Avado 5CO01 Task Two Presentation pack


The CEO has also asked you to prepare a presentation to the managers prior to their formal Strategic Management Planning meeting to position them for their meeting. The focus is to give theoretical understanding of organisational culture and workplace behaviour and how people practices should support the achievement of business goals and objectives. The presentation pack needs to include presentation slides and supporting notes.

The presentation must include:

an explanation of the principles of different approaches, theories and models of organisational and human behaviour that illustrate the factors that can influence how individuals, groups and teams contribute to organisational success.  (AC 2.1)

an identification of the main drivers of change in organisations, and using at least two established models, an explanation of how people might experience change (AC 2.2)

an explanation of the steps that can be taken to increase diversity and inclusion in your work, and the implications for a positive and inclusive culture of not taking these steps (AC 2.3)

using examples from your experience and current good practice concepts, an explanation of the positive and negative ways in which people practices can affect organisational culture and behaviours. (AC 2.4)

an assessment of the importance of wellbeing in the workplace and identification of the different factors affecting wellbeing that can impact physically and psychologically and upon relationships, affecting health, commitment and performance. (AC 2.5)

a critical evaluation of your experience of work and how this illustrates and supports the concept and principles of employee lifecycle (AC 3.1)

explains both the strategic and operational links and support between people practice and other organisational functions. (AC 3.2)

explores the principles of different approaches for engaging with internal customers to establish their needs (AC 3.4)

explains the key components of project planning strategies that can be used for ensuring projects are delivered in line with customer requirements. (AC 3.5)

It is essential that you refer to academic concepts, theories and professional practice for the tasks to ensure that your work is supported by analysis. Please ensure that any references and sources drawn upon are acknowledged correctly and supported by a bibliography.


Slide 1

You are welcomed to this presentation.

Prior attending to a formal strategic management planning meeting, part of positioning would entail gaining understanding of organisation culture and workplace behaviours. People practices are critical to support organisation goals, set objectives noticeable.

Slide 2

As noted by CIPD (2021), improvement of work practices and working lives make sure change is successful in an organisation culture and their behaviours. The outcome of this is improving motivation, learning strategies, active communication and values increase in an organisation.

At your strategic management meeting, please note that in your position of senior management, you need to appreciate on the best strategy for achievement of organisation culture and relevant workplace behaviours.

Slide 3

iEduNote (2019) define organisation behaviours as inclusive of organisation setting, interface of human behaviours and an entity which link human behaviours and an organisation practice. In line with CIPD HR Map 2018, both organisation and human behaviours represent core knowledge as a culture and behaviours (CIPD, 2020). An appreciation and influencing an entity and human behaviours is critical to develop appropriate culture and work environment.

Human Behaviour Theory– These are most popular theories. Its core assumption is that people are conditioned to work in a particular way. For instance, Belbin and Tuckman Theory of team roles is applicable. For the people professionals, human behaviours understanding is critical.

Motivation Theories– These theory inform that to achieve a particular goal or expectations, employees must be appropriately motivated. This include a theory such as Maslow and Hertzberg which evidence the higher the productivity, the more profits are incurred.

Organisational Behaviour Theory– This is intended to evaluate the scope of people executing their roles in a particular way in distinct professional organisations. These are complex and include classical leadership and systems.

Slide 4

Human Behaviour Theory (Tuckman Theory)

Individuals- To a person, there is a possibility for tracking overall process from starting to conclusion. This is through being engaged as a leader in their operations. For instance, I was engaged in establishing a remote working system in my organisation after COVID-19 pandemic emerged. In my position, I used Tuckman to lead the entire team.

Groups- As a leader, structuring and direction of overall strategy was well noted and setting appropriately guiding the relevant stakeholders interests. For instance, during change which entailed integrating a flexible working system, the different groups were essential for ensuring mitigation of negative problems or frustrations in their set goals, role and progression.

Teams- A relevant strategy is established for organisation culture and set behaviours and noted to be self-centred and requiring limited progress. For instance, working as a team, I was in a position of performing maximum with a highly performing team set.

Motivational Theories (Maslow Theory)

Individuals– In line with the Maslow findings, various people are impacted. Individuals achieve self-actualisation, high-level esteem, socially, safety and psychologic. In my current organisation which operate in healthcare sector, through self-actualisation, facilitation of business in achieving high-level excellence with profitability attained.

Groups– For a group setting, this is applied to establish level of effective motivation and making sure needs are achieved. In a group setting, various members leverage on different needs through adoption of this theory hierarchically leads to entire needs achievement.

Teams–  In a team, managers and the rest of team professionals work collaboratively to achieve entire organisation objectives. For instance, grouping teams in various categories inform  fulfilment of their needs.

Organisational Behaviour Theory (Classic Leadership/system)

Individuals- People leverage on commanding entire individuals in their practice. They ensure embracing autocratic model for ensuring they are executing their functions with success.

Groups- Groups ensure success in performing their roles through a guidance by management. By embrace of relevant group hierarchical, entire roles are appropriately set and good management.

Teams– Teams achieve an optimum performance. A case example considered is XXX organisation implementation of remote working through their practice with rewards for the teams and as such good behaviours and process success.

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