Manager Induction Standards
The Manager Induction Standards (MIS) set out what a manager needs to know and understand to perform well in their role. They're a versatile tool for:
- new managers - those new to management and those new in post who have previously managed other care services.
- existing managers - to use as a benchmark of their own practice and potential learning and development needs, especially if their role has changed over the years.
- aspiring managers - to plan an appropriate development programme, increase their understanding of the expectations of a manager role and increase their potential of securing management positions in the future.
- Leadership and management
- Governance and regulatory processes
- Relationships and partnership working
- Person-centred practice for positive outcomes
- Professional development, supervision and performance management
- Safeguarding, protection and risk
- Manage self
- Decision making
- Entrepreneurial skills and innovation
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The 11 standards of the MIS are consistent with the 11 units within the Level 4 Certificate in Principles of Leadership and Management in Adult Care and the Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management for Adult Care.
Resources to support the MIS
The MIS can be used in all care settings and are a measure of good practice. To help ensure managers are competent in the MIS we've developed a some resources to support their development.
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