal 2.3:  King Edward VII College will allow students to persist and achieve their objectives of transfer, degree, and credential in their supportive college environments.

Strategic Planning Consultation

A strategic strategy advisor allows businesses to identify and develop potential organisational plans in order to achieve their long-term objectives. This strategy may be affected by researching the market trends and future developments. Experienced specialist strategy and execution consultants are strategic strategy consultants (Emmett & Crocker, 2016). They are particularly strong at producer and distributor strategies and dynamic supply chains worldwide. They will create an integrated, detailed strategic strategy, which will provide transparency and agreement for all players (customers , employees, contracted workers and sellers), in partnership with a leadership staff.

Partnership briefing report

A joint venture for technical product analysis was formed as Growth Management Consultants Company and the Partnership Programme, the King Edward VII. Both parties have agreed and formed the partnership agreement covering all the relevant issues covered in this joint venture. It includes:

PARTNERSHIP Briefing Report

PARTNERSHIP Briefing Report

Partnership agreement made on _18  September 2020 between Grow Management Consultants and Registered Training Organization. 

RECITALS

  • Partners want to unite to achieve the company’s mutual goals.
  • The different forums of joint business ventures must be considered by the partners.
  • Additionally, the partner wishes to conclude the Partnership Agreement which is the most mutually beneficial company.

Furthermore, there are also several things where the business concentrates:

  • NAME, PURPOSE, AND DOMICILE
  • DURATION OF AGREEMENT
  • CLASSIFICATION AND PERFORMANCE BY PARTNERS
  • CONTRIBUTION
  • BUSINESS EXPENSES
  • AUTHORITY
  • SEPARATE DEBTS
  • BOOKS AND RECORDS
  • ACCOUNTING
  • DIVISION OF PROFITS AND LOSSES
  • ADVANCE DRAWS
  • SALARY
  • RETIREMENT
  • RIGHTS OF CONTINUING PARTNERS
  • DEATH OF PARTNER
  • EMPLOYEE MANAGEMENT
  • RELEASE OF DEBTS
  • COVENANT AGAINST REVEALING TRADE SECRETS
  • ADDITIONAL CONTRIBUTIONS
  • ARBITRATION
  • ADDITIONS, ALTERATIONS, OR MODIFICATIONS

[Signatures]

Activity or serviceProviderValue
Business expert attends a class at the CollegeGMC$200
GMC employee attends a course at CollegeCollege$600
Student practicum placement in a business GMC$100

Find out: it is important to organisations for the benefit of their business results to think about and understand the essence of a partnership. It is important for a relationship of this nature to be built that the authority is well known and consistent and supportive, which leads others to their role and mission. The partners need it in order to establish a stronger relationship.

The following elements characterise trust, relationship management, direct communication, culture and successful consultancy. These aspects and elements are useful to establish efficient communication and relationships that have driven them to adopt these aspects of an organisation ‘s work (Dalton, 2016).

For direct workers in the communications process, the communication aspect is essential. The organisation may also consider the priorities and processes of the corporation. There are many avenues of contact that help to exchange valuable information with workers. These communication mechanisms are related to formal, informal communications, informal, digital and face-to – face communication and written communication that are helpful in providing the company with relevant business information.

  • Send an email to Senior Management of both organisations (your assessor).
To,

CC

BCC

Subject- Update Partnership Briefing Report

Hello sir,

This mail is to inform you that the partnership briefing report of our two companies has also been accompanied by the details of the college strategic plan. The briefing report contains detail and also helps to explain the partnership’s anticipated performance and working conditions.

Kindly Request you to review it and provide feedback about the same.

Regards,

XYZ

Assessment task 3- Implement communication and collaboration program

  1. Develop a partnership program.

Grow Management Consultants and King Edward VII College

Partnership program

Introduction

 The external environment of the company that will impact on the partnership program are as follows-

  • Social environment– The social environment is consisting of the customer, supplier, investors, and the clients. As these are the social lives that has been associated with the business that has been required to satisfied. Hence, to sustain in the market for long time the social market of the company needs to satisfied.
  • Political development-The political development is consisting of the legislation and regulation that has been requitted to followed in the administration process. The political involvement in the plan somehow important for implementing necessary policies and procedure for working in an ethical way and satisfying the political partners.
  • Economic development-The economic development is essential for an organization, so for the partnership firm they need to establish certain financial policies and procedure and the institution that they will urge for granting loan assessment to meet the emergent of the funds flow within the business. The certain financial alternative should be managed to meet the crisis condition.
  • Technological development– The technological development is the essential item that has been required to implement by analysing the running technologies in the market that suits the partnership firm technological requirement. The company adhered the technology that helpful in performing steady and smooth functioning as well as meeting the global need and reporting standard progressively.

Policies and Procedures

The policies and procedure that has been associated to the partnership firm will be-

  • Recruitment, selection and induction policies and procedure-

With prior to existing recruitment, selection and induction policies and procedure that has been illustrated in the document will be implemented in the partnership firm also. The recruitment process includes- disclosure of applicant requirement, design the position, skill and number of person requirement; initiate advertisement in both external and internal organziation, shortlisting the applicant out of the proposed candidate, interview and taking test of the candidate wherever required and then select the person for the position with the estimation. The induction has been followed processing all the document and inform the candidate for it. Before the 2 days prior of the probation period the suggestion and feedback session hold and acknowledge the candidate performance. It they delivered satisfactory performance during the probation period, then they are positioned to their place and otherwise the termination process will be held for the candidate.

  • Sustainability Policy and Procedures

The sustainable policy and procedure have been used for establishing the sustainability in the uses of the electricity, waste, water and the stationaries. So, the following procedure has been guided under each section for use and also regulate pros and cons. The policy include self-sufficiency, using best practices, sharing responsibility, engagement and participation, openness and transparency and innovation & creativity. Hence, this will help the partnership firm to appraise their value and standard in the sustainability qualities.

  • Information Policy and Procedures

Under this policy and procedure, the information flow has been explained with the basic format, writing style and general guidelines for transferring and forming document as the means of information. Hence this will help the partnership firm to develop the better information flow in the organziation as well as demonstrate better formal information format flow.

  • Performance Appraisal Policy and Procedures

The purpose of the performance appraisal policies and procedure that follows the fairness, merit and enhancement within the working. Regular meeting, team building and performance evaluation for improving the performance successful. Hence, this policies and procedure help in motivating and enhancing the job qualities and skills for effective appraising in the partnership firm.

Partnership processes

The four process and technique will be-

  • Delegating the responsibilities and authority within the staff and clarify the superior and subordinate relationship.
  • Execute effective code and conduct that implement ethical working and support for better execution of the task and eliminate the problem and conflict.
  • Sharing responsibility and emplacing more on team working and coordinate working that initiate social learning and enhance collaboration.
  • Development of the better flow of communication that reduce the chance of the misunderstanding between firm and get them along with the organization goals and objective.

Performance standards

The performance standard will be-

  • Transparency and openness in between both firm in relation with the task and progress 
  • Evaluating the performance with the key performance indicator 
  • The enhancement of the skills of an employee will led to processed great performance. Establishing the benchmark, code and conduct and legislative regulation for effective standards.

Reporting systems

The partnership outcomes should be measured and report through the collaborative annual report, weekly recording of the performance, performance standard measurement and through feedback allocation the reporting system will be enabled for taking effective measure and eliminating unnecessary problems.

Feedback

The formal and informal feedback and implementing WHMS policies and procedure the health prospectus will be taken into consideration. Through the feedback process the problem will be evaluated.

Action Plan

Allocate work activities fairly, with clear, quantifiable performance standards for each. 

Each activity should be cost effective.

ActionResourcesResponsiblePerformance standards
Increase in sales Sales target document Sales manager Sales increase by 10%
Training for staff enhancement Staff performance documents Human resource manager Regularise training for 2 hours daily 

  1. Develop Conflict Resolution Policy and Procedures.

Grow Management Consultants and King Edward VII College

Conflict Resolution Policy and Procedures

Introduction

The conflict resolution policy and procedure has been established for the management of the conflict between members and the group of people working together. The form of agreement has been signed to meet the conflict between the partnership firm conflict.

Purpose

The purpose of the document is to implement the conflict management within the organization. The conflict resolution policies and procedure help in steady resolution and grievance management.

Scope

The scope is to resolve the conflict within the early stage and analyse the conflict and the problem associated to It as soon as possible.

To resolve the staff problem and sustain the organziation discipline and meet the interest of the conflict group to resolve the dispute between labour or within the management.

Principles

Fostering relationship and employee engagement effectively to resolve the conflict 

Managing the social group and culture diversity and eliminate the cause of the conflict through formal and informal discussion.

Responsibilities

It is the responsibility of Managers and Supervisors to ensure that:

It is the responsibility of Employees to ensure that:

It is the responsibility of the Human Resources Department to ensure that:

Procedures

Dispute management practices helps in managing the disputes through healthy discussion, managing the operation, effective communication and team building 

Grievances and conflict resolution can be done through effective listening, effective research and development, forming equal and fair judgment between two parties.

  1. Develop a partnership agreement 

Grow Management Consultants and King Edward VII College

Partnership Agreement

Introduction

Grow Management Consultants is a consultancy company specialising in leadership development services and King Edward VII College offers a range of courses in management, marketing, human resources and international business. Both organisations have decided to enter into a partnership at the level of academic and infrastructure exchange. 

Parties

This Memorandum of Understanding covers the partnership between Grow Management Consultants and King Edward VII College.

Scope

This Memorandum of Understanding covers the management and staff of both organisations and the students of the College.

Legislation and regulations: 

At least two pieces of legislation that are relevant for both organisations.

Partnership Act (1963) 

Corporations Act (2001),

That has been documented in the contract while signing it with the relevant term and condition.

Additionally, the following acts, referred to in the College Staff Code of Conduct, apply to both organisations entering into this partnership:

Privacy Act 1988

Copyright Act 1968

Freedom of Information Act 1982

Work Health and Safety Act 2011

Disability Discrimination Act 1992

Relevant clauses of legislated RTO standards

The partnership supports the College’s compliance with the Standards for RTOs 2015:

Industry relevance

The RTO assessment has been using for managing training and setting standard for the staff training. For maintaining the staff skill level and the enhancement of the staff, the corporate governance for establishing the employee and employer relation. 

Relevant WHS regulations for the state or territory you live in.

The world health and safety regulation are essential for managing the healthy working environment in the organziation as well as enabling the WHS system within state and territory. The different territory has WHS embedment for effective health and safety measures.

College Staff Code of Conduct

This Code of Conduct covers the way that the College’s staff interact with customers, the public and each other. There is no aspect of this code that would need to be altered as a consequence of the partnership. Grow Management Consultants could consider adopting this code for their management and staff, too.

Goals and objectives

There are a number of mutually-beneficial partnership goals and objectives.

  • Managing cost and the progress of both the college that are partnering within the management.
  • Regularise the staff performance and management policies and procedure of both the organization.
  • To maintain the training and organizational need for the staff and access for improvement and enhancement program.
  • Analysing the employee performance and key measure for effective execution.

Roles and responsibilities

General Manager of Grow Management Consultants is responsible for managing the partnership development.

The Human Resources departments of both organisations would be responsible for creating and maintaining schedules for student practicums and industry experts’ participation in classes.

They would also keep records of GMC staff taking courses at the College.

Meetings

Working groups should meet monthly for the first year, and quarterly after that. 

These groups should include employees of both organisations. Working groups should be set up for, as a minimum:

Management

Human Resources

Administration

Trainers

An annual meeting of all management and staff from both organisations should be held.

Reporting.

All employees of both organisations are to fill out a questionnaire annually, that asks for their experience with the partnership over the previous year.

The employee and student are required to gain feedback on their time attending their course when they have completed their studies.

Human Resources will collate all response and send these to the General Manager of Grow Management Consultants, who will write an annual report on the partnership, which will be available to all staff.

Confidentiality

Each organisation’s confidentiality agreements with their customers should be respected in their entirety by the management and staff of the other organisation.

The standards set out in the Privacy Act 1988 will be adhered to by both organisations.

Dispute resolution

As set out in the Conflict Resolution Policy and Procedures.

Variations 

The parties may agree to vary any of the requirements of this MOU. Such agreement must be in writing and signed by both parties.

Evaluation

An annual review and assessment of the partnership should be conducted to establish its ongoing benefit to both organisations.

The report should be submitted to the Management working group for approval then to all staff.

Signatures


Signed for Grow Management Consultants by its authorised representative in the presence of:
Signature of witnessSignature of authorised representative
Name of witnessName of authorised representative
DATE:Title of authorised representative

Signed for King Edward VII College by its authorised representative in the presence of:

Signature of witnessSignature of authorised representative
Name of witnessName of authorised representative
DATE:Title of authorised representative

  1. Send an email to all staff

To –xyz@gmail.com

Subject- presenting document based on partnership agreement, partnership program and conflict resolution plan 

Greeting for the day 

This mail has been sent to all the staff for informing about the document that is associated with the partnership agreement and program that include-legislation, standard, purpose, goal and the integration in between the two organziation. The conflict resolution that has been planned to resolve the problem and grievances appeared within the organziation. 

So, all the document has been sent via attachment, please review and give your feedback on it.

Thank you 

  1. Meet with staff

Good morning all the staff the meeting has been conduct to describe the document that has been sent to all the staff via email.

Staff- yes sir we have read all the document and analyse the outcomes

In the three document two are based on partnership program and partnership agreement that is based on certain policies and procedure, the action plan and assessment for managing the partnership in between firm. Certain legislation and standard have been explained in the document with the goals and objective of the firms.

Staff- in the conflict document??

Conflict document has been prepared for informing about the grievance handling and dispute management within the two firm. All the employee shares your view on it and give suggestion for betterment.

Staff- sir all the think is effectively executed in the three documents, required to include one more action plan relate to marketing and advertisement.

Staff- all the legislation procedure and legal requirement is fulfilled in all the document. Hence, partnership program and agreement has been supporting both firm in their working.

So, all the staff should follow the collaborative work environment, induce to learn more skills to meet the competency. The management has been expecting high standard for establishing better performance and market standard.

Staff- Okk sir 

Thank you all for giving you precious time I hope all are encourage to give their best

  1. Revise the partnership program.
ActionResourcesResponsiblePerformance standards
Marketing and advertisement Source of advertisement Marketing manager Partnership establishment 

The feedback has been executing in the action plan.

  1. Send an email to all staff

To – xyz@gmail.com

Subject- revise partnership program document

Greeting for the day 

This mail has been sent to all the staff to update them about the revision in the partnership program in the action plan section as the marketing and advertisement has been included for establishing the partnership market and encouraging more admission and facilitation. So please review and give your suggestion on it.

Thank you 

  1. Write a media release.

The media release report for LinkedIn and for other press 

 The grow management and king Edward has been collaborating together holding each other hand as the joint venture purpose. The benefit of this partnership is sharing of both qualities and technique of delivering education and enhancing the facilitation and the faculty as well as skill of the student as per the RTO standard. The partnership resultant in innovation and new course designing, delivering support and effectiveness in building the student future. As both companies are now working together the online portal has been open as the common for both firm. So those are interested in gaining effective education and skills as per the RTO standard and felicitation then the services are open for 7:00 am to 4:00 pm. Any time you will call and enquire here the mail id is grow&king7896@gmail.com; mobile number- 896447810. So, call on that satisfied your question.

  1. Send an email to the local media

To – xyz@gmail.com

Subject- press release document 

Greeting for the day 

 This mail has been sent to the local press for the informing about the press release that has been organised for both the organization status and working collaboration information. The press information has been designed that is required to present in the half page written document that has been sent through this mail. So please look into it and place the media release in the authorised media that is newspaper, podcast and the local sites so that more and more student get aware of the venture.

Thank you 

Assessment 4 – Reporting partnership progress

  • Write a Partnership Implementation Report

Grow Management Consultants and King Edward VII College

Partnership implementation report

Partnership objectives

The partnership objective is to facilitate innovation, new course introduction, increase selling and the advancement in the training and work practices within the both companies’ collaboration.

Intended outcomes

Achieved the successful staff collaborative working 

Implementing the desired standard and steadiness in working 

Encouraging more student enrolment and practicing with best assessment model and technique 

Feedback results

As per the feedback result most of the student and faculty member are satisfied with the partnership and seeing the benefit of it. The feedback result also sustains the firm value in the student view point and also disclose that they want certain information precisely before enrolling in the next year. That is MBA relate course information, some asking suggestion is valid some are not invalid to execute. The student and employee are not facing any problem in processing their aims and motive with the firm.

Evaluation

The partnership is processing efficiently and effective as compare to the original objective

  • Send an email to both companies’ Senior Management Teams

To- xyz@gmail.com  

      Subject- Partnership implementation report

Greeting for the day 

The mail has been sent to both companies to provide review about the partnership progression after releasing it openly. The student and employee are satisfied with the working and the effective planning of the organziation toward meeting the goals. The problem is rarely faced in the execution process and the line of business has the mentoring process has been successfully executing. So, the document has been sent via attachment. So please look forward to it 

Thank you 

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